Athanasios Diakos was a distinguished hero – chieftain of Greek Revolutionarie of 1821.
G. Karaiskakis was one of the greatest leading figures of the Greek Revolution (1821).
The entrance of Aris Velouchiotis in Lamia after the withdrawal of German forces.
The Statue of the Unknown Soldier glorifies the memory of every soldier who sacrificed for his country.
The Folklore Museum present professions of the historical period before the Industrial Revolution.
Here was conducted the Battle of Thermopylae in 480BC among the Greeks and the Persians.
The Castle of Lamia stands at the highest point of the city strengthening the city’s security.
It hosts findings that have been preserved since the Mycenaean, Classical, Hellenistic period.
His real name was Thanasis Clara and he struggled against the German fascism for the liberation of Greece.
It holds the historical memory of Occupation and Resistance in Greece (1940-1944).
He devoted his life to the redemption of Hellenism and the liberation of Greece.
This is a German fortification and an artillery from 1941, when they conquered Greece.
The Folklore Museum is a collective effort to preserve tradition and customs from the past.
The hero’s martyrdom was a symbol of bravery and a source of inspiration for Hellenism.
In Alamana took place one of the greatest battles between the Greeks and Ottomans on April 22 of 1821.
An innovative way to bring the world of Railways closer to the public.
Lamia claims the birth of the mythical hero of the Trojan War, Achilles.
Leonidas, the great King of Sparta, is well known for his strategic intelligence in Thermopylae’s Battle.
Through emerging technologies the Centre narrates the historical events of Thermopylae.