The battle of Thermopyles constitutes a rather significant reference point of ancient Greek history and its evolution, since it was one of the major points in the history of the Persian wars and a renowned fact around the world. The strategic significance of the battle field was created because of the specific topography of the area in 480 BC. This field was a narrow passage of a 20-meter width between the steep mountain of Kalidromos and the sea of Maliakos gulf. However, during the last 2,500 years the area’s landscape changed dramatically. Due to the silting of the river Spercheios and the sediments of the hot springs of Thermopylae, the level of the ground rose, the mountain margin changed and the distance from the sea enlarged. Therefore, the narrow passage turned into a wide flat land that does not resemble the old battle field anymore. The aim of this project is the revival of the historical and morphological elements of the time period of the battle. For this to be achieved, we recreate the land print of the battle field by emerging it from the ground that is currently located 8 meters from the ground. So, we create a Memorial Park of the Battle of Thermopylae by exploiting the landscape, the historical elements and the and topography of 480 BC. Moreover, we create a Cultural Centre that will accommodate 2 conference rooms, a museum and a study and research centre. As a continuity of the cultural centre we create an Indoor Spa that functions by using the water of the hot springs of Thermopylae.