Lake Ziros, een nog niet ontdekt paradijs

According to a folk legend two sisters, one rich and one poor, were in dispute with each other because of the plump children of the poor one who were fed with the leftovers of the rich. Eventually a rupture occurred in the relation of two
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De onbekende Akropolis van de Peloponnesos

Once upon a time there was dominative king who was living in a big city on a hill with his beautiful son …Once upon a time there was dominative king who was living in a big city on a hill with his beautiful son …Once
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De blauwe lagune van Griekenland

… This place has its own different clock. Here the time is measured according to the fish of each season and their growth… Etolikon and the fish villages of Mesolongi Six lagoons which form their own ecosystem; they belong to the Network Natura 2000 and
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De spinalonga van de Pelion en een “sint”

When limited knowledge and prejudice create communities like the one of Spinaloga, always some visionary people write  their own story…. The unknown Sanatorium of Pelion Greece, 1900 …. a difficult period, without technical means. Prejudice and fear dominated societies, and the word Tuberculosis or “Hticio”
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Pelion Vertrouwelijk

It was a beautiful day in mid-October. Although the autumn had made its presence clear enough during the previous weeks,something which made the beautiful mountain of the Centaurs look very dark and melancholic, this year we were very lucky and the weather was absolutely summer-like.
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Milia dorp Chania Kreta

A few kilometers out of Chania, on a slope of Kissamos, hidden among the mountains, lies a village pulled out of another era. On Milia there is no electricity and no cars. Not because they have not reached there, but by choice. A magical village
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Cyprus Commandaria: de wijn van de koningen!

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Cyprus is home to the oldest wine produced in the world.   The wine has a rich history, it said to date back to the time of the ancient Greeks, where it was a popular drink at
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Grieks Carnaval

February is the month of Carnaval. In Greece Carnaval is called also Apokries , it means “abstaining from meat” and its purpose is to prepare man mentally for Easter and Resurrection. The origin of Greek Carnival February is the month of Carnaval. In Greece Carnaval
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