Archaeological Site of Delphi, Prefecture of Phokis, Region of Central Greece, Greece. Inscription in 1987. Criteria: (i)(ii)(iii)(iv)(vi)

The Oracle, Delphi, Mount Parnassus, Greece. In ancient Greece, this site was most important for the worship of the god Apollo

Archaeological site of akrotiri Santorini Greece

Archaeological site of akrotiri Santorini Greece

Gateway, Temple of Apollo, Archaeological Site, Naxos, Cyclades, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Gateway, Temple of Apollo, Archaeological Site, Naxos, Cyclades, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Prehistoric Archaeological Site in Shetland, Scotland

Jarlshof

Jarlshof is the best known prehistoric archaeological site in Shetland, Scotland. - Described as "one of the most Remarkable Archaeological Sites ever excavated in the British Isles", it contains Remains dating from 2500 BC up to the century AD.

Portara in Naxos , Greece   www.facebook.com/...

Gateway, Temple of Apollo, Archaeological Site, Naxos, Cyclades, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Archaeological Site of Mystras (UNESCO) - Peloponnese, Greece - just after Sparta before Kalamata

Greece Travel Inspiration - Archaeological Site of Mystras (UNESCO) - Peloponnese, Greece - just after Sparta before Kalamata

GREECE CHANNEL | The island of Delos, near Mykonos, in the centre of the Cyclades archipelago, is one of the most important mythological, historical and archaeological sites in Greece

*GREECE CHANNEL ~ The island of Delos, near Mykonos, in the centre of the Cyclades archipelago, is one of the most important mythological, historical and archaeological sites in Greece

The Sacred Island of Delos - perhaps the most important mythological, historical and archaeological sites in Greece, where no one was born (except Apollo and Artemis) and no one died, yet the ruins of mansions show us that people lived there. An easy daytrip from Tinos ... www.greekvacationrentals.com

The Sacred Island of Delos - Greece, where no one was born (except Apollo and Artemis) and no one died.

Hadrian’s Arch at Jerash, Jordan

10 Ancient Archaeological Sites for Your World Travel Bucket List

Hadrian’s Arch at Jerash, Jordan: Jerash is one of the most extraordinary places I have ever been.

The Byzantine structures of the Archaeological Site of Mystras were originally built between the 13th and 15th centuries. Wandering the paths, you’ll climb up and down and discover the ruins of city gates, palaces and churches.

The Byzantine structures of the Archaeological Site of Mystras were originally built between the 13th and 15th centuries. Wandering the paths, you’ll climb up and down and discover the ruins of city gates, palaces and churches.

Tulum Archaeological Site

Tulum, stunning ancient Maya site on the Riviera Maya

The ancient Maya site of Tulum is located on Mexico's Caribbean coast in the Riviera Maya, This is one of the most beautiful places in Mexico.

Trogir & Salona Tour  Tour time: approx. 5 h  Picturesque old town of Trogir also known as "Little Venice", UNESCO World Heritage site and the ruins of ancient Salona, capital of Roman province of Dalmatia in the 3rd century, today the most valuable archaeological site in Croatia!

Trogir & Salona Tour Tour time: approx. 5 h Picturesque old town of Trogir also known as "Little Venice", UNESCO World Heritage site and the ruins of ancient Salona, capital of Roman province of Dalmatia in the 3rd century, today the most valuable archaeological site in Croatia!

There's a certain mystery and wonder that surround the ancient Peruvian archaeological site. Discover it for yourself!

Ancient trail to world's most bucket list-worthy destination discovered

There's a certain mystery and wonder that surround the ancient Peruvian archaeological site. Discover it for yourself!

"Saudi Arabia: Opening up long hidden ancient ruins-Dating back to the second century BC, the Nabataean archaeological site, also known as Madain Saleh, has long been hidden from foreign visitors to Saudi Arabia...Madain Saleh, though likely one of Saudi's most famous archaeological sites, is not its only one.  The area bears evidence of other ancient civilisations...  It is home to archaeological remnants that date back thousands of years, including its citadel which is some 8000 years…

Opening up long hidden ancient ruins-Dating back to the second century BC, the Nabataean archaeological site, has long been hidden from foreign visitors to Saudi Arabia.

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