Archaeological Site of Kotzia Square

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It is worth visiting the small archaeological site in Kotzias square, opposite the City Hall of Athens. There are presented parts of the fortification and the road network of ancient Athens, tombs from the 9th to the 3rd century AD, pottery workshops of the Late Roman times and ruins of houses.
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