ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF TOUMBA
The archaeological site of Toumba in Thessaloniki, discovered in 1895, lies on a plateau in the eastern part of the city. It includes the small conical shaped hill with successive building phases of the Bronze Age (beginning of the 2nd millenium - 1100 B.C.), the Iron Age (1100 - 800 B.C.) and historical times (800 B.C. on down). It spreads out also over the area around the little hill with building remains of the Early Iron Age, archaic (800 - 480 B.C.), classical (480 - 323 B.C.) and early Hellenistic times (323 - 300 B.C.); in addition there are scattered, isolated establishments within a radius of five hundred metres from the settlement and an extensive cemetery.
you are familiar with this place , please share your opinion
of it with other travelers. Write