Greece

Panagia Kakaviotissa – The only roofless cave church in the world in Lemnos

It is located in an inaccessible cave, at the top of the Μount Kakavos at an altitude of about 250 meters and among imposing cliffs, a location

Mavrodaphne – The birthplace of the famous sweet dessert wine in Petroto

Α dark, almost opaque wine with a dark red color. Mavrodaphne is initially vinified in large vats exposed to the sun. Once the wine reaches a certain

Colossus of Rhodes – The statue of the Greek god Helios in Rhodes

Monument of Zalongo – The memorial of the sacrifice of Greek women in Zalongo

A 1961 monumental sculpture by George Zongolopoulos, commemorating the Dance of Zalongo. It is located at 700 meters altitude on Mount Zalongo. The monument depicts six abstract

Parthenon – The symbol of ancient Greece and one of the world’s greatest cultural monuments in Athens

The greatest sanctuary of ancient Athens, dedicated primarily to its patron, the goddess Athena, dominates the center of the modern city from the rocky crag known as

Panathenaic Stadium – The site of the first modern Olympic games in Athens

The marble multi-purpose stadium was built on the site of a simple racecourse by the Athenian statesman Lykourgos c. 330 BC, primarily for the Panathenaic Games. It was

King Aegeus – The tragic father of Theseus leapt to his death off the cliff in Sounion

Τhe story begins when Androgeus, a son of King Minos of Crete, was murdered in Athens. When King Minos heard what had befallen his son, he ordered

Antikythera mechanism – The first known analogue computer is being exhibited in Athens

This artefact was retrieved from the sea in 1901, and identified on 17 May 1902 as containing a gear by archaeologist Valerios Stais, among wreckage retrieved from

Thermopylae – The battle symbol of courage in Thermopyles

The Battle was fought between an alliance of Greek city-states, led by King Leonidas I of Sparta, and the Achaemenid Empire of Xerxes I over the course

The Monastery of Hozoviotissa – The spiritual jewel of Orthodox Christianity in Amorgos

Is the second oldest monastery in Greece, built in 1017 and renovated 1088, built by Alexius Comnenus I. It is literally hanging on the cliff side 300

Philip II of Macedonia – The armor and shield of the king are being exhibited in Vergina

Pierre de Coubertin – The heart of the father of the modern Olympics rests in Olympia

French educator and historian, founder of the International Olympic Committee, and its second President. He is known as the father of the modern Olympic Games. Pierre de

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