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In March 1862, shortly before the end of Ottoman rule in Cyprus, a unique jar (creation of maybe 6th century) that adorned the kingdom of Amathus, loaded from the archaeological site in Cyprus onto a ship for France. Since then, the colossal jar has adorned the Louvre Museum. Το γιγαντιαίο πιθάρι της Αμαθούντας που εκτίθεται...
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Klara, Anne Marie Nicolaïdès, Sophi and Frédéric in Bayonne, a city in the Basque Country region of southwest France, where the Nive and Adour rivers meet. Narrow medieval streets characterize the old Grand Bayonne district. Η Κλάρα, Άννη Μαρί Νικολαΐδης, Σόφη και Φρεντερίκ στη Bayonne, μια πόλη στην περιοχή της Χώρας των Βάσκων της νοτιοδυτικής Γαλλίας,...
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River and maritime port, Sulina is the easternmost city of Romania and the European Union Σουλίνα – το πολυομολογιακό νεκροταφείο Ποτάμι και θαλάσσιο λιμάνι, η Sulina είναι η ανατολικότερη πόλη της Ρουμανίας και της Ευρωπαϊκής ΈνωσηςIt is located on the right bank of the Danube and became a summer tourist attraction in the 70s of...
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The Sulina town in Romania, brings sweet memories and nostalgia to Stefan Baciu.Stefan Baciu in the streets of Sulina town. April 26, 2024 Today I arrived at Sulina, the place where my parents used to come on vacation in the 70s. I arrived at the countryside and in front of the building where a restaurant...
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The Triumphal Arch and the Government House of Moldova alongside the main Stefan cel Mare si Sfant Boulevard – or – St.Stefan Boulevard By Alexander York It was a great pleasure to visit Chișinău, the capital of Moldova, a small landlocked country between eastern Romania and southern Ukraine. This brief adventure in April began 14...
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Classic Delta scenery By Alexander York The Duna Delta in Romania, where the locals know it as Delta Dunării, is a wonder and splendour in every sense. The greater part lies in far eastern Romania at the Black Sea, with a smaller part to the north in neighbouring Ukraine. Its surface area is some 4,152...
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By Alexander York Budapest & Beyond invites you not only to see the main features of this great capital. But to also show you the lesser-knowns here too. Many are relatively more nearby than perhaps expected. When I got beyond what’s obvious with the atmospheric Budapest tourist scene. My next quest was to see everything else....
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Snapshots by Pascal Nicolaides From Brittany, France Spring is known as ‘printemps’ in French, from Old French ‘prins’ (first) and ’temps’ (time as in weather). Springtime heralds the coming back to life after the long cold months of winter. Buds on the trees finally open up after having slept all winter. Leaves burst out of...
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Η «Πλωτή Περουβιανή Βιτρίνα», του Περουβιανού Ναυτικού στον Πειραιά BAP Union is the first sail training ship of the Peruvian Navy. It acts as a training vessel for officers and naval cadets and as a sailing ambassador, promoting Peru in its various voyages around the world. It was launched in 2015 after a three-year building...
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Any mention of Armenian cuisine must include khorovats (meat kebabs with vegetables); dolma (minced meat and rice wrapped in grape leaves); kufta (meatballs); bozbash (meat stew); spas (cold sour milk soup); the popular Armenian vegetarian food zhengyalov hats (flatbread with greens); amich (stuffed poultry). Demetra Athienitis, Seda Aghbalyan & Popi Nicolaides enjoy a rich armenian...
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