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Sparta, the capital of Laconia, a historic city

Sparta, the capital of Laconia, a historic city

Situated at the shores of Evrotas river and under the watchful eye of Taygetos mountain, Sparta is spread across the valley of the mythical river. Sparta is a simple, uncomplicated and always hospitable place, ready to offer its services to the visitors all throughout the year, since the sights around Sparta, as well as all over the prefecture of Lakonia are so many and of such a kind that they attract the interest of tourists all year through. The capital of the prefecture of Lakonia, located 220 km from Athens, has 14000 inhabitants and a modern and efficient town planning since it was built in the beginning of the modern Greek state according to the 1834 official town plan. Sparta has the appropriate infrastructure to ensure an enjoyable stay and provide for the organization of tours around the prefecture, since it constitutes not only the administrative but also the transportation center of the prefecture. The Mycenaean vaulted tomb of Vafio, constructed from small, carved stones, has been the subject of many archaeological studies and has become worldwide known because of the two golden cups found inside the tomb. These cups, bearing depictions of wild bull hunting, can be seen at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, and even though the location of the palace of Mycenaean Sparta has not been identified, they constitute evidence of the prosperity and development of the region much earlier than 1000 B.C. The regions significance has been attested also by the discovery of the Mycenaean tombs in the location "Spilakia".One of the most important archaeological discoveries in Greece, located in Vafio close to Amycles. The archaeological excavations brought to light a vaulted tomb containing two golden cups. These findings underline the significance of the region during the post-Hellenic and Mycenaean period. The Archaeological Museum of Sparta is the first Greek Museum that was built in a provincial town (1874-76) and it was designed by the Greek architect G. Katsaros. It consists of six rooms and a hall. The exhibits include findings from the temple of Artemis Orthia (clay labeled columns commemorating the winners of contests dedicated to goddess Artemis) and the temple of Athena Chalkioikos (bronze idols, pottery, etc), findings from the excavations in Amycles, as well as a small part of the mosaic floors that have been revealed during the excavations around the town of Sparta and used to decorate the wealthy family houses of the Hellenistic and Roman period. There are also two rooms with sculptures, including the statue which is known as Leonidas, and a room with findings from the prehistoric excavations in Pellana and Amycles. The Ancient Theater of Sparta is located on the southwestern slope of the Spartan Acropolis just below the temple of Athena. It has a southern orientation, which is a quite common characteristic of the ancient theaters, but because of the natural relief, it leans slightly towards the south. It is one of the biggest ancient theaters, with an external diameter of 140 m. and natural ground, but through the works for the walls, the size of the available space was almost tripled. The current form of the theater dates back to the Roman period and more specifically to its latest reconstruction during the era of emperor Theodosios.


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Ano Pedina Zagori

Ano Pedina Zagori

Ano Pedina (Upper Soudena) is one of the oldest Zagorohoria villages. It is located 35 kilometers north of Ioannina City and at an altitude of 900 meters. The name probably Soudena is Slavic and means "cool place", possibly because of the cold airstreams coming from the five hills' slope to the village Ano Pedina that is allocated among the hills.The first historical reference to the village is the Chrysovolo (order) in the year of 1362 of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos III Palaiologos. The upper village area called Machalas has its center in the church of Virgin Mary. Around 1670 was created Under Machalas which is centered in the area of church Metamorphosis. During the late Ottoman Empire the village has the best period as all Zagorohoria villages, because of the autonomy and the famous travel baths of Zagori. The Soudeniotes inhibitants traveled mainly in Wlachia, Istanbul, Minor Asia and Egypt.Moreover Soudena had developed a high spiritual growth, which shows the dozens of floors at the perimeter of the settlement.


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Tinos, the island of Virgin Mary

Tinos, the island of Virgin Mary

Tinos is without doubt one of the most gifted islands. With the cultural and religious heritage, with intact natural beauty and hospitality of its people, each year attracts thousands of tourists. Visitors of Tinos can admire the island's landscape, the island architecture, art and crafts of the inhabitants. The ever-growing tourist infrastructure expands the range of tourists. Tourists, who will choose Tinos for the holidays, choose the best location to enjoy sun, sea and all its pristine beauty known and unknown, with hundreds of pigeon, masterpieces of craftsmanship and sensitivity and a thousand chapels of Cycladic architecture nestled in the ravines, or perched in the hills. Tinos is the third largest island in the Cyclades after Andros and Naxos. It belongs to the northern Cyclades, located southeast of Andros and northwest of Mykonos. The distance from Andros  (at the Strait named) is just 1/2 miles and the nearest beaches of Mykonos is approximately 11 miles. Southwest of the island, 9 miles away is Syros, the capital of Cyclades. Tsiknias, located in the east, is the tallest mountain on the island with 726 meters height. In the central part is dominated the craggy rock of Exombourgo with 641 meters height with the ancient Venetian town, and the plateau of the "war valley" seems to hide many secrets, waiting the one to reveal them. The total coastline is estimated at 114 km. and the circumnavigation of the coast a short distance from shore requires sailing some 37 nautical miles. The climate is generally mild. The winter is mild and summer with the cool sea breeze. The thermometer in winter rarely drops to zero, in summer rarely exceed 37th Kelsious. The land is generally mountainous with altitudes not exceeding 720 meters. There are great forests and plains. Feature in most of the island is the sloping of the soil so that the fields show picture of large stairs separated by low walls.


