Dina Apartments

Skála Potamiás, Thásos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 64004, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Skála Potamiás

Crypt & Tombs

A travel blog entry by itravel114

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... maneuvering in and out of others with their chunk of communion bread in their hands. We took in the large, overly extravagant décor of this basilica. Magnificent columns line the outside of the church while the iconography was near the apse at the front of the church. This is where the sacrament of communion was taking place when we arrived. Nena pointed out the different aspects of the decoration and took us over to see the relic of St. Demetrius ...

Ancient City of Philippi

A travel blog entry by madtram93

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We visited the ancient city of Philippi which was our first site with ruins in Greece. Saint Paul visited here during his ministry in 49 or 50 A.D. and was put in jail here for a time. Within the city we visited different excavations, including the Forum, the Philippian jail and the Egnatian Way. We saw one archaeological site there that has tombs and beautiful mosaic flooring overtop of the dig site. On one portion of the mosaic flooring Paul's name is written in ancient Greek, ...

Baptistry of St. Lydia

A travel blog entry by bnnashton

At Phillipi, we visited a baptistry that is believed to correspond with the river that St. Lydia was baptized in (according to Greek Orthodox tradition). There was a small shrine near the baptistry honoring Lydia.

The inside of the baptistry was ornate and had mosaics and wall paintings. We sang "Sing Me to Heaven" in a circular formation, and it was very interesting to hear the echo of the sound go through the roughly round building.

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We're in Ruinnsss

A travel blog entry by gritttle

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 Our first day in Greece began with a trip to the ancient city of Philippi. This site was quite different from that of Ephesus because it was still in its recovered state as opposed to in Espeus where things are recovered and built up to what it was imagined to be. Philippi had be destroyed by an earthquake which ruined many of the great structures. Our tour guide Nena explained that for this site and the many other we were going to see, they are in the condition ...

Oh hi there Paul's Prison

A travel blog entry by krackenrod1888

We woke up today to go and see the ruins of the Ancient City Philippi. It neither was not nearly as large as Ephesus nor was it as well preserved. In the past, there have been earthquakes which have been destroying part of the preservation but it was still incredible to see. This prosperous city still holds concerts in modern day by providing seats to 7000 people. While there, Josh, Maddie, and Kenny were able to ...

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This hotel, located in Skála Potamiás, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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