Ancient Harbour area and Agora
Directly across Ippokratous Street from the Ficus trees, an opening in the mediaeval bastion, leads through a stand of pines and palms to the eastern entrance of the open area of the excavations of the Agora, first scientifically explored by Rudolf Herzog in 1900, and then properly cleared and dug after the severe earthquake of 1933 by Italian archaeologists. The Greek Archaeological Service continues the work today. At first sight confusing, these complex remains become comprehensible once a few chronological and topographical bearings are taken.

 

 

Kos Island is part of the Dodecanese Island group
Ancient Cos. Ancient Harbour area and Agora.


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