Hotel Stadion

Apollonos 21, Delphi, Central Greece, 33054, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Delphi

Holy Hand!

A travel blog entry by gritttle


... where the body of St. Loukas still rests. The outside of the monastery was similar to the other monasteries we had seen before, however it was a little bigger. Walking through a small opening we viewed the body of St. Loukas. You could only see the HAND of his corpus but it was kind of strange. We went down in the sarcophagus of where St. Loukas was once buried. It was an interesting experience at the monastery , one I wont ...

Why is everything so nice?

A travel blog entry by krackenrod1888

... as the previous to. The main difference was that there was a massive courtyard. It seemed as if they welcomed the idea of guests but still had the ability to isolate themselves from society. The space seemed much grander and there was the body of St. Luke out for display. Some people took pictures of the body where as others thought it would be disrespectful ...

Temple at Delphi - Apollo and Pronea Athena

A travel blog entry by lisaknitter


... killed. Delphi honors Apollo's victory, and the Oracle is called Pythia for that reason. The Pythian games involved everything from musical competitions to athletic events. There was stadium built for that purpose, which sat 7000 people and was 179 meters long (compare that to the 192 meters of the original Olympian stadium, stationed at the Olympic sanctuary for Zeus).

When we were in the museum dedicated to the Delphi ...

Ruins at Delphi

A travel blog entry by madtram93


... leg slightly in front of the other. These Kouros statues are called the "Twins of Argos." Later in the museum we saw the famous statue of the boy and chariot, which is made of bronze and was created in 480 B.C. After touring the museum we went to another monastery. We traveled to the Monastery of Osios Loukas. This monastery is dedicated to St. Luke and four monks live here. In the 10th and 11th centuries ...


A travel blog entry by bnnashton


... by far the most striking feature of the sanctuary in its prime, and several large columns still stand imposingly over the scenery. Unfortunately, few of the statutes survive that surrounded the altar. We were able to view one of the surviving figures, a male charioteer, in the museum. There were also three other elaborate altar statutes in the museum, and they are believed to be Apollo and his family. Other museum highlights include the ...


This hotel, located on Apollonos 21, Delphi, is near Delphi Ruins, Marmaria, Oracle, and Delphi Museum.
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