Ancient Amphipolis, located in northern Greece, is a captivating archaeological site with a rich history that dates back to the 4th century BC. 

The most iconic feature of Amphipolis is the grand lion statues guarding the entrance to the tomb of Amphipolis, which have become synonymous with the city’s heritage.

Exploring the ruins of Amphipolis, visitors can admire the remnants of the ancient walls, the ancient theater, and the well-preserved mosaic floors that depict intricate designs. 

The archaeological museum nearby showcases a remarkable collection of sculptures, pottery, and other relics discovered during excavations.