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Venice - Actual maze

The houses in Venice are very close to each other. When you see the city from above you feel like you are transported to the past.

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Constantinople (Istanbul) - Where is the king sleeping?

A exciting tour in Constantinople to investigate credible information regarding the burial ground of the last Byzantine emperor Constantine Palaiologos. The information we gathered is astounding!

Santorini Island - A feast at the edge of the crater

In the cleft of the rock, which looms threateningly above, and under unbearable heat, the faithful Christians sing and dance nonstop for 24 hours.

Santorini Island - Fertile volcanic soil

The volcanic soils of Santorini give a very good taste to all of its agricultural products.

Oia, Santorini Island - A miracle of folk architecture

A village which is "nailed" upon the vertical rock of the volcano’s crater. The settlement is traditional and building arbitrariness is strictly forbidden.

Livadi, Elassona - Vlachic village at the slopes of Olympus

Tribe of highlander Greeks, who were latinised during the Roman Empire and speak a language similar to the Latin.

Amari, Rethymnon, Crete - Small feast under the locust tree

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.

Syrrako, Ioannina - A pleasure for the eyes

Vlach village at the tops of Tzoumerka with a rich history and traditional houses of a unique architecture.

Lavrio, Attica - An endless art studio

After Lavrio was de-industrialized, the factories were left abandoned. However, this picture of destruction, created over time, is unexpectedly attractive.

Katerinoscala, Pieria - Pilot leader of the pack

He owns a farm with 500 happy animals and birds. Their hearts are grateful to him and they love him dearly. He is a special kind of "king".

Ritsona, Euboea - The heart aches when you play the ney

He makes a reed musical instrument called the ney. The instrument produces a warm and hoarse sound. The ney has its roots in the Near East and gives Greek traditional music a special quality.