The enigmatic structures known as the Drakospita have fascinated scholars and researchers for centuries. These magnificent stone buildings, located in the southern part of Evia, Greece, have stood tall for thousands of years, captivating the imagination of both locals and visitors alike. In this article, we will explore the origins, construction, and purpose of these Dragon Houses, shedding light on their historical and mythical significance.

When it comes to hiking adventures that are both breathtaking and heart-pounding, there's one destination that stands tall in the world of outdoor enthusiasts: Angels Landing in Zion National Park, Utah. This iconic trail, once known as the "Temple of Aeolus," is a must-visit for anyone seeking a thrilling escapade into the wild.

Let’s delve into the enchanting world of Greek mountain mythology! Take a mental journey through the ancient legends of the Greek mountains, as we uncover the fascinating history hidden within the breathtaking landscapes of Mount Olympus, the White Mountains of Crete, and Mount Parnassus!

The port of ancient Anthidona is located in the much-affected Evia. A place that constantly proves to us that it is a Mediterranean paradise on earth, or as Greek Mythology best describes it, a place loved by the Olympian Gods (and not only) because of its unique natural beauty!


We could even associate it with the heroic Makarian Islands of Hesiod, if it weren't for an estimate of roughly where they are today. However, through important archaeological discoveries, we know that Evia has had and continues to have human activity since the Paleolithic era (80,000-10,000 BC). This enables us to understand the symbolic place of Evia in the world's Ancient History.

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