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Published on 2014-07-04
The Palace - Archaeological Site of Pella stood on a rocky hill dominating the image of the city. This complex architectural complex, whose total area reaches 60,000 square meters In the center of a rectangle is rather public, building flanked by two peristyle gardens. Two other structures were excavated in the east, the south side of which there is an open portico with Doric colonnade on a high apron.
One of them has a plan similar to those in private homes and may have been the place of residence of the royal family. In the north there is a pool supply system and drainage of water, perhaps associated with the ring of the palace. The monumental entrance was from the central portal.
The oldest of the buildings that date back to the second half of the fourth century. In later phases are more simpler buildings with courtyards, which are extensions to the original kernel to meet new needs.