Kastro, Sifnos

allthingseurope: Sifnos, Greece (by Vasilis Tsikkinis) Add gazing across the Mediterranean Ocean from the Chapel of the 7 Martyrs in Sifnos Island, Greece to your Bucket List!

minoan art

Fresco of Minoan beauty 1600 BC Crete Greece / from their art, seem the most fascinating people!

Corinth Canal (Peloponnese), Greece

Beautiful World originally shared to beautiful amzing lovely place (Discussion): Corinth Canal,Grrece

April 21,1967 ~ Dictatorship tanks on the streets of Athens (Panepistimiou ave.), #solebike, #Athens, #e-bike tours

April ~ Dictatorship tanks on the streets of Athens (Panepistimiou ave.),/Not just a distant memory,one of the darkest times in modern Greek History.A forever reminder of the importance of DEMOCRACY.

Selling ice cream in Athens ~ in the 1930's

Selling ice cream in Athens ~ in the - Grans photo

The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical computer designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 1900–1901 from the Antikythera wreck. However, its significance and complexity were not understood until decades later. The construction has been dated to the early 1st century BCE. Technological artifacts of similar complexity and workmanship did not reappear until the 14th century, when mechanical astronomical clocks were built in Europe. modern reconstruction at…

How do we know what people in earlier times knew? The Antikythera mechanism is an ancient mechanical computer designed to calculate astronomical positions. It is thouight to have been constructed in the or century BCE.

German soldiers on parade in Athens, 24 April 1941

May German troops parade in Constitution square, Athens, Greece. The rock of the Acropolis can be seen in the back. The building in the right foreground, the Grand Bretagne hotel, is still in operation today.

December 1944 ~ Syntagma square, Athens (photo by Dmitri Kessel)

GREECE - December 1944 -Syntagma square - Athens (photo by Dmitri Kessel)!

The Great 1953 Ionian Earthquake struck the southern Ionian Islands on August 12, 1953. Beginning on 8 August there were over 113 recorded earthquakes in the region between Kefalonia and Zakynthos, but the most destructive was the earthquake of August 12th. That earthquake struck at 11.24 local time and measured 7.2 on the surface wave magnitude scale and caused widespread damage throughout the islands of Kefalonia and Zakynthos.

The Great 1953 Ionian Earthquake struck the southern Ionian Islands on August…

The typical Sun of Vergina is a 16-pointed Sun. It can also be found in other…

Pan-Hellenic Sun, also known as the Argead sun, the Vergina Sun and the Macedonian sun because it was recently found in Macedonia Greece. A symbol used throughout Greek history by all Greece states, kingdoms and colonies.

Knossos Palace, Crete, Greece

Replikat des Fresco am Knossos archäologische Site in Kreta, Griechenland

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