Kerkini Lake - Endless landscapes
Friday, 16 February 2018
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A team of devoted dancers, ceaselessly performing dances of the time when Kolokotronis lived and dancing strictly under the Greek flag.
Greece through the eyes of a successful Greek Information Technologies Manager in New York, who is also a master of expressive photography. View inspiring images and their moving descriptions from his travels in Greece.
Families with children and elderly citizens reaffirmed their love for Macedonia and were taught about national reconciliation by Mikis Theodorakis.
Island of the Saronic Gulf full of pine trees, with traditional neoclassical houses and many easily accessible beaches.
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.
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.
At the almost southernmost part of Greece, beside the Libyan sea, there are peaceable and religious people who still find the simplest ways to have fun.
The Archaeological Museum of Tegea houses ancient Greek treasures of immense beauty, which are presented in a masterful way. Touring the museum is an almost mystic experience.
It has been brazenly contaminated by industrial pollution, but it managed to survive and now it even looks attractive.
It can't be farther south, in front of the Libyan Sea, with castles, legends and african type vast beaches.