Aghioi Anargyroi

Aghioi Anargyroi

This church is situated just next to the road that goes towards the airport, around 500 meters away from the town of Kardamena. The church was built by the inhabitants of Old Kardamaina after they left...
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Aspri Petra

Views out of Aspri Petra

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Views from the cliff just below the Aghios Ioannis church near Mastichari

 The cliffs just below the church of Aghios Ioannis offer an astounding viewpoint on the shoreline east and west as well as on the islands opposite…. The sunset is quite a sight, and I...
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The Church of Aghios Ioannis in Mastichari

 The Aghios Ioannis church is situated around two kilometers west of the village of Mastichari overlooking the sea. A festival takes place there in honor of St John on the 29th of August.
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The Hippocratic Oath

The Hippocratic Oath is probably Hippocrates’ greatest contribution to Medicine. This text was written some 2.500 years ago by Hippocrates or by some of his followers and has been sworn to for...
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St Gabriel Basilica

The St Gabriel Basilica is situated on the road that leads to Psalidi, less than a kilometer east of Kos Town. This early Byzantine Basilica was excavated in the 1930s by the Italians.  The...
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The Beach in front of the Theologos church

Although this beach is a little unfriendly as it is mostly a pebble beach, it is relatively secluded and offers a stunning view of an unblemished natural environment. I would encourage you to take a walk...
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The Aubergines that become Moussaka

Aubergines are one of the most abundant vegetables produced on the island of Kos because they are available throughout the summer and the climate favors them. The actual plant is around...
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An Overview of Zeus and His Role In Ancient Greece

By Richard Monk Zeus is where any discussion of ancient Greek deities should start. In Greek religion, Zeus represented the ultimate god and power. An Overview of Zeus and His Role In Ancient Greece The...
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The Evolution of Greek Sculpture From 600 BCE – 150 BCE

By Sharon L. Green Greek sculpture “evolved” throughout, and paralleled the historical significances of this ancient civilization through three major historical periods. We see how for the...
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