Mycenae in Greece is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the country.It is located in the region of Argolis, between Argos and Nafplion.
Mycenae is actually not an independent holiday destination and an interesting archaeological site.
The ancient town was surrounded by gigantic walls, while the most famous spot is the Lion Gate, the entrance to the town with two female stone lions above.
Mycenae is among the most important archaeological sites in Greece.
At some later date, the Citadel was extended to include the whole of the western slope and a new Cyclopean wall was built to enclose the Grave Circle and these groups of buildings. It is certainly later than the construction of the Temple and the Room with the Fresco and, logically, later than the event that brought an end to the use of the Room with the Fresco since it effectively blocked access to it from this direction.
Later still, almost at the end of the LH IIIB 2 period, the whole area to the south of the Grave Circle was affected by a devastating fire which left the mud bricks of the upper walls calcined from the heat (K. Wardle, Following this destruction, which may well have affected the whole Citadel, rebuilding followed in the LH III C period using some of the earlier walls and adding new ones to form rather insubstantial buildings, which were replaced a number of times.