Cave of Euripides

Cave of Euripides Cave of Euripides Cave of Euripides Cave of Euripides
Known as the retreat of Euripides, the cave is located on the southern side of the island, the area of Peristeria. The narrow corridors, 50 meters long, the stalagmites and stalactites and the ten chambers resemble a maze. During excavations they unearthed precious findings, like jewels, coins and vessels with the name of Euripides, Which testify that the cave was used from the Neolithic Period to the period of the Latin Occupation.
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