Acropolis: The Golden Crown of Athens

Once upon a time, there was a sacred area on the top of a hill where the worships prayed for their precious deity Athena, the protector of the goddess of the city. This place was so beautiful that whoever passed by was enchanted by the decorations of buildings which are surrounded by many statues. Years went on and the hill witnessed many catastrophic events, wars, earthquakes still preserved its beauty.

People call ancient establishment Acropolis which means high land in Greek, and there is an inhabitation place for more than 5000 years. The most recent establishment was 2500 years ago. In Acropolis, every building is another monument with a different architectural structure. Each building crowns the hill in harmony and has its own story. (more…)

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Discovering Sicily Part 1: Big Cities

Are you a nature lover? Sicily also offers natural walking tours over the mountain Etna. This gigantic active volcano of Europe lies in the north east part of the island having 135 recorded eruptions in history. Etna’s last eruption happened on 16 March 2017, and it caused the injury of 10 people. Mountain Etna has even been mentioned in Greek mythology, the “God of Fire” lives on the steep valleys of the mountain. (more…)

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Holiday Experience in Tenerife: The biggest Canary Island

The Canaries are a chain of volcanic islands named as Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma, El Hierro and Tenerife. Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean, west of North Africa. When you look from above or to a satellite view, what you notice is a volcanic peak on the southern side of the island. This precious sight belongs to Mountain Teide, which is the highest peak of Canaries and Spain.

Tenerife has shaped over a couple of eruptions, and the last one occurred at the beginning of 20th century. A formerly, Teide was in the 15th century, and Christopher Columbus reported in his travel journal about seeing a great fire coming from Orotava Valley when he was on his way to discover the new word in 1492. (more…)

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