Foggy Dew - Foggy view of Didymoteicho city, in northern Greece. The name of the town means "twin walls", and probably refers to the two castles that used to stand on the two hills of the town. Nowadays only one of them is left, and can be seen at the background.

Foggy view of Didymoteicho city, in northern Greece. The name of the town means "twin walls", and probably refers to the two castles that used to stand on the two hills of the town. Nowadays only one of them is left, and can be seen at the background.

Night lights - The Greek village of Metsovo, in Epirus region, in northern Greece.

Night lights - The Greek village of Metsovo, in Epirus region, in northern Greece.

Typical cycladic architecture, at the town of Oia, in Santorini island, Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece.

Typical cycladic architecture, at the town of Oia, in Santorini island, Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece.

Kavala's Old Town - The Old Town of the city of Kavala, in Macedonia, Greece, as seen from the city's harbor.

The Old Town of the city of Kavala, in Macedonia, Greece, as seen from the city's harbor.

Chapel of Saint Nicolas (Agios Nikolaos) carved in stone, in the island of Skyros, northern Aegean sea, Greece, Europe.

Chapel of Saint Nicolas (Agios Nikolaos) carved in stone, in the island of Skyros, northern Aegean sea, Greece, Europe.

Athens by night - Athens-Syntagma Square, Attiki

Athens by night - Athens-Syntagma Square, Attiki

View of the mountainous village of Metsovon, in Ioannina prefecture, in Epirus region, northern Greece.

View of the mountainous village of Metsovon, in Ioannina prefecture, in Epirus region, northern Greece.

Early afternoon view of Mandraki, the main village and port of the little island of Nisyros, in Dodecanese, southern Greece.

Early afternoon view of Mandraki, the main village and port of the little island of Nisyros, in Dodecanese, southern Greece.

The famous Acropolis of Athens, the eternal symbol of democracy and civilization.

The famous Acropolis of Athens, the eternal symbol of democracy and civilization.

Typical picturesque alley at Hydra island, Saronic Gulf, Greece.

Typical picturesque alley at Hydra island, Saronic Gulf, Greece.

At the edge of the lake - Partial view of the Castle of Ioannina town, in Epirus region, Greece. Ioannina is built at the banks of the lake Pamvotida.

At the edge of the lake - Partial view of the Castle of Ioannina town, in Epirus region, Greece. Ioannina is built at the banks of the lake Pamvotida.

Typical cycladic architecture, at the town of Imerovigli, in Santorini island, Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece.

Typical cycladic architecture, at the town of Imerovigli, in Santorini island, Cyclades, Aegean Sea, Greece.

Santorini - The town of Fira, the capital of Santorini island, in Aegean Sea, Greece.

The town of Fira, the capital of Santorini island, in Aegean Sea, Greece.

Diogenes and Alexander the Great - A complex that represents a famous historic scene between the philosopher Diogenes and Alexander the Great. The latest went to Corinth, in order to arrange the preparations of all Greeks against Persian empire, and he paid a visit to Diogenes who by then was living in a jar (seen at the left of the picture). The discussion between the two men was recorded in history, though the most well known part of it was this dialogue: Alexander: Do you need anything…

Diogenes and Alexander the Great - A complex that represents a famous historic scene between the philosopher Diogenes and Alexander the Great. The latest went to Corinth, in order to arrange the preparations of all Greeks against Persian empire, and he paid a visit to Diogenes who by then was living in a jar (seen at the left of the picture). The discussion between the two men was recorded in history, though the most well known part of it was this dialogue: Alexander: Do you need anything…

Skyros is known for the rare native horse race that can only be found on that island and nowhere else. They are smaller than the normal horses, bigger than ponnies, and live freely in the inhabited southern part of the island.

Skyros is known for the rare native horse race that can only be found on that island and nowhere else. They are smaller than the normal horses, bigger than ponnies, and live freely in the inhabited southern part of the island.

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