Greece, Part II

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    Nikos Goodbye, thanks for the kindness of the posts that I attend, which although not mine, I do not know pps. Refereencia I've always done this, because only only shared what he thought beautiful. Thanks, Irene.

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    Adeus Nikos, obrigada pela gentileza de frequentar as postagens que faço, que apesar de não serem minhas, eu não sei fazer pps. Eu sempre fiz refereencia a isto, pois só só compartilhava o que achava bonito.

    Abraços, Irene.

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  • Thanks for sharing dear Irene. Wish you a beautiful Sunday! Best greetings from Greece. I wish you also a wonderful new week. Nikos
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Greece, Part II

  1. 1. If you want to listen the Greek National Anthem, please click down and give someseconds to the Real Player to download: The Greek National Anthem
  2. 2. SECOND PART Imagery and text : compiled from several Net sites Conception and format : Delza Dias Ferreira delzadfer@gmail.comRevision and English version : Flavio Musa de Freitas Guimarães Musics : Melina Merkouri - Ta paidia tou Pirea Mikis Theodorakis – “Syrtaki” http://culturesandart.blogspot.com
  3. 3. Greece (Greek: Ελλάδα ), officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country whose mainland and most of its islands are in southeastern Europe, situated on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula. Ancient Greece is often referred to as "the cradle of Western civilization”. The first known Greek civilizations dates from 3000 B. C. Administratively, Greece consists of 13 peripheries subdivided into a total of 54 prefectures. There is also one autonomous area, Mount Athos (Agio Oros, "Holy Mountain"), in Macedonia Periphery. 1. Attica 2. Central Greece – Continental 3. Central Macedonia 4. Crete 5. East Macedonia and Thrace 6. Epirus 7. Ionean Islands 8. North Aegean 9. Peloponese Column 450-330 B. C. 10. South Aegeanphoto by Aimilios Petrou 11. Thessaly 12. West Greece 13. West Macedonia
  4. 4. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - The Arch of Galerius
  5. 5. Greece – 3 Central MacedoniaThessaloniki - Aristotelous Square. Thessaloniki is Greeces second largest city and a major economic, industrial, commercial and cultural center.
  6. 6. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - Iktinou street in the center
  7. 7. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - a magical city
  8. 8. Greece – 3 Central MacedoniaThessaloniki - Aristotelous Square with Olympion Theatre on the left.
  9. 9. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - The seafront Nikis Avenue
  10. 10. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - Thessaloniki City Walls
  11. 11. Greece – 3 Central Macedonia Thessaloniki - Music Hall
  12. 12. Greece – 3 Central MacedoniaPart of Thessalonikis old market (Modiano-Kapani)
  13. 13. Greece – 4 Crete Heraklion or Iraklion
  14. 14. Greece – 4 Crete. Agios Nikolaos at sunset
  15. 15. Greece – 4 CreteVergina - A diadem from 4th century BC discovered in one of the Macedonian royal tombs.
  16. 16. Greece – 4 CreteHania - the old Venetian port. Hania is one of the most beautiful Greek towns and the old port, one of the most romantic places in Greece.
  17. 17. Greece – 4 CreteTertsa - one of a few hippies living on Crete and his donkey
  18. 18. Greece – 4 CreteRethimno - an old Venetian port
  19. 19. Greece – 4 CreteLasithi - Christos Neophytou
  20. 20. Greece – 5 East Macedonia Xanthi - on the road to Fanari
  21. 21. Greece – 5 East Macedonia Kavala from Citadel
  22. 22. Greece – 8 North AeteanChios – Pirgi – a place where somebody has a chance to live in medieval houses with modern conveniences.
  23. 23. Greece – 8 North AeteanMolyvos (Mythymna) – Lesvos – meal in a restaurant…
  24. 24. Greece – 8 North Aetean .Chios – Avgonima – A village of 11th century. The houses are built of stone with characteristic small windows which were used as loopholes against possible attacks of pirates.
  25. 25. Greece – 13 West Macedonia Kastoria - Greek dancers
  26. 26. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Dodekanisos Rhodes - Commercial Harbor and Arnaldus Gate
  27. 27. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Dodekanisos Rhodes - Comercial Harbor
  28. 28. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Antiparos - parade at national day 25 Mars
  29. 29. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Naoussa - Naoussas Carnival Festivities
  30. 30. Greece – 10 South Aegean - KykladesSantorini – Fira – Fira is the capital of the island .
  31. 31. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Tinos
  32. 32. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Santorini - Fira, Caldera - Nea Kameni
  33. 33. Greece – 10 South Aegean - KykladesSantorini – Oia - arrival, with view of the donkey trail
  34. 34. Greece – 10 South Aegean - KykladesSantorini – Oia - the city is at the top of the caldera of a volcano
  35. 35. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Koufonissia - nude and dance
  36. 36. Greece – 10 South Aegean - KykladesMykonos - Taverns below the Church of the Panagia Portiano.
  37. 37. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Syros
  38. 38. Greece – 10 South Aegean - Kyklades Now… from Syros, we leave the Islands…
  39. 39. while…
  40. 40. … somewhere in Greece ,a happy man dances “Syrtaki”...
  41. 41. The End

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