Evridiki Apartments

Anaktoron 5, Vergina, Macedonia Region, 59031, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Anaktoron 5, Vergina.
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    Last day of beautiful Athens

    A travel blog entry by joshmcrae on Sep 06, 2014

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    After an awesome feed and some laughs GVI even organised a shuttle bus to take me back to Athens. They took me right to the front door of my hotel. Global Vision International have gained my respect. What they do for endangered animals and the volunteers is just amazing and to see how much they care about both is also just amazing! Without a doubt would recommend for anyone from a ...

    A Little Larceny Never Harmed Anybody

    A travel blog entry by hermes.olympia on Apr 01, 2014

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    I'm back! Really been trying to test my power lately, thought I'd give myself a little challenge. So I just snuck into Apollo's farm, totally managed to steal his entire herd without him knowing! When they started moving i saw their hoof marks in the ground pointing right to me, and we couldn't have that now could we. So, in a stroke of genius, I put their hoofs backwards! So now no one knows where they could've gone! Ha! Good luck Apollo, I totally outdid myself here!


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    Land of the Virgin

    A travel blog entry by judi.johnson on Feb 10, 2014

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    So yesterday we took this amazing trip to Vergina. Here we saw the Royal Tombs of King Philip (Father of Alexander the Great). I've always dreamed of actually seeing something ancient, but never imagined it would be anything like this. When you walk in, it looks like a typical museum with all kinds of ancient artifacts. They have descriptions of each display case. Essentially it was a lot of the artifacts and treasures found within the tombs. Two of the four uncovered were already ...

    Down to the underground graves!

    A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 19, 2014

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    Today was a very busy day. We headed from Kavala straight to Thessaloniki. This is the second place of St. Paul after his planting of Kavala. So we learned more about the church he started in Thessaloniki. Once we arrived to Thessaloniki we observed the entire city at the Great Wall, and received a few history points about the city. We then headed to The church of Agios Dimitrios. This church was the biggest and most important church of the city. In 1917 the church caught ...

    Vergina

    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 19, 2014

    The death of Phillip 2 involved two assassinations - first, the Emperor was killed, and then the killer was assassinated. Because of this, we don't know why Phillip was killed, but there are two main theories - either one of his ex-wives became vengeful or his political enemies wanted him dead. Phillip's son, Alexander the Great, was responsible for the burial by cremation on a funeral pyre. Once the body had been burned, the bones were washed with wine and ...