The War Museum Of Athens was founded in 1975 to create the exhibition of weapons during the human history. The museum included an amphitheater for conferences and projections.more
A statue of President Harry S. Truman in Athens.more
The Panathenaic Stadium has a capacity of 50,000 seats for all kind of events that were hosted for Athletics, Gymnastics, Weightlifting and Wrestling. In the 4th century the stadium was abandoned because of the rise of Christianity and the bloody battles that happened within; until 1896 it hosted the first modern Olympics. In the late 19th century, the stadium had major reconstructions and took its final form and is now a really interesting touristic place in Athens.more
Georgios Karaiskakis was a Greek warrior during the Greek war for independence.more
Plaka is known as the “Neighborhood of the Gods “, most of the streets of Plaka are filled with restaurants, Jewelry stores, tourist shops and cafes. There are few galleries and several museums about music, art and ancient history. Plaka is one of the main places to visitonce in Athens.more
The Monument of Lysicrates in Athens was built in 335 BC. This statue and other were built to celebrate the victory at the festival competitions of Athens.more
Figures and Dolls is a shadow theatre in Plaka.more
The Church Of St. Nicholas Rangavas was built in the 11th century. The bell it received was the first to ring out after the War of Independence in 1944.more
The church of Aghioi Anargyroi or Metochi of the Holy Sepulcher in Plaka. The church was built around 1600.more
Church of the Transfiguration of the Saviour, also called Sotira tou Kottaki, referring to the family who once owned it. Part of the church was founded in the 11th century but over the years was renovated to change the Byzantine appearance.more
Officially known as Thira, Santorini is located in the Aegean sea and represents one of the Cyclades islands. In the 16th century the island was devastated by a colossal volcano eruption and what remains of it is the city of Santorini that we know these days. Its two principal cities are Fira and Oia must ...
Another Cyclades island of the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is famous for its marvelous beaches and fabulous nightlife. This city is known as "The island of the winds' and is a very friendly tourism city especially for the party people. A lot of churches and landmarks are located in Mykonos too and you have to try ...
The largest Dodecanese island, Rhodes is a touristic place in Greece and is known as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Once in Rhodes you must visit the different ancient ruins of the island and the Old Town which is a very interesting touristic place. Dont forget to try the delicious ...
A Seaport town in Greece, situated in the Peloponnese, Nafplio was known as a very important seaport and was the capital of the kingdom of Greece. There, tourists can find many interesting things to do in Nafplio, this town is home to the famous "Palamidi fortress" and the "Bourtzi Castle". Enjoying your ...