Keramikos Archaeological Site

Athens, Greece
4.5 / 6
The ancient city cemetery, where the most worthy representatives of Athens were buried until the 4th century. As a necropolis, this place has been used since the Bronze Age. Here lie the famous military leaders, statesmen and philosophers, including Pericles, Klisfen, Solon, Chrysippus and Zeno. The cemetery has many tombstones of the Ancient period, tombstones and sculptures.
Keramikos Archaeological Site
Address:Ermou 148, Athina
Phone:+30 21 0346 3552
Hours:monday: 08:30–16:00 tuesday: Closed wednesday: 08:30–16:00 thursday: 08:30–16:00 friday: 08:30–16:00 saturday: 08:30–16:00 sunday: 08:30–16:00


The turtles walking around the place were most interesting to me. There's just not a lot of information about the things you're looking at, except in .. Read more »

andrew broadhead

Didn't expect it to be a big as it was enjoyed a walk round and not too busy

Simon Hawkins

Nice to walk around with the full history of the tombs along with great views too. Easy to access all major archaeological sites, recommend the 5 day .. Read more »

Eileen Weed

Big area of ruins well maintained, and with many informative signs around. From the outside you can see pretty much the entire area but if you have ti.. Read more »

François B. Photos

This is very nice place to see many old ruins in Athens. In addition, the old ceramics are really nice and some statues are just amazing. The entrance.. Read more »

Adam Wood

It is both what it is and what it was. Now, it's an organised collection of stones but when you consider what it used to be, it makes it far more sig.. Read more »

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