Macedonia, nature, ancient civilization, people, the unique beaches joining the green mountains with the emerald sea make up the largest geographical area of Greece.
In antiquity it was a Greek kingdom on the northern border of Greece, with its capital Aigai, today's Vergina. Greek mythology states that it owes its name to the son of Zeus and Thyia, Macedonian. The ascendant course was begun by the famous King Philip II and continued until the climax of the son, who acquired with Olympiada the daughter of the king of Epirus, Alexander the Great (356 BC - 323 BC). Major cities of the empire were Pella, Amphipolis, Pydna and later in 315 BC. Thessaloniki, founded by the Macedonian King Kassandros.
photo Golden Larnaca, Philip ΙΙ
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