Vravrona Archaeological Site
Vravrona Archaeological Site. Παραγωγή. Drone as Εγγραφείτε και πατήστε το καμπανάκι για να βλέπετε ένα νέο βίντεο. Μουσική
. Adam Panagopoulos. Waltz Into The Woods. Vravrona is an important archaeological site of Attica, known for the temple of Artemis
, which has given its name to the modern municipality of eastern Attica
, but also to the seaside neighboring settlement
of Loutsa (today's name Artemida). It was built on a bay on the shores of the South Evian Gulf, near the current settlement of Loutsa. First inhabited
since the Neolithic era. At the time of Theseus (copper age) Vravrona was one of the 20 municipalities that united and formed the later Athenian state. Gradually Vravrona became
a place of worship of Artemis and a temple dedicated to it was built.