Roman Grave Complex (near Fiskardo village)

Dating back to the 2ndC BC up to the 4thC AD, this compound of graves suggests Kefalonia was of vital strategic significance during the Roman era. The most important findings out of the five burial sites that make up the grave complex include a stone sarcophagus and a vaulted tomb, along with gold jewelry. Explore the Roman theater found near the burial complex.

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