Constantinople (Istanbul) - Hidden faces, clear feelings
Monday, 20 February 2017
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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!
Every Holy Friday the Greeks of Constantinople observe the custom of worshiping the seven epitaphs.
Island of the Saronic Gulf full of pine trees, with traditional neoclassical houses and many easily accessible beaches.
Families with children and elderly citizens reaffirmed their love for Macedonia and were taught about national reconciliation by Mikis Theodorakis.
Whoever watches the sunset from Lycabettus of Athens will be surprised by the pictures he’s about to see.
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 "Stavros Niarhos" Cultural Center enchants numerous visitors. The "heart" of the center is the amazing building of architect Renzo Piano. The complex is surrounded by a huge garden and a water canal for sailboats.
It has been brazenly contaminated by industrial pollution, but it managed to survive and now it even looks attractive.
Exciting landscapes with vertical coasts to the Aegean Sea, severe weather conditions, deep and spotless waters.
The image of the armoured soldiers into the islet's voluminous vegetation is impressive. They jokingly tell each other: "Let's go on patrol in Vietnam".