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San Jose, Costa Rica645 bidrag
This is a lovely quiet small town with a lot of history. We stayed here when we came to see King Phillip’s Tomb and we were very pleased with the energy of the town, there are a number of cafes and restaurants in the center as well as places to stay. We stayed at Olympia Guest house just about 100 meters away from the Museum of the Royal Tombs of Aigai (King Phillip’s Tombs)…see separate reviews for these two places.

Getting to Vergina is very easy if you come by Car, and in my opinion it does not make a lot of sense not to rent a car since from Vergina you can go to Pella, where is located the ancient site of Alexander about 1 hour drive away.

The archaeological site of Ancient Aigai located a couple of hundred meters away from the Tombs is closed to the public (it seems to be open Mon-Wed for a few hours) and here is where Philip was killed in the theater.

If you are a history lover you need to come here and go to Pella…you will not be disappointed.
Skrevet 13. september 2019
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gentbrugg
Moscow2 304 bidrag
Venner
Now in Vergina (namely it is located on the site of the former Aigai, the former capital of ancient Macedonia before Pella, and the place where Philip, the father of Alexander the Great, was killed) the museum-bunker represents great interest. It's one of the best in Greece. Some of the exhibits would find their place in the largest museum collections. This is not surprising - in the Aigai were buried members of the macedonian Royal family. However, there are serious disadvantages for tourists visiting Vergina. Firstly, it is a rather rare regular transport from Veria, which is located 17 kilometers from the it and from which it is easier to get to Thessaloniki. Secondly, the darkness in the halls of the museum - only the exhibits are highlighted. And thirdly, it is forbidden here to photograph. It is difficult to understand - the vast majority of exhibits are behind glass.
Skrevet 3. juli 2019
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r0landbrunner
Zürich, Sveits1 723 bidrag
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see my entry for the Museum of Thombs in Vergina to get information how to visit this amazing site by public transport from Thessaloniki.
Skrevet 13. mai 2016
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OperaBeginner
London, UK49 bidrag
Alene
I visited all the main historical sites in Greece last summer – Athens and the Acropolis and Temple of Poseidon, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, Olympia, Thermopylae, but none, none compared to the Museum of the Royal Tombs of Aigai. None of them, all together. Instead of a collection of stones, requiring you to see these sites more in your mind than before you, here you could almost touch the past.

To be able to go down into the ground and stand before the tomb of Phillip of Macedon; to see the painted decorations on its front, the colours still visible after 2,000 years; to be able to get to within a few feet of the flagstones over which Alexander the Great walked, what wonders!

And the objects found in Phillip’s tomb; to see, for the first time, objects I’ve only seen in photographs: the gold box within which Phillip’s bones were laid – how small it is; the enormous bronze household objects, such as bowls and dishes, used to wash his body, now all turned green; his armour – from the size of it, you would think it was for an adolescent boy, not a man; the remains of his funeral pyre...

The museum is in the shape of a burial mound and the lighting inside is low but sufficient to see everything. It is not a large museum (there is another museum on the site but it was closed on the day I visited – how typically Greek!) and there are objects from other tombs, e.g. the silverware of a prince of the Macedon royal family – so beautiful and modern, you think you could buy it today.

And – in the middle of August – the museum was empty! No crowds to get in the way. I don’t know how you would get here without a car but try.

Thank the heavens they don’t allow photographs: use your eyes and, more importantly, your knowledge of history and your soul to wonder at how close the past is when you can stand so close to its buildings and the possessions of the immortals.
Skrevet 8. april 2016
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Perokomoula
Veroia, Hellas27 bidrag
Εδω η ιστορία είναι τόσο κοντά σου, που νομίζεις οτι απλώνοντας τα χέρια σου θα πιάσεις την ασπίδα του βασιλιά Φιλίππου τα όπλα και τα σκεύη με τα οποία έτρωγε η βασιλική οικογένεια και ο Μεγαλέξανδρος και θα αισθανθείς την αύρα και την ατμόσφαιρα της εποχής του ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ. Η υπερηφάνεια σου μεγαλώνει, οι ρίζες σου είναι εκεί δίπλα σου....
Skrevet 14. januar 2016
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GioK
Veroia, Hellas131 bidrag
Πρέπει κάθε Έλληνας και κάθε τουρίστας να επισκεφτεί τις Αιγές.
Δεν είναι προς συζήτηση το τι θα δει κάποιος.
Θα δει την ιστορίας της Ελλάδος. Την ιστορία της Μακεδονίας.
Η Μακεδονία είναι Ελληνική.
Μόνο εδώ. Μόνο στην Βεργίνα. Μονο στην Ελλάδα.
Από εδώ ξεκίνησε ο Μέγας Αλέξανδρος.
Skrevet 10. desember 2015
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Superkatt
Sverige6 682 bidrag
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There is a museum in Vergina, built in form of an ancient tumulus inside a large earth mound, unfortunately it is forbidden to take photos in here. In this museum can be seen 4 tombs of Macedonian kings, the most famous of them is Tomb of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great, and one small temple, a Heroon. Tombs are colonnaded with nice wooden doors, and looks like small temples placed under ground. As well can be seen many of grave findings, lot of them in gold, among them a gold larnax with the Vergina Sun, or a Macedonian Star, on the lock, the symbol of Macedonia.
Museum is interesting to see, but gives a somewhat depressive feeling because of all darkness. Anyway it is a must-see once.
Nearby, near Pieria Mountains , between villages Vergina and Palatitsia is situated an Archaeological Site of Aigai, the capital of Macedonia until the 4th C BC. There are the ruins of two Royal Palaces with best Macedonian mosaics in situ, on the Acropolis of Aigai, as well as ancient Theatre, Temple of Eukleia and Sanctuary of Mother of the Gods, (mistress of animals), mother and virgin at the same time.
Unfortunately, the Site was closed until further notice, and it is unclear when and if it can be visited. Pity.
Skrevet 25. februar 2015
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The museum was extraodinary as long as the exhibits,it was a great experience and if i had the chance i would visit it once more!!!
Skrevet 16. august 2014
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Svetla H
Sofia, Bulgaria35 bidrag
Alene
Vergina is a village in Northern Greece in the foothills of Mt. Pieria some 75 km from Thessaloniki. It is the location of the ancient capital of the Macedonians, called Aigai which had its heydays during the Archaic and Classic periods 7th through 4th centuries B.C.
The Palace of Philip II (Father of Alexander the Great) at Aigai is the biggest and (together with the Parthenon) the most important building of Classical Greece. You can visit also the site of the Royal Tombs, considered to be one of the most important archaeological discoveries of last century in Greece .
For those interested in ancient history Vergina is a great destination. I visited it twice and noticed that due to extended excavation every new visit can surprise you with some recently discovered artifacts.
Skrevet 9. august 2014
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Tanja H.
Düsseldorf, Tyskland6 bidrag
Venner
Der Besuch des Museums lohnt sich sehr. Wer in der Nähe ist, sollte auf jeden Fall vorbeischauen. Hervorragende Darstellung der sehr gut erhaltenen und wunderschönen Exponate. Besonders beeindruckend, daß das Museum um die Grabanlagen herum gebaut wurde!
Skrevet 17. mai 2013
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