Scent of Ancient Greece for Visitors: Walk Around Acropolis and the Athens monuments through the Botanical Greek Flora
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Micromeria Acropolitana was first collected in 1906 from the Acropolis, Athens and considered extinct until its rediscovery in 2006, a hundred years later. Today It has survived in its original habitat, the natural rock of the hill.
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Thousands of people attended the parade throughout the Greek ciriws and the islands waving the Greek flag, while many children were dressed as tsoliades. Tsoliades, the Evzones, were the meblem of this years' celebration , which was a Nati...Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on March 23, 2018 at 3:50 AM||comments (0)|
President Donald J. Trump Proclaimed March 25, 2018, as Greek Independence Day: A National Day of Celebration of Greek and American Democracy, as released by the White House and whas twitted by @realDonaldTrump on March 25
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Forget tourist buses and pre-arranged hours for guided tours. Now all the city and its most beautiful spots are within your reach in the most economic and ecological way.
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The Acropolis Museum will celebrate Independence Day on Sunday, March 25, with free entrance to the permanent exhibits, the current exhibition on the Eleusinian mysteries, and other events, it said on Thursday, according to ANA
The museum will be open from 09:00 to 20:00 while ongoing events include the following:-
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|Posted by moodhacker on March 18, 2018 at 3:05 PM||comments (0)|
Clay figurines found at Station Syntrivani
More than 300,000 ancient finds have come to light following works on the Thessaloniki metro including a headless statue of Aphrodite which made headlines last week, dozens of ancient coins, mosaics and funerary structures.
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What makes Acropolis to Travelers so Unique?
Could the Cradle of Western Civilization have a special brain effect to humanity through Ages?
Does the view of such a monument, or a visit on the sacred hill alter our minds? And How happy as an experience is that for a Travele?
Actually, one of the best you could choose for a Lifetime. The fascinating experienc...Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on July 25, 2017 at 3:45 AM||comments (0)|
Who Will Save Athens Is A Classic(al) Role-Playing Activity Game for travelers in the popular Greek Capital , which transfers you in time, back to thefoundations of Democracy , while solving A Crisis that is Urgent for Athens Capital , on real time .
Athens in crisis? That’s n...Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on July 24, 2017 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
Point α Bar is the closest Athens rooftop bar to the Acropolis and has without a doubt, one of the best, uninterrupted views of the Acropolis.
By a special creative team Point a and the Herodion Hotel, express the orignial Top Greek Hospitality to their very eclectic guests offering a 'mixology" of fresh- Greek spici...Read Full Post »
|Posted by moodhacker on July 23, 2017 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
George Pantazis and Evangelia Lambrou, associate professors at the National Technical University of Athens, recently used rigorous geodetic methods to determine the astronomical orientation of Ancient Greek temples. The pair zeroed in on the temples of the Parthenon and Hephaisteion, two of the greatest temples of the classical era, bot...Read Full Post »