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Thermopylae wheelchair accessible tours is a Greek place where in ancient times there was a narrow coastal passage.

The name roughly means “hot doors” and derives from the presence of numerous natural hot springs.

It is best known for the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC, in which a small Greek force commanded by the king of Sparta Leonidas I and composed of various contingents, among which the Spartan chosen soldiers stood out, slowed the advance of the Persian army commanded by Xerxes I at the cost of almost complete destruction.

Since then the term “thermopylae” has been used to indicate a tragic and heroic resistance against a much more powerful enemy.

Now a new main road divides the pass, and the modern Leonidas monument is east of it.

The road crosses the hill where the epitaph of Simonides is engraved in the stone.

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Today it is impossible to say with certainty that this is the location of the mausoleum of Leonidas, who fell in battle against the Persians in Thermopylae.

However, it is here that the remains of the great king according to the Spartans are found, at least in their spirituality.

For archaeologists and historians, this site is what remains of the Agora.

The square is open, with many benches and cafes around it.

Even if it wasn’t Leonidas’ tomb it would still be a great place to see in Sparta.

The site of the battle now stands a monument to Leonidas and his soldiers, in front of which it is worth stopping at least for a couple of photos.

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