Plaka, Athens - Simple Greek architecture
Friday, 17 November 2017
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Every Holy Friday the Greeks of Constantinople observe the custom of worshiping the seven epitaphs.
After Lavrio was de-industrialized, the factories were left abandoned. However, this picture of destruction, created over time, is unexpectedly attractive.
Instead of leaving Greece in to work abroad they founded a business in their homeland. They are successful and they don’t wallow in self pity. It’s like they’re living in a different country and not crisis struck, depressed Greece.
An island with a big history, untouched natural environment, vast beaches and great sights, such as the Asclepieion of Hippocrates.
Every afternoon, crowds from every corner of the earth are gathered at Oia in order to enjoy the sunset in the Aegean sea.
A team of devoted dancers, ceaselessly performing dances of the time when Kolokotronis lived and dancing strictly under the Greek flag.
The International Contemporary Art Fair “21st Art Athina” kicked off on the 26th of May and ended on the 29th.
It can't be farther south, in front of the Libyan Sea, with castles, legends and african type vast beaches.
When the sun sets, the arcades around Aristotelous Square are almost deserted and look like a nostalgic old dark "labyrinth".
Wherever one stands, he or she can see wild mountains and running water. In the morning, visitors are awoken by sheep bells and the sound of axes splitting wood in half.