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Kos Agora

This must have been one big site when Kos was at its fully might, the ancient Agora was immense... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
keithydee
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Easy walk from Kos town centre

Free entry to public space - easy walk though the site though interpretation will require some... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This must have been one big site when Kos was at its fully might, the ancient Agora was immense, despite only part of the site being visible here you can get a feel of the history oozing out. Free to enter this is a must...More

Thank keithydee
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Free entry to public space - easy walk though the site though interpretation will require some technical knowledge - look out for the columns awaiting the fluting to be cut into their surfaces.

Thank DTG59
Reviewed 12 August 2018

From the port there are some streets inte the opd part of Kos the city . Take the time to wonder in thosse alleys

Thank Dana-Ely
Reviewed 11 August 2018

Ancient Agora was the first town ever laid out in blocks back in the 4th century BC. You can see there massive columned stoa and the ruins of a Shrine of Aphrodite, Temple of Hercules and Christian basilica. Entrance is free and you can learn...More

Thank SilviaG5019
Reviewed 3 August 2018

Excellent walk round at your leisure .Its free to enter. You can experience ancient Greece as it was many many years ago.

1  Thank YORKSCLARET09
Reviewed 29 July 2018

Columns, stones, ruins, it will take approximately a 15 minute walk to see everything. There are several entrances, visiting is free. Some city archeological sites close at 4 pm.

Thank Homyasusina
Reviewed 23 July 2018

Worth a visit if you're in Kos Town. Gets very hot wandering round, so avoid if you don't like a lot of heat. Some interesting info boards.

Thank Krispnoodle
Reviewed 23 July 2018

There are a few scattered stones and alot of ruins but sadly very little information to help decipher what you are looking at. However I would recommend it.

Thank becky248
Reviewed 10 July 2018

This site is in the middle of Kos and surprisingly free to enter. There are many ruins here to wander round along with several information boards to give you details of what you are looking at and how it once was. It is amazing to...More

1  Thank stevejen2016
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

Nothing much to see but scattered ancient Stones if you dont have a guide. If you have been to acropolis this is a dissapointment. We spent 5 minutes here trying figure out what was up and down and quickly gave up. The Place is free...More

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As this was a market are with drainage and sewage channels, the cistern most likely was used for storing the water, probably to allow for washing and drinking. The urns would have been used for carrying the water to other... More
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