Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12
Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12.
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"The site was situated on the north bank of the Alpheios river, about 15 km from the sea, and in reach of the small ancient boats. It was in the river plain, just south of the Kronos hill. To the west the Kladeos river rushed down from the hills. The plain was filled with olive trees and vines and also full of grassy meadows. In the fourth century AD, the Kladeos changed its course and destroyed part of the gymnasion. After the games had come to an end in the early fifth century, the the sanctuary suffered from major earthquakes in the sixth century. Floods — according to recent research caused by tsunamis - demolished the southern part of the sanctuary and buried it under four meters of silt. For many centuries nobody knew where Olympia had been."

— "The Site of Olympia", Ancient Olympics