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New season – new hope

In July, we conduct regular monitoring of the Egyptian vultures in order to check some of the territories under question and identify the number of the chicks in the nests.
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Agia Marina, Lygourio

During our spring trip to ancient Epidavros, we made a brief lunch stop near the site of an ancient pyramid (yep, pyramids in Greece. who knew.) Although we were given a talk about the geology of the area by a local archaeologist, I was distracted by the possibility of food and by this lovely post-Byzantine church, dedicated to Saint Marina. 17 more words


Panathinaikos signs Bochoridis

Young guard Bochoridis to Panathinaikos for five years, Janis Strelnieks in Germany for Brose Baskets Bamberg


How to make your family plead for a museum day

With only a few days in Athens, before we explore the rest of Greece, I had a long list of sites to see. We bought the combination Acropolis ticket that included access to the Acropolis and six other archeological sites, good over four days. 155 more words



Up to this day it has been a beautiful summer, sun, sea and peaceful evening sessions. We are photographing all over the island, but one village is cut of the everybody’s attention- Megalochori, the oldest traditional village on the Santorini island. 26 more words


Top 10 beaches of the Mediterranean

Traveling to Europe during the summer can be so much more than just visiting old buildings and museums. This is our selection of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean, although there are many more to discover. 737 more words