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Methoni Castle, Peloponnese, Greece

Methoni Castle, Peloponnese, Greece

Ο ΙΠΠΟΚΡΑΤΗΣ ΕΙΧΕ ΒΡΕΙ ΓΙΑΤΙ ΝΟΣΟΥΜΕ | Hellas Now

Ο ΙΠΠΟΚΡΑΤΗΣ ΕΙΧΕ ΒΡΕΙ ΓΙΑΤΙ ΝΟΣΟΥΜΕ | Hellas Now

Spa - Loutra Agia Paraskevi  #spa #thermal #loutra #halkidiki #kassandra http://giannikos.gr

Spa - Loutra Agia Paraskevi #spa #thermal #loutra #halkidiki #kassandra http://giannikos.gr

The ultimate relaxation massage experience by the Mykonos Grand 5 Star Luxury Resort & Hotel pool, with a view of the Aegean sea.

The ultimate relaxation massage experience by the Mykonos Grand 5 Star Luxury Resort & Hotel pool, with a view of the Aegean sea.

The Healing Miracle of Water.In Greek Medicine,there evolved a healing tradition called the Water Cure,the common term for a collection of therapies which,in one way or another,make skillful and ingeneous use of the healing virtues of Water : Hydrotherapy,Balneotherapy,Thalassotherapy.Well, turn to the Sea for balance and well-being.

The Healing Miracle of Water.In Greek Medicine,there evolved a healing tradition called the Water Cure,the common term for a collection of therapies which,in one way or another,make skillful and ingeneous use of the healing virtues of Water : Hydrotherapy,Balneotherapy,Thalassotherapy.Well, turn to the Sea for balance and well-being.

Meltemi Resorts Greece

Meltemi Resorts Greece

woman spa pedicure foot treatment with natural springwater and flowers

woman spa pedicure foot treatment with natural springwater and flowers


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View of the Aegean sea as seen from the Pool Area of the Mykonos Grand Luxury Hotel & Resort while the summer sun is setting. The sky has a combination of blue and orange hues producing a dreamy feeling.

View of the Aegean sea as seen from the Pool Area of the Mykonos Grand Luxury Hotel & Resort while the summer sun is setting. The sky has a combination of blue and orange hues producing a dreamy feeling.

Athens, Greece  Earliest inhabitation: 1,400 BC   The cradle of Western Civilization and the birthplace of democracy, Athens heritage is still very evident. It is filled with Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman monuments and remains a hugely popular tourist destination.

The world's 20 oldest cities

Athens, Greece Earliest inhabitation: 1,400 BC The cradle of Western Civilization and the birthplace of democracy, Athens heritage is still very evident. It is filled with Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman monuments and remains a hugely popular tourist destination.

A bust of an ancient Roman child, there is some dispute over whom the statue depicts, but most scholars believe it to be Diadumenian. In this statue he is shown with a military officer's sash and soldier's dress.  Diadumenian. 2008. Photograph. Vatican, Vatican City. Flickr. Yahoo! 20 Mar. 2008. Web. 27 Sept. 2011.

A bust of an ancient Roman child, there is some dispute over whom the statue depicts, but most scholars believe it to be Diadumenian. In this statue he is shown with a military officer's sash and soldier's dress. Diadumenian. 2008. Photograph. Vatican, Vatican City. Flickr. Yahoo! 20 Mar. 2008. Web. 27 Sept. 2011.

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Not far from Kavala (12 km NW) you can visit the archaeological site of Philippi, an ancient Macedonian city re founded as a Roman veteran-colony.   Admire the well-preserved Roman forum, the Early Christian basilicas and stroll along the Via Egnatia. Still visible are also the remains of the Acropolis, the palaestra, the baths and the majestic octagonal church; the grand theatre of Philippi holds nowadays a summer festival of ancient drama.

Not far from Kavala (12 km NW) you can visit the archaeological site of Philippi, an ancient Macedonian city re founded as a Roman veteran-colony. Admire the well-preserved Roman forum, the Early Christian basilicas and stroll along the Via Egnatia. Still visible are also the remains of the Acropolis, the palaestra, the baths and the majestic octagonal church; the grand theatre of Philippi holds nowadays a summer festival of ancient drama.

Melissani Cave

Melissani Cave

CAIUS OCTAVIUS JULIUS CAESAR AUGUSTUS (63BC-14AD), the adopted son of Julius Caesar after his assassination, displaced or defeated their rivals, concentrating in itself all the power of republican institutions ..   His rule was characterized by a strengthening of borders, improving finances, expansion and professionalization of the army, the effort to recover the religious tradition and public morals, the momentum of trade and the promotion of culture. He was succeeded by his stepson…

CAIUS OCTAVIUS JULIUS CAESAR AUGUSTUS (63BC-14AD), the adopted son of Julius Caesar after his assassination, displaced or defeated their rivals, concentrating in itself all the power of republican institutions .. His rule was characterized by a strengthening of borders, improving finances, expansion and professionalization of the army, the effort to recover the religious tradition and public morals, the momentum of trade and the promotion of culture. He was succeeded by his stepson…

Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis has an IQ of 198    Nationality: Greek    The smartest man in the world is a Greek psychiatrist who also holds degrees in philosophy, medical research technology and psychopharmacology.    Katsioulis, 36, also enjoys painting, swimming and traveling.

The 16 Smartest People on Earth

Dr. Evangelos Katsioulis has an IQ of 198 Nationality: Greek The smartest man in the world is a Greek psychiatrist who also holds degrees in philosophy, medical research technology and psychopharmacology. Katsioulis, 36, also enjoys painting, swimming and traveling.

Poseidon Temple Sounion Greece at dusk by Makis Siderakis

Poseidon Temple Sounion Greece at dusk by Makis Siderakis

Shortly after birth male Roman children were given a 'bulla', a metal pendant or leather bag of magical charms worn around the neck to ward off danger & proclaim the child free. At age 14, when officially considered men, amulet removed  and only worn on special occasions.

Shortly after birth male Roman children were given a 'bulla', a metal pendant or leather bag of magical charms worn around the neck to ward off danger & proclaim the child free. At age 14, when officially considered men, amulet removed and only worn on special occasions.

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