Sparta is in the southwest of Greece in Peloponesus
the army made Sparta strong in ancient Greece
Sparta was part of Greece-it was a city in it.
Sparta is not a modern day country, it is part of modern day Greece, which has a military, but Sparta is just a city in Greece now. Sparta was never a country; it was always a city and part of Greece just as Athens is/was.
Sparta is on the south of greece
Sparta was in southeast Greece on the Peloponnesian peninsula
Athens is in Greece and Sparta is in the Czech Republic.
The mayor of Sparta, Greece, is Stavros Argeitakos.
There is no Sparta. It is Greece.
Athens is the capital of Greece.
Yes. Sparta is a town on the Peloponnese in the extreme south of Greece. It used to be called "the Gateway to Greece" for people coming from the south.
Sparta is the capital city of the Sparta Prefacture located in southeast Peloponnesus in Greece.
Sparta is the correct spelling. It is an ancient city in Greece.
Sparta came from the south of the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece
Well the country of Sparta no longer exist's but the capital still does, the country of Sparta was around until the year 1834 when a war between Sparta and Greece ended up with Sparta being absorbed by the rest of Greece
The distance between Olympia, Greece and Sparta, Greece is approximately 191.0 km which is equivalent to around 2 hours and 35 minutes by car.
athens and sparta were both city-states in ancient greece
Athens and Sparta were Greek city-states in Ancient Greece.