A remarkable on site museum. An old burial mound that was not considered important turned out to have Alexander the Great's father's tomb as well as his son's. After the discovery the mound was artificially recreated and the area beneath made into a museum that displayed all the finds. You can see the actual facade of the two important tombs.
We took two buses from Thessaloniki to get there and it was easy. I could not believe that such a great site, well prepared and containing such wonderful treasures was so badly advertized and treated so insignificantly by the Greek authorities considering that it is a World Heritage Site
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