Archaeological Site of Kambos, Kambos

The archaeological site of Kambos consists of the ancient area of Oinoe, which was inhabited from the Mycenaen Age to the Roman and early Byzantine eras. The centre of the site consists of the theatre, Roman aqueducts, and an early Byzantine building, bearing the name “Palaces”. The theatre is an example of impressively-built architecture of late antiquity, featuring stone masonry and large, stone arches.

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