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Top 5 Greek Mythological Creatures

Top 5 Greek Mythological Creatures
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5 Ancient Greek Inventions

Hydraulic clock (clock): Invention of Alexandros Ktimacios, considered as one of the pioneers of automation. It was based on the beginning of the hourglass and could be used in the night or in cloudy weather (generally without the sun).
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History of Macedonia

Macedonia is a geographic and historical region of Northern Greece. It’s the largest and most populous region and it’s Capital Thessaloniki has 1.057.825 people according to the 2017 census. Thessaloniki is also the second largest city in Greece and Macedonia’s largest port followed by Kavala.
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Xenia

Xenia is the ancient Greek concept of hospitality, the generosity and courtesy shown to those who are far from home and/or associates of the person bestowing guest-friendship.
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ZEUS, THE KING OF GODS

Zeus was the king of the Olympian gods and the supreme deity in Greek Religion. Often referred to as the Father, as the god of thunder and the ‘cloud-gatherer’, he controlled the weather, offered signs and omens and generally dispensed justice, guaranteeing order amongst both the gods and humanity from his seat high on Mt. Olympus.
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Greek corner for breakfast at Xenios Anastasia Resort & Spa 5*

Every region of Greece, depending on the climatic conditions, the soil, products and the historical interchange of its inhabitants, has formed a particular gastronomic culture and local cuisine.
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Xenios Anastasia Resort & Spa 5* - Excellence in Sustainability

Having met all the criteria of Travelife, Xenios Anastasia Resort & Spa 5* is very proud of being one of the 8 Hotels in Halkidiki and one of the 110 Hotels in Greece of joining the Travelife family.
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What do we know about olives?

The first signs of the cultivation of the olive tree appear in 3500 BC in Palestine. In Greece, however, mention of the olive appears with the advent of writing.
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Aristotle – the pride of Halkidiki

A disciple of the great Greek philosopher Plato, Aristotle came to this world to change the notion of scientific methodology and the surrounding reality.
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Mastic is a gift of Greece

Mastic is a shrub cultivated on the Greek island of Chios. Mastic is a resinous fine substance that is exclusively a Greek product. It has been classified as a product of Protected Origin since 1997. Natural mastic - a tear of mastic tree, is an agricultural product, featuring a unique place of origin and production method, as well as unique properties and a variety of applications.
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A house by the sea – make your dreams come true

Surely many of you have thought about buying a house by the sea. Greece is an amazing country where the hospitality of the locals is combined with a magnificent climate, a century-old history of the region, colorful traditions, incredibly tasty local Mediterranean cuisine and numerous beaches.
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Edessa – where the waterfalls fall

Edessa is the capital of the prefecture of Pella - the birthplace of Alexander the Great. The history of the town of Edessa, one of the most important of ancient Greece, has been unceasing since its creation until today. With natural riches and built on the Rock, due to its strategic position, it has been attracting conquerors from the neighboring countries.
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THE HISTORY OF GREEK WINE

Wine in Greece is included in the five basic elements of the local diet along with water, salt, oil and cereals, since it has been always closely related to the culture and to the religion of the region.
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VipTrip - online сервис для тех, кто любит путешествовать самостоятельно.

The new online service VipTrip is an ideal solution for those who prefer to book a vacation by their own and are seeking for comfort and complete safety.
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10 delicious dishes to try in Greece

Greek cuisine is based on the variety of colorful and flavorful local foods. Greeks use a lot of vegetables, olive oil, grains, fish, wine, and meat (including lamb, poultry, rabbit and pork). Other ingredients include olives, feta cheese, eggplant, zucchini, lemon juice, herbs, bread and yoghurt.
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Halkidiki. Museums & More

Apart from the endless possibilities for summer holidays on the beach, Halkidiki with its rich history and folk tradition can satisfy all the range of the interests of its visitors.
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A GLANCE AT THE HISTORY OF NEA SKIONI

The modern village of Nea Skioni was founded in 1918, in110 km away from Thessaloniki, on the site of a small fishing village, near the ancient city of Skioni, which once existed here. The new settlement was named after the ancient Skioni with a small prefix "nea", which is translated into Russian as "new". The first town of Skioni is considered to be the oldest colony on the peninsula of Chalkidiki.
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Start your day with a cup of Greek coffee

Greek coffee is hot like the sand on summer and fragrant like a sea breeze. The statistics says that the annual consumption of coffee in Greece reaches 5.5 kg per person. Drinking coffee is a vital part of the Greek culture and a whole daily ritual.
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Let’s take a walk in Thessaloniki. Aristotle Square.

Aristotelous Square (or Platia Aristotelous in Greek) is the main square of Thessaloniki, one of the most famous places in Greece and almost synonymous with the city of Thessaloniki itself. It is used for many cultural events, such as the annual Christmas party and the Documentary Festival. Being an important tourist attraction it features various cafes and bars that make it popular with the locals as well.
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