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... for St. Dimitris that most neighborhoods tend to have the day before and of a feast day. We stopped to grab some souvlaki and as I was taking a picture of the festivities, one of the men working at the souvlaki place stopped and let me take his picture. He ended our interaction by giving me a free cup full of loukoumades (a delicious Greek doughnut with melted chocolate drizzled on top). He was so sweet!
After roughly ...
We drove 5 hours north of Athens to this mystical
place. This morning we visited the
towering rock formations of Meteora. On
top of which are built the famous monasteries.
Views were breathtaking. Some of
the monasteries date to the 16th century. Meteora means “suspended in the air”. ...
... a estrada atravessa o desfiladeiro das termópilas.
Foi aqui que, em 480, um exército de cerca 7000 soldados chefiados por Leónidas I de Esparta deparou com uma força esmagadora de persas, Leónidas dominou o desfiladeiro durante alguns dias, mas os Persas conseguiram contorná-lo e atacar os gregos pelas costas. Apenas dois soldados gregos sobreviveram ao massacre.
... Monastery of St. Stephen and Monastery Roussanou are inhabited by nuns.
Listo of Monasteries:
- The Holy Monastery of Great Meteoron
- The Holy Monastery of Varlaam
- The Holy Monastery of Rousanou/St. Barbara
- The Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas Anapausas
- The Holy Monastery of St. Stephen
- The Monastery of the Holy ...
... places left in Greece where people are dressed in traditional costumes. The older women of course wear theirs, mostly during the weekends.
Locals speak a Vlach dialect which sounds like Latin.
Through the whole central square there are benches where locals gather for their daily gossip, and exchanging the latest news. Most of them hold their sticks – glitsas as they are called in Greek, and ...
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