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The Macedonian Tombs of Lefkada

| Ancient Mieza, Naousa 59200, Greece
+30 2332 053000
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Two Amazing Tombs among the orchards

Both tombs are protected in enclosed structures and artificially lit for viewing. Because they... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2017
hoosierM
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Martinsville, Indiana
Gob-smackingly impressive tombs

We were able to visit both of the accessible tombs as we were leaving the Naousa area, and they... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2016
Dave P
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Mountain View, California
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| Ancient Mieza, Naousa 59200, Greece
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+30 2332 053000
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Both tombs are protected in enclosed structures and artificially lit for viewing. Because they haven't been exposed to daylight since their modern discovery, the colorful painted surfaces are still bright and vivid although understandably damaged by their years underground. We found them a much more...More

1  Thank hoosierM
Reviewed 30 November 2016

We were able to visit both of the accessible tombs as we were leaving the Naousa area, and they were an unforgettable highlight to our time in the area. The painted colors on the facades, and much of the artwork is amazingly well preserved considering...More

1  Thank Dave P
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Among the Macedonian graves of the area, this is the largest known Macedonian tomb. It is the only Macedonian tomb with a two-floor facade, with alternating Doric and Ionic order. Four Doric semi-columns and two pilasters in the corners support the epistyle and the Doric...More

1  Thank Yiorgos B
Reviewed 24 October 2016

A breathtaking underground ancient macedonian monument, accessible by stairs or elevator. The Macedonian Tomb of Crisis, or better in english, of Judgment. The name comes from the painting show the facade depicting the process of Judgment of the Dead, led by Hermes psychopomp the two...More

1  Thank Yiorgos B
Reviewed 26 September 2016

We could only actually see two of the listed four tombs. The other two are not accessible. The two tombs you can see are really neat. They are underground and cold. They are also some of the largest I've seen yet.

1  Thank DalesM921
Reviewed 23 October 2015

We were thrilled to be able to visit this tomb which is still under restoration. The caretaker at the Gardens of Aristotle arranged it and we were very lucky to get in. The great thing was that whereas at Vergina you can only see the...More

2  Thank Patricia B
Reviewed 8 October 2015

You got three tombs, small, medium and extra large. It is worth visiting, after a day in Edessa (waterfall), Naoussa's multi level beauty and Veria.

1  Thank AKAMUKEKE
Reviewed 28 September 2015

We had to ring the Archiological department to gain access to the tomb of Jugddement as it is still being renovated, but it's worth the effort. Our Hotel owner helped by doing the arranging in Greek!

1  Thank Rita B
Reviewed 10 June 2014

Is necessary if you visit cities like Veria and Naoussa spend the archaeological site of Vergina.Throughout the history of Alexander the great will enliven this beautiful part of Makedonia Greece.

4  Thank thmark
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