Vouni Palace

It was built by King Doxandros of Marion, who was a supporter of the Persian, in the 5th C BC with an aim to supervise the city of Soli, supporters of the Greek. The palace was destroyed by the Soli inhabitants in 380 BC never to be renovated again. Excavations brought to light golden and silver jewelry, silver cups, various silver coins. In the south of the palce are the traces of a 5th C BC Athena Temple.