Olympos, Karpathos

Olympos is a village ,in the northern part of the island of Karpathos (part of the Dodecanese Islands) in the South Aegean region, Greece. Olympos...

Church of Panagia Paraportiani

The Church of Panagía Paraportianí is a Greek Orthodox church in the Mykonos town on the island of Mykonos in Greece. It consists of a...

Sarakiniko Beach, Milos

In the northeast of the island of Milos there is one of the most famous Greek beaches - Sarakiniko. The beach got its name...

Corinth Canal

The Corinthian Canal  is a lockless shipping channel in Greece, connecting the Saronic Gulf of the Aegean and the Corinthian Gulf of the Ionian...

Seychelles Beach, Ikaria Island

Seychelles is one of the most picturesque beaches of Ikaria.( Ikaria is a Greek island , in the eastern Aegean Sea, 10 nautical miles ...
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Kastraki, Trikala

Kastráki is a picturesque village in Trikala Region, Thessaly, Greece. The settlement originated during the Ottoman rule, it was founded by people who came from...
Kimolos, one of the most beautiful and picturesque islands of the Cyclades, is known for the so-called "Skiadi"

stone mushroom Skiadi

Skiadi is probably the most famous spot of Kimolos ( Kimolos is a small island in the Cyclades , a group of Greek Islands,...
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Tower of the Winds,The world’s first weather station

The Tower of the Winds, or the Chronology of Andronikos of Kirchus, is an elegant octagonal  Pentelic marble clocktower  in the Roman Agora in Athens. and...
The Portara of Naxos or Naxos Temple Gate called fragment of the Temple of Apollo on Naxos, an island of the Cyclades, is considered the landmark of Naxos. The gate is located on a peninsula in front of the city of Naxos.

The Portara of Naxos

The Portara of Naxos or Naxos Temple Gate called fragment of the Temple of Apollo on Naxos, an Greek island of the Cyclades (...
The Marathon Road is so named from the historic route of Athenian soldier Pheidippides who ran after the Battle of Marathon (490 BC) to carry the victorious news with the word "nenikamen".


Marathon  was an important city of Ancient Greece, today a city of Attica in Greece.  on the east coast of  Attica, Near the town...
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