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Almost 30km from the center of Athens, a trip to Vravrona wheelchair accessible tours is an ideal opportunity to discover a very interesting archaeological site and take an excursion to one of the most beautiful corners of the Attic region.

Set in a harmonious landscape Vravrona strangely sits at the foot of a hill rather than at the top, crowned by a graceful Byzantine chapel dedicated to St George.

The village and site are located in a marshy valley surrounded by agricultural land and a sandy bay of the Aegean Sea.

The Sanctuary of Brauron recalls an ancient pilgrimage to Artemis Brauronia.

The history of this site is fascinating.

According to the legend evoked by Euripides in the tragedy Iphigenia in Tauris, Agamemnon‘s daughter, Iphigenia, fled to Tauris ( today’s Crimea ) to escape the threat of sacrifice by her father and then returned to Brauron with the sacred image of Artemis laying the foundations of the sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia.

The centerpiece of the legend is this mysterious Temple of Artemis, of which only the foundations remain today.

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Touring Vravrona

After the ruins of an early Christian basilica of the VI century, you reach the sacred fountain that fed a stream over which a V century bridge passed of which only the paving remains.

On the right, under the Chapel of St George of XV century, the remains of the Temple of Artemis V century are visible, beyond which we find the Tomb of Iphigenia.

Next to the temple there is a Stoa, which could also be from an older period.

Inscriptions inside the temple report it as the Parthenon of the Bears.

In the vicinity of the Stoa there are the remains of one of the oldest stone buildings that can be seen in the world, and a museum, which exhibits geometric vases, a votive bas-relief depicting seated Zeus, Leto, Apollo and Artemis.

The Archaeological Museum of Vravrona, built in the late 1960s to house the objects found during the excavations of the Sanctuary of Artemis, is less than a kilometer from the archaeological site of Vravrona.

Vravrona, in addition to its archaeological importance, is also known for its wetland that extends from the Sanctuary of Artemis to the maritime area where the Erasinos river flows. In these waters the fauna is very rich.

The Vravrona site and the National Park in Marathon are the only wetlands in Attic.

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