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Salamina

Salamina

Salamina is the homeland of Aiantas and the tragic playwright Euripides, place of residence and establishment of the poet Angelos Sikelianos and host for George Karaiskakis. It is widely known in world history for the largest battle of the ages, made in 480 BC by the outcome of which, won by the Greeks, survived and developed the Greek culture and spread to the West and all over the world.In ancient times, Salamis was known by the names Pitiousa (Pitis the tree pine), Skiras (from hero Skiron) and Kychreia (from Kychrea). The island is also known since ancient times with the name Koulouris, from the Cape "Kolouris akra" (now Punta), in which was built the ancient city and the port of the 4th century BC. Today, the island offers culture, together with the municipality, various cultural associations.


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Plastira Lake

Plastira Lake

The region of Plastiras Lake is located in Karditsa Prefecture, 25 km west of the city. Starting for the Lake by car from Athens you will need to cover about 340 km, and from Thessaloniki just 230 km. The route in the prefecture is mountainous and scenic, thrilling the driving lovers, with several turns and provincial network. The traveler, however, is compensated when reaches the lake edge when enjoying a landscape of incomparable beauty, habitat and wetland. The lake lies at an altitude of 1000 meters and bears the name of Nicholas Plastiras, a great military and political figure, who in 1925 conceived the idea of diverting the river Megdovas and to build a dam in the area. The idea finally materialized after his death and was completed in 1959. The lake spread in the plateau of Nevropolis creating one of the largest artificial lakes in Greece. Around the Lake, there are fourteen villages, giving the traveler a high degree of alternative destinations and different accommodations. The Mesenikolas is the first village leaving behind Karditsa. It's built at an altitude of 700m. and famous for its wine and raki its residents offer. It is worth visiting the church of the Life Giving Fountain with murals of 1646 east of the village. Two kilometers to the north at an altitude of 800m. is the Morfovouni, hometown of Nikolaos Plastiras, with stunning views of the plain of Thessaly. The path alongside the edge of the lake our guide to the villages overlooking the lake. From the village Kerasia, the ring road leads to Krioneri, a village built next to the lake with good tourist infrastructure. Trails lead to the forests of Krioneri with the firs, the oak, chestnut. Do not forget to visit them if you can tolerate. If you love nature, they will amaze you. The next village on the shores of the lake is the Kalyvia Pezoulas with a strong tourism development and organized outdoor areas and beaches. Street from Pezoula will lead you to Fylakti and Neraida. The village of Fylakti is at an altitude of 1200m. on the steep slopes of Mount Voutsinaki overlooking a dense forest. The road ends at Fylakti and so we turn back to Pezoula and at the junction that will lead us to Neraida at an altitude of 1120m. in an area full of chestnut trees and with magnificent views of the lake. Here you can take lots of pictures for your album. The area had been previously resort of the inhabitants of Karditsa. A small road from Neraida leads to a small ski resort at an altitude of 1550m. Then, we head for the largest and most organized tourist village in the area, Neochori, which lies on a slope and has the best view of the lake. In Neochori, it worths visiting the botanical garden that includes plants that make up the ecosystem of the region. The last stop on your journey is the dam you will find a few kilometers from Neochori and after Belokomiti. If you visit the lake be sure to see up close the dam. You will admire the beauty of the landscape and, if you want, you can complete the cycle route to the villages Moucha, Kastania, Lampero, St. Athanasius and Moschato. Lake Plastiras is an ideal destination for every season and is worth visiting to admire the colors of the Greek nature.


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Andros - The Story of a multifaceted island

Andros - The Story of a multifaceted island

Τhe name of the island most probably originates from General Andros from Crete, legendary colonizer of the Minoan times. Archeological excavations prove the existence of developed settlements, dating back to Mycenaean times or even earlier. The island becomes historically known during the Geometric period (9th-7th century B.C.), as it is proved by traces of a settlement found in Zagora, at the south-western part of the island, close to Zaganiari. The capital of Andros island, during the classical times, was Paleopoli. The prosperity during that period is shown by the big production of coins. Relevant findings together with Hermes of Andros statue are exhibited in the Archeological Museum in Hora. In 7th century B.C. Andros island participated with Chalkideans to the colonization of Chalkidiki and coastal areas of Thrace in northern Greece.Andros, following with the rest Aegean islands the fate of continental Greece, consecutively fell under Roman, Frank and Ottoman occupation. Dating back to 11th century, Byzantine style churches are found around the island, like Taxiarchis in Ipsilou, Melida and Messaria and Kimisi Theotokou (Assumption) in Mesathouri. In the 14th century, the "Agias Monastery" (Zoodochos Pigi) was built near Batsi, while Agios Nikolaos monastery was founded in 1560 and rebuilt in 18th century. Panachrantou monastery was founded in mid-17th century. At Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) in Korthi, a school has been established in 1813, before the Greek War of Independence against the Ottomans. It was founded by Samuel Plasimis and it incorporates a separate building, serving as the teachers house and library. On May 10th, 1821, Theofilos Kairis declared the War of Independence, thus marking the starting point of the islands recent history, during which Andros reached the peak of its economic prosperity, thanks to its ships. It is worth noting that Andriot Dimitris Moraitis initiated Greece-North America line in the beginning of the 20th century, while Andros was in 1939 second to Piraeus regarding ship registration.


