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Epidaurus




In the ancient times Epidauros was a well known sanctuary of Askleipios or Aesculapius god of healing. People came here to be cured and of course worshipping Askleipios and his daughter Hygiea.

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Hestiatorion'

Hestiatorion
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Abaton'

Abaton
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Gutter

Gutter of the Greek baths
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Greek

Greek baths
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Gutter

Gutter of the Greek baths
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Hestiatorion

Hestiatorion complex
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Katagogion'

Katagogion
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Katagogion'

Katagogion
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Long

Long building stoa
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A

A model of the stoa of the abaton
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Monumental

Monumental propilon
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Monumental

Monumental propilon
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Pool

Pool of the Greek bath
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Private

Private bath in a Roman villa
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Remains

Remains of the temple of Askleipios
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Restauration

Restauration of the propylon of the gymnasium
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Restored

Restored temple or propylon of the gymnasium
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Roman

Roman bath building
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EGR019-roman-bath
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Ruins'

Ruins
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Roman

Roman house
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Sanctuary

Sanctuary for Dioscouri
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Seats

Seats in the theatre of Epidaurus
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Stadion

Stadion seats
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Seats

Seats in the stadion of Epidaurus
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