Tselikas Hotel

Address: 5th Km. Kozani-Larissa, Kozani, Macedonia Region, 501 00, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 5th Km. Kozani-Larissa, Kozani.
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Travel Blogs from Kozani

Day 124

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Dec 02, 2014

12 photos

... was the bath houses, there still are rows communal toilets and one area you could sit in the round! Some of the clay pipes were still there and a couple of deep wells. Imagine having public toilets in 4BC! Now very wet we had lunch, then drove to collect the netbook from Vodafone. the only way they had managed to sort out internet was to use a dongle, in which we can place a sim card. Technical support couldn't get a Greek sim card to work directly in the computer. It seemed to work ...

The Great Tumulus

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Nov 04, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... there are no pictures allowed in the museum, so I had to confine myself to photographing views of the exterior of the mound.

My favorite part of the museum, however, is seeing the facades of each tomb as you approach them through the tunnels and stairs. It's so rare to be able to walk under a tumulus like that and be face-to-face with the entrance of each tomb the way that mourners and family members would have been when preparing ...

Land of the Virgin

A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Feb 10, 2014

5 photos

... my neck. There were intricately made gold headpieces that I wish I could have gotten pictures of. The detail is incredible when you think about the fact that they were made with gold. It's also crazy to think about how the concept of gold has changed so much since then. It used to be worn as a head piece or put onto your armor. Even the stone friezes/murals had gold incorporated into them.
Anyways, this is a lot of what the museum had. But there were certain spots where there was ...

Down to the underground graves!

A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... to see the tombs is by going underground. Here we saw the tombs of the ancient king Philip II and Alexander IV who was assassinated at a young age by his uncle. We were all infatuated by this site. In the tumulus you can not take any pictures, so I am not able to share the full experience if what I saw. The tombs were very big and beautiful, and being beside the actual tomb of both Philip II and Alexander the Great was pretty spectacular.

Once we left the tumulus tour ...

Vergina

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

... The ornamentation on the front of the ten-meter building was a painting of the hunt of a wild boar, which starred Alexander and Phillip. At the end of the construction period, there were only a few things left to do. Someone locked the door to the tomb from the inside and crawled out of a small space, probably in the roof. The keystone was put in there, and the tomb was sealed. The building was covered over by a small mound of dirt, and it was preserved ...