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Estatua ecuestre que representa a Alejandro montando a Bucefalo

Estatua ecuestre que representa a Alejandro montando a Bucefalo

Archaeological site of Vergina (ancient Aigai), Imathia, Greece. According to M. Andronicos, this golden larnax contains the remains of king Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. On the upper side of the larnax, the famous Star of Vergina (or Vergina Sun) can be seen.

Archaeological site of Vergina (ancient Aigai), Imathia, Greece. According to M. Andronicos, this golden larnax contains the remains of king Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. On the upper side of the larnax, the famous Star of Vergina (or Vergina Sun) can be seen.

Alexander The Great in Thessaloniki, the city that has developed as today's capital of Macedonia from the near Pella. However, Macedonia is not a state anymore but just a geographical denotation of a region extending from Nord Greece to FYROM and to sourth Bulgaria. Philipoupolis f.ex. (nowadays Plovdiv in central Bulgaria) is the city built by Philip, the father of Alexander.

Alexander The Great in Thessaloniki, the city that has developed as today's capital of Macedonia from the near Pella. However, Macedonia is not a state anymore but just a geographical denotation of a region extending from Nord Greece to FYROM and to sourth Bulgaria. Philipoupolis f.ex. (nowadays Plovdiv in central Bulgaria) is the city built by Philip, the father of Alexander.

Alexander the Great statue, Thessaloniki My Love

Alexander the Great statue, Thessaloniki My Love

Statue of Alexander the Great riding Bucephalus and carrying a winged statue of Nike (square of Alexander the Great) in Pella city Macedonia Greece, Alexander's birth place.

Statue of Alexander the Great riding Bucephalus and carrying a winged statue of Nike (square of Alexander the Great) in Pella city Macedonia Greece, Alexander's birth place.

This magnificent Lion was originally located on the top of the Great Tomb at Amphipolis

This magnificent Lion was originally located on the top of the Great Tomb at Amphipolis

Head thought to be Alexander the Great, A.D. 175-200, Archaeological Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2011

Head thought to be Alexander the Great, A.D. 175-200, Archaeological Museum, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2011

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Alexander the Great Macedonia Greece

Alexander the Great Macedonia Greece

Alejandro Magno y Bucéfalo.

Alejandro Magno y Bucéfalo.

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