Pteleos, Magnesia - Hidden beauties
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
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The volcanic soils of Santorini give a very good taste to all of its agricultural products.
The Easter Eve Mass in the Greek Church of St. Mary of Blachernae is quite an authentic experience.
Families with children and elderly citizens reaffirmed their love for Macedonia and were taught about national reconciliation by Mikis Theodorakis.
A photo album of the Buffer Zone. Ghost homes, barbed wire, outposts and fortification. It’s like time stood still since 1974 and not even a day has gone by.
It houses only half of the marbles of the Athenian Acropolis. The rest were stolen years ago and are held by the British Museum in London.
A grandiose Greek school decorated with amazing works of art, which was the target of an attack during the anti-Greek episodes of 1955.
In Spring, Ioannina resemble an outdoor impressionist painting workshop. A walk by the lake shores can work as a healing experience.
An exquisite city of Thrace with picturesque side streets and traditional houses, surrounded by an untouched natural environment.
A photo tour of the Castle Town of Mystras, the last Byzantine Emperor’s fatherland and an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Every afternoon, crowds from every corner of the earth are gathered at Oia in order to enjoy the sunset in the Aegean sea.