Catacombs in Mylos, Greece
Mylos Sights & Monuments - Mylos boasts many fascinating archaeological sites, but none compare to the renowned Catacombs in the village of Tripiti, which sit 150 metres above sea level. Unearthed in 1844, this trio of catacombs dates back to the late 1st century and were primarily utilized as burial grounds for Christians during the Roman era. However, these remarkable underground structures were also utilized as places of worship during the period of Christian persecution under Roman rule. While only certain sections of the catacombs are currently open to the public, a visit to these ancient marvels is a must for any traveler exploring the wonders of Greece. Don't miss the chance to experience the captivating history of the Catacombs in Mylos.
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