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The Healing Through Years Unique Lesvos Thermal Spas

Posted by moodhacker on June 23, 2017 at 1:25 AM Comments comments ()

A significant increase of visitors of 8% was recorded during the last year in the country's thermal spring baths accoring to the relevant announcement made in the framework of the Research Center "Spas and Lakes" of the National Center for Social Research (EKKE) , which marks 2016 as the best year of the last five. 2012- 16 for the thermal springs of Greece, by the northern Aegean Sea region therma...

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The ancient History of Vrisa buried now in its ruins

Posted by moodhacker on June 14, 2017 at 9:35 PM Comments comments ()

The ancient Vrissa...

The establishment of Vrissa is covered by the mist of myth.As the first founder of Lesvos is reported Makar. According to the politician and historian Androtion, Makar established the temple of Dionysus on Vrissa cape, called today...

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Serious worries for new strong earthquake in Lesvos island expressed by scientists

Posted by moodhacker on June 14, 2017 at 5:45 PM Comments comments ()

New seismic vibration 4.4 Richter was recorded at 07:35 on Wednesday morning in Lesvos  in less than 48hours after the disastrous earthquake in Lesvos on monday, at the same epicenter, the seismologists said .

The vibration was centered 13 kilometers south of Plomari, in the sea area that gave the earthquake.

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Turkish bikers on Lesvos island for รข "4th bicycle festival under my pedals"

Posted by moodhacker on May 21, 2017 at 3:05 AM Comments comments ()

This action aims to the strengthening of the relations between the bicycle associations from the two sides of the Aegean, Greek representatives from Lesvos said 

Approximately 100 bikers arrived on Saturday May 20th 2017 on the island of Lesvos from Ayvalk within the framework of the "4th bicycle festival under my pedals" that is held in Izmir.

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A Taste of #Lesvos in #Sydney by the Greeks Abroad

Posted by moodhacker on April 1, 2017 at 2:25 PM Comments comments ()

Sydney is home to the biggest diaspora of Lesvos-heritage people outside Greece.

Lesvos is famous for philosophers, artists, ouzo, sardines, the best olive oil in Greece, the petrified forest, centuries-old kindness to refugees, the spiritual...

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The Cosmopolitan, more than Athens, Ancient Lesvos

Posted by moodhacker on March 26, 2017 at 8:10 AM Comments comments ()

Greece was made up of many city-states, each of which operated as individual communities and not as a unified government. The island of Lesvos was more cosmopolitan than the city of Athens

Lesvos was an international trading center that shipped wine throug...

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For Your Eyes Only , the most beautiful street in the world

Posted by moodhacker on March 17, 2017 at 9:00 AM Comments comments ()

Real time turns to a live dream when the  old tree of flowering wisetria blossoms day to day... Molyvos,Lesvos island

15 March 2017

Lesvos is making headlines again, but this time it's in appreciation of the island's beauty, namely down one particular street.

The world's most...

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Aristotelis was a "refugee" to Lesvos when he discovered his lagoon

Posted by moodhacker on March 16, 2017 at 8:15 AM Comments comments ()

His first port of call was Assos, in Asia Minor, where the tyrant Hermias had invited him and several other Academicians to adorn his court. Aristotle married there, but he and his new wife had to flee in 345BC when Assos was conquered by the Persians. They made landfall in nearby Lesbos, which is where Aristotle gathered the m...

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"Creation of an Archipelago" spreads its ancient wisdom to the world

Posted by moodhacker on February 5, 2017 at 8:20 PM Comments comments ()

Aegean History Wows Visitors at Chicago Museum

The exhibition “Creation of an Archipelago” invites both children and adults to dive beneath the surface of the Aegean Sea


National Hellenic Museum in Chicago

The overwhelming enthusiasm of the public for the exhibition “Aegean: Creation of An Archipelago,” currently housed at the Nationa...

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