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... across the crossing only to be overtaken the pedestrians were nearly wiped out!! Now I drive through pedestrian crossings like everyone else. When I am a pedestrian I put my hand out making sure that my intentions are clear otherwise we would still be waiting to cross!!
On the open roads signs are everywhere however they are largely ignored. You could say that the signs are a waste of money. Certainly no ...
... dating between 1348 and 1380, are a very rare surviving late Byzantine cycle, crucial for the understanding of Byzantine art.
Mystras was also the last centre of Byzantine scholarship; the Neoplatonist philosopher George Gemistos Plethon lived there until his death in 1452. He and other scholars based in Mystras influenced the Italian Renaissance, especially after he accompanied the emperor John ...
... not just an 'overnight’ hotel or if you could rent the rooms by the hour!
Saturday 5th July
The next morning we got up nice and early so that we could go and see the acropolis before we left, the tram system was pretty straight forward so we made our way and spent a couple of hours looking around. It was soooo cool, the Pantheon is really quite grand sitting high on the hill and the theatres were still pretty well intact. We ...
... dated to the Mycenaean period, and manmade structures have existed on it since at least 1000 BCE. The ancient polis of Kalaureia was home to an asylum dedicated to Poseidon, the ruins of which are still accessible on a hilltop close to the town. In Byzantine times, Poros and other islands were often raided by pirates. During the Ottoman rule Poros remained independent, and helped neighbouring islands after the start of the Greek War of Independence. With the Treaty ...
What does a snake coiled around a staff have to do with medicine and doctors ?
We found out when we visited the Epidaurus, an ancient and celebrated healing center of the classical world. Famed and revered as far away as Rome as a place of miraculous healing, visitors came great distances to the Sanctuary of Asclepius, the god of medicine, to seek a cure for their ailments.
According to legend, Asclepius was the son ...