Argos ancient theater, built in the 4th century BC, it held 15,000 spectators on the seats hewn from the rock; there were marble places for honored persons
Argos, Archaeological museum, fragment of a 7th cent. krater, depicting the blindness of Cyclops Polyphemus by Odysseus
Argos, Konstantopoulou edifice was built in 1912 and designed by E.Tsiller. It is destined to house the city's Cultural Center.
Argos, the ancient theater (4th-3rd cent. BC)
Argos, the new wing of the Archaeological Museum
Erassinos, partial view of the river