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Travel Blogs from Olympia
... of Pouri. You should have in mind though that the road down the hill is extremely steep and winding all the way down. At some point we thought the brakes caught fire!
I was so scared with the smell of the brakes at that time that I wanted to get back to the main road before it gets dark so I did not enjoy that outing very much.
Now that I see my photos and remember the wild beauty ...
... noon and the priest has gone home. In the place where this church stands today there was a very old church which was destroyed 59 years ago by an earthquake.
MUSEUM: Several pieces of art of the sculptor Nicola are to be found in the manor by the square of the village. They are here since 1992. The phone is +30 24280 93100 and the Museum remains open from May until November.
... the rules of the games. A statue would be made detailing their name, name of their city and crime which would then be erected along the entrance to the stadium. This shamed the athletes and their city for a long period and acted as a reasonably good deterrernt though when I think of doing it today there would be far too many statues required.
The archeological site of Olympia sits at ...
... in the area.
***The Monastery lies in the area of Agios Georgios of Nilia and it is only 21km from Volos, so if you happen to be around I urge you to visit it. It is sure that you won’t be disappointed whether you are a Christian or not, -not to mention the breathtaking view!
You will find more about the Monastery through the link below.
... to the Metropolis Youth Campsite which is almost attached to the Monastery. I am not going to refer to its history which can easily be found on the net, but I want to thank the Mother Superior who was so humble and discreet and welcomed me upstairs to the Monastery's dorter (archontariki). It is the place where nuns welcome their guests.
I miss her ...