Greece is the cradle of Western civilization with a thousand-year history, paving the way for future generations. For connoisseurs of history and architecture, ancient castles, monasteries and
An ancient monastery outside Athens is recognized as one of the greatest masterpieces of the Byzantine Empire. Especially famous for its beautiful interior mosaics.
The Parthenon of the Acropolis of Athens is the most famous surviving building of Ancient Greece and one of the most famous in the whole world.
Built two years before the Parthenon, the temple of Hephaestus is a well-preserved ancient Greek monument with a view of the Athenian Agora.
The temple of Niki Afteros is dedicated to the goddess of war - the patroness of the city of Athens. The sculptor portrayed Nika without wings, as the townspeople did not want the goddess to leave Athens.
There are ruins of the temple of Zeus in Olympia, as well as the remains of the temple of Zeus of Olympia in Athens. Although both of these temples are almost destroyed, they still eloquently speak of the glory of ancient Greek architecture.
Metropolis is an important Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Archbishop of Athens and all of Hellas, as well as the largest church in Athens.
Athos is one of the most revered sacred mountains, where the only monastic republic in the world with an exclusively male population is located. The monasteries of Athos are listed in UNESCO as a real museum of priceless masterpieces.
The son of Zeus, Apollo was a very versatile god, but first of all, he was known as a prophet or prophetic god, and the temple of Apollo in Delphi is dedicated specifically to prophecy.
When you look at the fantastic landscape of monasteries soaring into the sky on stalagmitic spiers, you begin to understand why the monks chose this place of unearthly beauty to serve God.
Corinth played an important role in the missionary work of the apostle Paul in ancient Greece. And today, the historical monuments of Corinth attract many pilgrims and tourists.
The ruins of the ancient city of Greece and its main palace are the most striking relic of the Minoan culture, familiar with the legends of the Minotaur, enclosed in endless labyrinths, and the thread of Ariadne, pointing the way to Theseus.
Poseidon is the god of the seas and a temple in his honor was built near the sea on Cape Sounion. Although the Greek gods are immortal, they tend to feel, so the ancients did everything to make them happy.