Eleusis Archaeological Site

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Eleusis during antiquity was one of 5 sacred cities and the Eleusinian Mysteries that took place every year gathered visitors from the entire known world. The important sanctuary declined in the end of the 4th century BC. Nowadays at the archaeological site survive a lot of remarkable monuments.
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Tomb of Karaiskakis (Church of Agios Dimitrios)
One of the leading men of the Greek Revolution, Georgios Karaiskakis, when he was wounded mortally at the battle of Faliro, he requested to be transported to the church of Agios Dimitrios, whom he considered to be his patron, and to be buried inside it.
Windmills
From the most special sites in Salamina are the two windmills on the hill of Agios Nikolaos, the only ones who survive today from the initial ten that existed.
Tomb of Salamina Fighters
The Naval Battle of Salamina took place in 480 BC. The smaller Greek fleet managed to defeat the much larger Persian fleet averting their invasion to the Peloponnese.