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We went to this sanctuary and museum on free museum day. There was a school bus of children and a few other tourists however, relatively quiet. We drove here after going to the temple of Poseidon. You can view the site in 10 minutes and...More
During a recent 5 day visit to Greece, we visited Athens and went to see The Sanctuary of Artemis. This temple to Artemis - who was the Greek goddess of the hunt & childbirth used to the most sacred in Attica. Story goes that when...More
Artemis was a very important Goddess for the ancient Greeks. She used to be called "Potnia Theron" during the stone ages and was renamed to Artemis during the bronze age. She was the Goddess of hunting and the protector of young animals and nature. So...More