The map above displays the ancient Greek cities, places of interest, and centers of influence within and without the borders of the modern country. This map is divided into smaller areas to facilitate easier viewing over the internet. Click on each orange square to see each area. The individual files are large (1300x1200px, ~50-100KB each, JPG)
Ancient Greece Map Attica
Location: Acropolis The Acropolis of Athens Greece: The Sacred Rock, the Acropolis of Athens, is thought to be the symbol of the ancient Greek culture.It is also considered to be one of the most significant ancient monuments in Europe. Both the Acropolis and the Parthenon, the imposing temple that was dedicated to the goddess Athena, are visible from almost every spot in Athens.
Ancient Greece Rivers Map
Other Rivers in Greece. The rest of the country’s major rivers are Arda (180 miles and shared with Turkey); Aoös (169 miles and shared with Albania); Nestos (140 miles and shared with Bulgaria); Achelous (137 miles); Pineios (134 miles), and Alfeios (68 miles). The government of Greece has initiated numerous conservation efforts to deal with .