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Natural Feature
“The idea of building a canal through the Isthmus of Corinth (which connects the Peloponnese to the rest of Greece) was conceived by the tyrant Periander in the sixth century BC. However, it was only completed during the period 1882-1893, after modern Greece gained independence. Involving an excavation up to 80 meters in depth, the canal is 6.3 kilometers long, 23 meters wide, and eight meters deep, and can take vessels of up to 10,000 tons. ”
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“For those who wish to travel to past centuries and have a taste of local traditions, the visit to the Historical and Folklore Museum, in the historic centre of Kalamata, is necessary. ”
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“If you wish to enjoy a greek souvlaki & the greek fast food in the absolute local way, then walk up to the main street in the traditional village of Marathos & you'll find this nice family-run place.”
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“Lake Doxa is an artificial lake at an altitude of 900 meters, located in Ancient Feneo of Corinth. Its construction was completed in the late 1990s, relying on the Doxa torrent flowing into that area.”
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“This place is right in the heart of the city,great architecture,great food,drinks,sweats and coffee.You can sit there relaxing when you watch the people come and go.”
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Andre gode udendørsoplevelser
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Natural Feature
“Visit one of the most famous beaches in Europe and enjoy the golden sand beaches and the graphic village for shopping, coffee or food ”
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Natural Feature
“Tsivlos (Greek: Τσιβλός) is a small mountain village in the municipality of Akrata, Achaea, Greece. It is part of the community Platanos. In 2011, it had a population of 9. It is built on the slopes of Mount Chelmos (Aroania), above the river Krathis, at about 750m elevation. Tsivlos was mentioned as the settlement of Civlò in the census of the Venetian Francesco Grimani in 1700; it had 33 families and 148 inhabitants.[2] Until 1912, Tsivlos was a part of the municipality of Nonakrida. The village was part of the municipality of Akrata since 1998. In 2011 it became part of the new municipality Aigialeia. On Sunday March 24, 1912, a large volume of rocks and soil fell from the nearby mountain of Gerakari which devastated the village of Sylivena and fell into the Krathis river. The river water flooded a large part of Tsivlos, creating a lake with a depth of 80m and an area of around 200 hectares. Tsivlos is located 12 km southwest of Akrata, 12 km northeast of Kalavryta and 11 km south of Platanos.”
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“In the centre of the Messenian capital, at 23rd of March Square, the Temple of Saint Apostles is of great historical importance. Built during the Byzantine period, the temple has found a place in history, since it was there on the 23rd of March 1821 where the doxology for the liberation of Kalamata took place. At this first doxology, in a free territory, Th. Kolokotronis, P. Mavromichalis, Papaflessas, Nikitaras and other warriors of the Greek Revolution were present. The church was built in the beginning of the 14th century by Emperor Andronikos. It was of smaller size at first, but it is considered that subsequently it was extended. The temple had to be restored, after the damages because of the strong earthquakes in 1892 and 1986. Currently, it belongs to the Holy Metropolis of Messenia and every year on the 23rd of March a doxology takes place in honor of the heroes of 1821. The customs also include the re-enactments of the liberation of the city, before the parade. ”
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“Acrocorinth was fortified in ancient times, and its defences were maintained and developed during the Byzantine, Frankish, Turkish, and Venetian periods. Its walls now measure almost two kilometers in length. ”
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“The capital of Interior Mani and one of the most touristic villages in the wider region is a well-preserved settlement with stone alleys, well-kept tower-houses and stone-built Guest houses. In the center of the village there is the large square with the statue of Petrombei Mavromichalis, where on Saturdays, the local producers set up their benchs and sell their local products. Around the square you will find many shops, taverns, cafes and the municipal library. Walk towards to the traditional part of the settlement and admire the towers (distinguished the tower of Stylianos Mavromichalis, Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis, Barelakou and Pikoulaki).”
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Surf Spot
“"Voidokilia" beach is the gem of Messinia and one of the best beaches in the world according to "The Times". Its beauty attracts people from all over the world who want to swim in the emerald water. Note:Take with you a beach umbrella, something to eat and water beacuse there are no shops around. Distance: 24 km Time: 30 minutes by car”
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“The War Museum served as the first military school in Greece. Located on Amalias street. ”
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“Train buffs shouldn't miss a visit to the Municipal Railway Park, a 5.4 hectare open-air museum with restored 19th century station, a variety of engines, wagons and other rail-related exhibits as well as recreational facilities. ”
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“1) For art lovers, you can not miss the Heraion of Perachora (Hera sanctuary), an important archaeological site located on the end of the peninsula 26 min (19 km). 2) Visit the Roman Villa of 50 BC about at Katunistra, where it was still noticed the thermal springs that surrounded, 8 min (4 km). 3) Visit the Corinthian canal 13 min (7,5 km) 4) The ancient road, Diolkos, carrying ships from the Gulf of Corinth to the Saronic Gulf and vice versa 10 min (3,6 km) 5) Ossios Patapios Monastery is located high up in the mountain above Loutraki. Admiring the whole Corinthian Gulf and Saronic Gulf area the view is just gorgeous 17 min (8.1km).”
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Historic Site
“ Archaeological site known for its unique, well-preserved temple built between 450 and 400 BC ”
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