Monemvasia

@article{2ojiaMonemvasia,
  title={Monemvasia},
  author={B.—'Ayia 2ojia and Epidauros Limera and William Ian Miller},
  journal={The Journal of Hellenic Studies},
  volume={27},
  pages={229 - 241}
}
There are few places in Greece which possess the combined charms of natural beauty and of historic association to the same extent as Monemvasia, The great rock which rises out of the sea near the ancient Epidauros Limera is not only one of the most picturesque sites of the Peloponnese, but has a splendid record of heroic independence, which entitles it to a high place in the list of the world's fortresses (Figs. 1, 2). Monemvasia's importance is, however, wholly mediaeval; and its history has… 

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