ΑρχικήΔΙΑΦΟΡΑMonemvasia: Europe’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Castle Town is in Greece

Monemvasia: Europe’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Castle Town is in Greece

Monemvasia, on the southeastern shores of the Peloponnese, Greece is Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited castle town. Founded in 583 by inhabitants of the mainland seeking refuge from the Slavic and the Avaric invasion of Greece and surrounded by the Myrtoan Sea, Monemvasia is located on an island about half a mile long. A man-made road […]

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