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Nea Plagia Xalkidiki
Νea Playa is a large settlement of Halkidiki. It belongs to the City of New Marmara Region of Central Macedonia .From 1999 to 2010 according to the then administrative division of Greece was seat of the municipal district of Triglia.In 2001 it had 1,249 inhabitants. The beach of the village attracts many visitors every year. The main occupation is agriculture and tourism professions. Mainly produced
Nea Flogita Chalkidiki
Flogita, which belong to the Prefecture of Chalkidiki, located 52 km. From Thessaloniki and 6 km. From Nea Moudania. The seaside is a large settlement, belonging to the Municipality of Moudania is built amphitheater on a hill just a few meters from the sea, overlooking the Thermaikos. In the village there including primary school, called "Primary School Flogita / New Plagia".Flogita have 1,520 residents.

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    Cave of the Petralonian

    The bejewelled with stalagmites and stalactites Petralona Cave is formed about 300 m above sea level. The Cave was spotted in 1959 by the inhabitant of the Petralona village Philippos Chatzaridis from an ovoid  diaklasis of the limestone Kalavros Mountain , which is created in Jurassic era  by undersea sediments that emerged in various phases during next periods. Most probably during Mio-Pleiocene, about 5 million years ago, the Cave's main compartments were formed. Internationally it became known when the famous fossilized skull of Petralona man was found by another villager, Christos Sariannidis, along with five other men (three of whom scientists).

    The systematic excavations of the Cave started in 1965 by the founder of the Anthropological Association of Greece Ph.D. professor of anthropology Aris N. Poulianos. His research proved that Petralona Archanthropus has an age of about 700.000 years ago, that is the oldest known Europeoid man. This chronology is based on the detail analysis of the Cave stratigraphy (until today 34 geological layers have been unearthed), as well as on the study of the Palaeolithic tools and the Palaeofauna species that have been discovered in almost all layers. A considerable aid in reconfirming the age of the Petralona Archanthropus is the contribution of Archaeometry . The materials used for such a purpose are bones, argil, stalagmites and traces of fire 

    Thousands of fossils and other findings are deposited in the adjacent to the Cave Anthropological Museum, many of which you may visit .

    Among the fossils of the extinct species found in the Cave lions, hyenas, bears, panthers, elephants, rhinos, megacerines, bisons, and various species of dears and equids (horse like) are included, as well as 25 species of birds, 16 species of rodents and 17 species of bats.