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Vourvourou beach, Halkidiki, Greece.

Vourvourou beach, Halkidiki, Greece.

Mystras, Lakonia, Greece.

Mystras, Lakonia, Greece.

Academy of Athens, Greece.

Academy of Athens, Greece.

The Metéora (Greek: Μετέωρα, “suspended rocks”, “suspended in the air” or “in the heavens above” – etymologically similar to “Meteorite”) is one of the largest and most important complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece.

The Metéora (Greek: Μετέωρα, “suspended rocks”, “suspended in the air” or “in the heavens above” – etymologically similar to “Meteorite”) is one of the largest and most important complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries in Greece.

The Monastery of St. John in Patmos, Greece

The Monastery of St. John in Patmos, Greece

Manila mountain, Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece

Manila mountain, Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece

Astypalea is a Greek island with 1,238 residents. It belongs to the Dodecanese, an island group of twelve major islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. The Island is 18 km. long, 13 km. wide at the most, and covers an area of 99 km2. The capital and the previous main harbour of the island is Astypalea or Hora, as it is called by the locals. In Greek mythology, Astypalaia was a woman abducted by Poseidon in the form of a winged fish-tailed leopard. The island was colonized by Megara, and the…

Astypalea is a Greek island with 1,238 residents. It belongs to the Dodecanese, an island group of twelve major islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. The Island is 18 km. long, 13 km. wide at the most, and covers an area of 99 km2. The capital and the previous main harbour of the island is Astypalea or Hora, as it is called by the locals. In Greek mythology, Astypalaia was a woman abducted by Poseidon in the form of a winged fish-tailed leopard. The island was colonized by Megara, and the…

Meteora, Greece

Meteora, Greece

Mystras, Lakonia, Greece

Mystras, Lakonia, Greece

navagio (shipwreck) beach, Zakinthos, Greece.

navagio (shipwreck) beach, Zakinthos, Greece.