Greece -- Athens and the Peloponnesos, September 2017
Tirintha (or Tyrins) is a Mycenaean acropolis dating from the 13th c. BCE. The walls are tremendous.
Tirintha seen from below. It's not real high and is also not very crowded, which is surprising since it's just a few kilometers north of Nafplio.
Looking back towards the entrance gate.
At the top, low ruins of former walls form straight paths.
The wall here is about six meters thick.
There is not much else left to see at the top, except the view of the mountains.