Discover the remains of a prehistoric city, that remained buried for almost 4000 years. It gives us unique and valuable information about the art, the architecture, and everyday life back in 2000 BC. Walking within a 4000 year old perfectly preserved settlement, getting to understand how the society was organized and how people lived their lives, seeing the paved streets and the remains of large 2-3 story building complexes, kitchen and toilette facilities, unique wall paintings and a perfect drainage-sewage system, is an experience surely not to be missed!
Discover the remains of a pre-historic city that remained buried for almost four thousand years! Protected and preserved under a thick layer of volcanic material, it gives us unique and valuable information about the art, architecture, and everyday life back in 2000BC! In a time when most of Europe neolithic communities lived in villages of timber houses or simple huts, the Mediterranean is already literate and civilized. The point where Asia and Europe meet, around the Aegean Sea, becomes from around 2000 BC the site of Europe’s first civilization.