An ancient city in Greece that’s worth visiting, Stagira is smacked right in the heart of Macedonia. It is located near the eastern coast of Chalkidice peninsula. It is popularly known as Aristotle’s city, as this is where the renowned Greek philosopher was born. We all know Aristotle as the great student of Plato as well as the mentor of Alexander the Great.
It was sometime in 655 BC when Stagira was discovered by Ionian people from Andros. In 480 BC, Xerxes I of Persia invaded the city. The city was destroyed by Philip II of Mecedon in 348 BC. But it was later on rebuilt. Today, it serves as an important city in Greek history.