Heraclea Lyncestis - Macedonia
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Directions to Heraclea Lyncestis
In the vicinity of Bitola is also the ancient town and archaeological dig of Heraclea which is believed to date from the time of Phillip II of Macedon. Same as ancient Ohrid, Heraclea was on the famous Roman Via Egnatia path and today the remains are carefully preserved. A must see are the amazing mosaics still preserved in the basilicas.
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