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The most characteristic examples of Neolithic settlements in Greece are Dimini. Dispilio. Lerna and Sesklo in mainland Greece, as well as the early layer of Knossos in Crete

Among them stands out two ancient settlements in 8 kilometers from Volos Is Sesklo and Dimini

The city was founded in the XIX century, as a seaport for the export of goods produced on the Thessalian plain. As you know, here is the world’s largest plant for the production of cement. Outside the city, on the outskirts of the excavations of the ancient city of Yolk. About 8 km from Volos excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo. Hair beautiful, modern city of Greece, is a major commercial and tourist center of the country. Its seaport is considered the gateway of Europe to the Middle East. Here are University of Central Greece, and folk art theatres. Hair is not like the other cities of Greece. The streets are only parallel and perpendicular to the sea. It is very easy to navigate. Local authorities pay great attention to the appearance of the city and its purity. Especially changed the look of the city after hosting the summer Olympics 2004 as there were held competitions of water.Built many sports complexes, the Olympic stadium and swimming pool.

During archeological excavations in the vicinity of Volos were discovered in the Neolithic settlements of Sesklo (6th Millennium BC) and Dimini (early 5 th Millennium BC), as well as quite a large settlement of the Mycenaean civilization, Dating from 15-12 centuries BC and an impressive Palace complex, which, as scientists assume, is part of the legendary Yolka, the home of the leader of the Argonauts Jason

About 8 km from the town excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo

About 8 km from Volos excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo

Also on-site Hair were found the remains of ancient settlements: Dimini and Sesklo

Burial gifts from Sesklo and Dimini

The collection is located on the first floor of the Museum in hall 5. The most significant exhibits: findings from the Poliochne, on the island of Lemnos Gold and silver objects from burial mounds randellini from the island of Lefkada Funerary gifts from Sesklo and Dimini Finds from excavations in Attica and Boeotia Orchomene in Trojan gold and bronze objects. Mycenaean culture is represented by objects of the late bronze age, discovered during excavations of burials and settlements at Mycenae, Messenia, Laconia, Attica and other regions. The finds date back to 1600 – 1100 BC The collection is located on the first floor of the Museum in the halls No. 3 and No. 4. The most significant exhibits are the Objects discovered by Schliemann in the graves during the excavations of Mycenae is richly decorated with bronze weapons, ornaments, ceramic vessels and gold funerary mask, belonging, as previously thought, king Agamemnon Artifacts from the excavations of Mycenae, Tiryns and Pylos, including seal stones and wall paintings depicting hunting scenes and processions of chariots, Funerary gifts from kolosovich tombs in the Argolid, Messenia and Laconia – gold jewellery, tableware (in particular the two gold chalices from Vaphio), bronze weapons, clay vessels and figurines artifacts from the tombs of Attica, Thessaly, the Islands of Skopelos and the Kythira – burial gifts made of gold, ceramics, ivory and glass paste .

Here are collected ceramic finds from various important and major Neolithic sites such as Dimini and Sesklo in Central Greece, and also from Boeotia, Attica and Ftioa

Best known fortifications of the IV Millennium in the settlements of Thessaly – Dimini, Sesklo, Ozaki and the other located in the most fertile part of Northern Greece

About 8 km from Volos excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo

Also, about 8 km from Volos excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo

Among the most valuable artifacts of this period is to provide jewelry, household utensils and agricultural tools from the settlements of Dimini and Sesklo (the oldest Neolithic settlements of Europe)

About 8 km from Volos excavated two ancient settlements Dimini and Sesklo

During archeological excavations in the vicinity of Volos were discovered in the Neolithic settlements of Sesklo (6th Millennium BC) and Dimini (early 5 th Millennium BC), as well as quite a large settlement of the Mycenaean civilization, Dating from 15-12 centuries BC and an impressive Palace complex, which, as scientists assume, is part of the legendary Yolka, the home of the leader of the Argonauts Jason

Sesklo Sesklo Ancient monument was discovered in the late 19th century

Further West are the ruins of the Acropolis of the ancient city of Sesklo, which also offers tours

This settlement of Dimini, Sesklo, Argissa-Magula, Lerno, etc.

In Volos you can stay to visit the Archaeological Museum, one of the best in its kind, which presents treasures from two historical sites located nearby, namely Dimini and Sesklo

Neolithic Greece has Anatolian origins and cultures represented Sesklo, NEA Nicomedia and Dimini (southern variant of the winch)

Further West (15 km from city centre) lie the ruins as the ancient town of Sesklo (from Thursday to Sunday from 8.30 to 15.00; € 2), whose Acropolis was inhabited in the period from 7000 to 3000 BC, Bright coloured pottery, which in abundance can be seen in the Archaeological Museum of Volos, is a distinctive feature of this culture

years ago on the territory Peloponnesians in Greek history is the gap in the finds of human rights attributable to the upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic Greece has Anatolian origins and cultures represented Sesklo, NEA Nicomedia and Dimini (southern variant of the winch)

Ancient Iolkos and Dimitriada also belong to this region, and, regardless of time, has preserved the cultural heritage of ancient theatres, settlements of the Neolithic period in the villages of Sesklo and Dimini, a fantastic Byzantine churches, combined the manners and customs of

The most characteristic examples of Neolithic settlements in Greece are Dimini. Dispilio. Lerna and Sesklo in mainland Greece, as well as the early layer of Knossos in Crete

Neolithic Greece has Anatolian origins and cultures represented Sesklo, NEA Nicomedia and Dimini (southern variant of the winch)

Sesklo culture (late 6th – 1st half of 5th Millennium BC) is located to the West of Volos [105], is prevalent mainly in Thessaly (Thessalia), a historical region in the middle part of Greece, near the Aegean coast, the main port – Volos

A bridgehead of colonization of the KKK in Europe was Thessaly (pre-Sesklo ceramics with stanovenou)

Greece around hair: dimini, sesklo and takes farsalon

“The earliest evidence of the emergence of large, densely populated settlements in Europe belong to the end of VI – beginning of V Millennium They opened the Sesklo culture in Thessaly (Central Greece)

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