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The ancient citadel of Asini is located on the top of the hill next to sea, about a km before Tolo. With an intense life from the early years of the Bronze Age, as it was shown by the findings of excavations, reached the top during Mycenaean before Geometric and Geometric years. The ancient city was mentioned by Homer in the Iliad, and was the inspiration of Nobel laureate poet George Seferis for one of his most emotional poems. Today are distinguished traces of prehistoric settlement, parts of the imposing enclosure of Polygon structure of the acropolis, as well as Hellenistic towers that retain their medieval repairs. On hill opposite the Acropolis have been excavated Mycenaean, Hellenistic and Roman tombs.