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Leros, the island of Goddess Artemis

Leros, the island of Goddess Artemis

The island of Leros is located in the north Dodecanese, a few miles south of the island of Patmos, while in the south is separated by a relatively narrow sea passage with the island of Kalymnos. The geographical terrain is punctuated by small hills and countless bays, with greater the Bay of Lakiou, which is the largest natural harbor in the eastern Mediterranean, and for this reason also Italians in 1932 created there in the main naval base in the Dodecanese. Other major bays are of Alinta, Gourna, Vromolithos, the bay in Partheni, Blefouti and Panteli. The island of Leros is green and in its inside, there is agricultural production, there are countless vineyards, fig trees, prickly, Gkavafes (found only in Leros), crops and many roads are covered with eucalyptus and pine trees. In the beaches, there are plentiful trees that provide shade to visitors. There is even a small river running from the hill Imerovigli and emerges in the Gulf of Gourna. The island is small but has many villages and beaches. The Capital, Platanos, is at east of the island down the mountain Apitiki and the castle of Virgin Mary. Agia Marina is the second largest port and city located in the north only a few minutes walk from Platanos, as well the graphic Panteli in the south.Many beaches are found in Leros, almost for every taste. There are organised, in Alinta, Panteli, Vromolithos and Gourna, Xirokambos, Blefouti, Two Lisgaria. In many beaches, there are taverns and canteens, as well as umbrellas and sunbeds. The most have sand or pebbles. But if you want to explore the island you will find numerous small beaches only for you, especially if you have a boat or you like hiking. There are other small beaches that you will find to Tourkopigado and Vourlidia opposite Panteli. The road after Merkies to the bowl of the port will lead to innumerable small bays and secluded beaches. Leros in recent years has witnessed a good tourism development, the Municipality has made several development projects, as pedestrian walks, restoration of traditional buildings, and biological treatment, and new roads. For many years the Psychiatric and political prisoners formed a position on this beautiful island, but now all that is past and for many Greek and foreign visitors, Leros has become their holiday island. The island has many tourist complexes, hotels, rooms, studios, furnished apartments and a campsite. A very interesting night life, winter - summer, with several bars and cafes, countless options for dining at traditional taverns, restaurants, taverns and ouzo.


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Kythnos, an island ideal for relaxing holidays

Kythnos, an island ideal for relaxing holidays

Kythnos probably took its name from the leader of Dryops and first inhabitant of the island, Kythnos, although his existence is doubtful. Another possibility is that its name comes from the stem "kyth", which derives from the verb keptho (hide) and refers to the place where one can hide, probably a place with woods, valleys, caves or mines. Recent excavations at Maroulas area have brought to light findings which prove that the island was inhabited during the Mesolithic Period, that is it may have been the oldest settlement of man on Cyclades. In the 13th century B.C., according to Herodotus, the Dryops emigrated to the island, traces of whom are the Cyclopean walls and the temples they have left behind. The Ions were the next to inhabit the island. In the Kinthean Republic, Aristotle refers to the ideal state those peoples had created.During the Persian Wars, Kythnos participates with one trireme and soon after it becomes member of the Athenian Alliance. Later it becomes part of the Roman state and afterwards it is included in the Aegean Theme by the Byzantines. During the Venetian domination it is conquered by the noble Marko Sanoudo and it is called Thermia, because of its hot (therma) spring waters. Then it comes under the rule of the Castelli family and later on the family of Gozadini. It remains under the rule of the family even after the looting of the pirate Barbarossa (1537), because of the peace treaty that was signed between the Turks and the Venetians, while during the Russian-Turkish war it is conquered by the Russians. In 1827, the island is called Kythnos again and takes part in the fight against the Turks. During the reign of Othona, rebels and political prisoners were exiled to Kythnos. In 1862 rebels from Syros came to the island to free the prisoners and clashed with the government’s army at the bay of St. Irini. The outcome of the clash was the repression of the rebels and the death of the rebels Leotsakos, Moraetinis, Scravelis and other exiles. Today, the people of Kythnos are in tourism business, without having abandoned other occupations such as agriculture and fishing. They offer to the visitor the perfect combination of the Cycladic scenery, the crystal clear waters, the local products (meat, dairy products, fruit, vegetables) and the fresh fish out of their own fishing boats.


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