Palace of Aegae

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The Palace of Aegae is an ancient Greek site in Macedonia.

Aegae (Αἰγέαι) was the original capital of the Macedonians, an ancient kingdom in northern Greece.

The tomb of Philip II (father of Alexander the Great) is there. The city was the burial-place of the Macedonian kings. It was built on a commanding and picturesque site.