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

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... exhibition was spacious but a little dark, we are not allowed to take photographs here, after being reprimanded for doing so! The exhibits display all the treasure found in 3 of the 4 tombs on this site, the forth one was looted in antiquity. The main tomb was of King Phillip the second, father of Alexander the Great and also contained his wife's remains and treasures, the second one was of a Alexander the fourth who died young and was the son of Alexander the Great and Roxane. The ...

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

... leading downwards. Honestly, I almost walked right past it. But as you walk down, you realize you're walking underground, and lying before you is the facade of an ancient tomb. There were two where the facade was almost completely in tact. It was incredible to walk down and see that much history right in from of me. It was even more intriguing for me because I have been in multiple art history courses where the architecture of these ancient building has been discussed. It's ...

Down to the underground graves!

A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... to head towards the small village of Kalambaka. Our tour guide told us that it would only take about two hours, but it actually took us three. Now if we were driving on the highway the extra hour would not have been such a big deal, but instead we drove up and around a mountain for three hours! So since we had a long drive we decided to play cards on the bus to past time. This was a great idea, at first. After about two and half hours I was not feeling so good! I already get ...

Vergina

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

... years. The tomb of Phillip is in a group with three other tombs, or tumuli. One is a grave of an unknown hero; one is the resting place of Phillip's grandson, who was probably killed by a plotting uncle; the third is the tomb of a small family, possibly Phillip's, which is decorated with the story of Persephone being taken to the underworld by Hades. Amazingly, many of the colors in the paintings have been preserved by nature of being underground. How do we ...