Lavrion (or Laurium, Lavrio) is a town in the southeastern part of Attica, Greece. It's the seat of the Lavreotiki municipality. In Classical antiquity, Laurium was famous for its silver mines, one of the chief sources of income of the Athenian state. The metallic silver was predominately used for coinage. Lavrion's Archaeological Museum shows much of the story of the mines.
Lavrion is a sea port of less importance than nearby Piraeus. It's located about 60 km SE of Athens, SE of Keratea and north of Cape Sounio. The city of Lavrio is situated on a bay that overlooks the island of Makronisos (in ancient times: Helena) in the east. Lavrion port is in the middle and its gridded streets cover the residential area. GR-89 runs through Lavrion and ends south in Sounio.
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