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Paleontological Museum of Thermopigi

Back in 1997, the railway operator George Tomboulidis observed, on a path at Pefka of Thermopigi, fossilized bones of animals. A year later, he sampled the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) and the paleologist Dr. Evangelia Tsoukalas, found the great scientific interest. The results of the autopsy and after the excavations were extremely striking: Prehistoric horses (short-horses with three fingers on their feet, as opposed to the ones that are higher and one toe), giraffes, rhinos, wild boars, masons (prehistoric elephants), gazelles, antelopes, cutlasses and small carnivores Belong to the families of mussels......

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Serres Racing Circuit

Planning to visit Serres in N. Greece? If you love cars, motorcycles, races and any activity around them, you cannot miss a visit to the Serres Racing Circuit. Serres Racing Circuit: A Must-Visit Racetrack Built in 1998 to meet the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) regulations, the Serres Racing Circuit is still the best racetrack in Greece and the Balkans. Over the years, it has hosted many races but also bike & car related events and thus it has become the focal attraction for visitors interested in......

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Thermal Springs Agkistro

In village of Agistro, only 26 km from Agnantio Hotel – Spa, is the oldest Turkish bath. It dates back to 950 AD. and is characterized as a true cultural monument. It is an exceptional alternating scenery, serene with lush vegetation and ideal climate conditions. During the reign of Filippos 2nd of Macedonia (4th century B.C.), mines of iron and gold operated in the Agkistro mountain, which along with Paggaio mountain, funded the Alexander ‘s the Great campaign to Asia against the Persians. The thermal springs of Agkistro have always been visited by......

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Agnantio Hotel Spa - Roupel

During the 2nd World War and the German invasion to Greece (6/4/1941) the few defenders of the forts, the so- called ‘Metaxas line’, at the Greek and Bulgarian borders fought bravely against the Nazi forces....

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Agnantio Hotel Spa - Lake Kerkini

Even though Kerkini Lake is not a natural lake, it has become part of the nature and one of the most important wetlands in Europe....

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Agnantio Hotel Spa - Krousoviti Valley

The descent of Krusovitis – tributary of the river Strimonas – from mountain Lailias to Sidirokastro has formed a unique natural environment with running water, perennial trees, rich vegetation and stone arched bridges....

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