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Tegea Museum, Arcadia, Greek Mythology, Peloponnese, Greece, Vacations in Greece, Greece for Families, Visiting Greece, Ancient Greek History

The unique case of Tegea museum in the Peloponnese

The astonishing beauty of ancient Classical Art: the unique case of Tegea museum in the Peloponnese. Do we need to tell you about the extraordinary beauty of this ancient statue? We firmly believe that the figures speak for themselves, as spiritual moments and proud reminders of human achievement.

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Theseus: The Athenian National Hero

Today, Theseus is well-known as the young boy who slew the Minotaur in the labyrinth, an overwhelming event that took place somewhere on the island of Crete, at the southernmost part of Greece.

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The Metro of Athens: The History, the Findings, and the Art

The Metro of Athens is a project full of history that is long overdue. The findings that were excavated and put on display along with the contemporary Art embellishing many of the stations make the Metro of Athens unique and full of history.

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Byzantine Empire, Mount Taygetos, Peloponnese, Castletown, World Heritage Site, Byzantine Renaissance, Mystras, Greece, Visiting Greece, Modern Greek History, Ancient Greek History, Greece for Families, Vacations in Greece, Art

Mystras: the Byzantine Renaissance

As a general rule, most of our guests have never heard of Mystras before we stop for a visit. Also, as a general rule, they tend to love the place.

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Greek History, Ancient Greece, Acrocorinth, Mainland Greece, Peloponnese, Ancient Corinth

Ancient Corinth – from a Prosperous Greek city to a Cosmopolitan Roman Colony.

Ancient Corinth was one of the richest and most powerful Greek cities from the 7th century BCE onwards, competing Athens, Sparta, and other important city-states.

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