By yabeth lagisso
The capital of Greece
Athens was the largest city in Greece, and controlled a region called Attica. Between the many mountains were fertile valleys, with many farms. Athens became rich because Attica also had valuable sources of silver, lead and marble. Athens also had the biggest navy in Greece.
The 4 major cities of Greece
Thessaloniki is the second town in Greece by population, after Athens. Its a very different city from Athens.
Piraseus is Greece's third largest urban area and the regional capital of Western Greece, in northern Peloponnese
Kalamaria is a Suburb of Thessaloniki in Thessaloniki in the Macedonia Region of Greece.
Larissa is the capital and largest city of the Thessaly region of Greece and capital of the Larissa regional unit.
-Greece has more archaeological museums than any other country in the world.
People can also go to the temple of Hephaestus because the Temple of Hephaestus is nevertheless one of the best Greek temples left in existence. Also people can go there to learn more about the history of Greece. And can go there to see the Delphi it is the Second to the Acropolis in Athens, Delphi is Greece’s most popular archaeological site.
Greece is located at the southeast end of Europe and it is the southernmost country of the Balkan Peninsula.
The Parthenon in Athens is the most famous surviving building of Ancient Greece and one of the most famous buildings in the world.
Greece is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe.
The highest mountain in Greece is Mount Olympus, it has over 50 peaks with the highest reaching 2917 metres (9570 feet)
The total population of Greece is 11,304,000.
The capital of Greece is Athens which has a population of 655,780 people
Athens is one of the oldest cities in Europe. The first Greek inhabitants first lived there over 7000 years ago.
The Olympic Games, which originated in ancient Greece as many as 3,000 years ago, were revived in the late 19th century and have become the world’s preeminent sporting competition. From the 8th century B.C. to the 4th century A.D., the Games were held every four years in Olympia, located in the western Peloponnese peninsula, in honor of the god Zeus.
Meteora is an area in Thessaly (Central Greece) and Kalampaka is the city under the rock towers of Meteora. The thing that makes Meteora so special is the monasteries on the top of the rock towers.
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