Epidaurus is one of the most important ancient sites in Greece. It is situated in the eastern Peloponnese, 62km south of the Corinthian Canal and belongs to the prefecture of Argolis. Epidaurus was a sanctuary of Asclepius, god of healing, son of Apollo. To be exact, Epidaurus was the most popular h...

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Epidaurus. (ˌ | ɛ | p | ɪ | ˈ | d | ɔr | ə | s; Ἐπίδαυρος Epidauros) was a small city (polis ) in ancient Greece , at the Saronic Gulf . ...

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Veroia is the capital of Imathia Prefecture and a commercial centre of Macedonia. The city is built on the eastern slopes of Mt. Vernio, at an altitude of 50m. Most people merely pass through Veroia but the city is fascinating. It has more than 40 churches and a lovely old part, full of traditional ...

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Imathia. (Ημαθία imaˈθia. is one of the regional units of Greece . It is part of the region of Central Macedonia . The capital of Imathia is ...

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Alonissos is the calmest of the Northern Sporades islands. With a surface area of about 130km², it is inhabited by approximately 2,700 people. Tourism grows at a slow pace; natural beauty and amazing beaches are the main poles of attraction to this island. Crystal clear waters, dense pineforests, s...

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also transliterated as Alonissos or Alonisos, is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea . After Skiathos and Skopelos it is the third member ...

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Kythnos or Thermia is an untouched island that attracts mostly Greeks who come here for its many spas, all located in the northeastern part of the island. The water here is supposed to have medicinal properties. The surface area of Kythnos is about 100km² with just 1500 inhabitants. The island belo...

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Kythnos (Κύθνος) is a Greek island and municipality in the Western Cyclades between Kea and Serifos . It is 56 | nmi | km | 0 from the ...

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Belonging to the Dodecanese, but closer to the Cyclades cluster, Astypalea is a charming destination with a typical Cycladic landscape. Shaped as a butterfly, Astypalea is 18km long, 13km wide and covers an area of about 99km.

The coast is rocky, and the beaches mainly pebbly. The main po...

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Places : Villages: Astypalea or Chora (pop. 1,036), Analipsi or Maltezana (149), Livadi (39), Vathi (14) Notable people : Onesicritus (c.360- ...

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