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... sea urchins clinging to the rocks, the sea is beautiful and clear and the waves are barely lapping into the bay. We were hoping for a lovely sunset but some clouds appeared on the horizon and spoilt it. Once the sun had set we moved indoors, without the suns warmth there was a cool draught coming down from the mountains. After tea when Les took Logan out the smallest of the resident cats was outside, we gave it some food and water, which it soon devoured with the help of the other ...
... their first time in Greece. As the story goes, when they arrived in Delphi, Artemis was frightened by a large dragon. Apollo killed the beast to calm his sister and buried the body. Upon moving the dragon, he discovered a fissure leaking strange fumes from the land in Delphi. Upon inhalation, Apollo experienced complete enlightenment. Apollo decided to make Delphi his permanent residence, which is why the ...
This morning we ventured out to the archaeological site
of Delphi. For centuries, this site was central to Ancient Greek religion and
culture. The Temple of Apollo, although little of the original structure
survives today, was said to be particularly magnificent. Further up the
mountain is the ancient theater. Originally built in the fourth century, this theater
can seat up to ...
... the way up the Sacred Way, both sides,all the way up to the Temple of Apollo - full of treasures, gold, ivory, sculptures, statues, you name it - it was xmas every day for the Oracle! Can you imagine being one of the team of French archaeologists who unearthed them all, I mean this place was an absolute find!
Incidentally there was a chasm beneath the Temple of Apollo which gave off a gas and it is widely reported that the priestess spoke ...
Delphi was home of the most important oracle of the classical Greek world, Pythia, and the Temple of Apollo, where the oracle presided. Delphi is located in a mountainous region about 75 miles west of Athen. The Bay of Corinth can be seen from Delphi. Ancient Greeks considered it to be the most beautiful place in the world and described it as the center, literally "naval", of the world. The temple is located on ...