This is where it all started. We are, of course, referring to the most glorious member of the Macedon Dynasty, Alexander the Great, and its birthplace, Pella. An ancient city with its traces and town-planning almost fully salvaged. A visit to the archaeological park allows one to walk its streets and admire the city’s architecture. Very close to the ancient site, the archaeological museum helps visitors get to know the public and private lives of the city’s inhabitants and their culture and civilization.
The counterpart of the Macedonian capital, a location pulsating with life, is Vergina, the necropolis of Macedon kings. A tomb, hosting, between light and shadows, the royal dead and the unique objects of art that accompanied them on their journey to the underworld.
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