The cultural heritage of a country includes, among other things, places, “buildings” and other monuments with historical value. It forms the identity of the country and is undoubtedly a national asset. For this reason, recording - documentation, protection, monitoring and management of cultural heritage is necessary. Different scientific and technological disciplines are involved in the study of cultural heritage. Photogrammetry and remote sensing, with their continuous scientific and technological advances, contribute substantially in this study. This paper refers to the above and includes a relevant example of Dodoni archaeological site, using VHR satellite data.