The article attempts to systematize the “military” documentation preserved in Pausanias’ Description of Greece – information about ruins, victory monuments (tropaia) and votive gifts (anathemata) presented in the form of armament pieces. The most important issue is Pausanias attitude towards war, the Hellenic war model and displaying what is left after the war finishes. Pausanias not only connected war with traveling, memory, freedom and religion, but also described, in his specific way, historic military facilities as an element of natural landscape, sometimes even idyllic. He did not perceive them in the context of the well-known world that surrounded him, but only as Greek masterpieces. Pausanias remains an intellectual guide around the resources of the Greek military evidence. The written material he left is an excellent basis for creating the Greek typology of the military past traces. The curious thing is that today Pausanias’ work can become an excellent example of fulfilling the objectives of a scientific discipline called the “military cultural tourism”.