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  Greece


cwo3ward @ 11/ 06/ 2009
St. John the Apostle was exiled to Patmos, where he lived in a cave and wrote the Book of Revelation.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 07/ 2009
Emperors Nero and Hadrian started construction on the Corinth Canal. Both ultimately failed.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 21/ 2009
The monastery was built by John Christodoulos, who was a Greek Orthodox priest. The monastery took three years to build. It is heavily fortified, because in those days, pirates were a concern and a very real threat.
cwo3ward @ 11/ 24/ 2009
The Lion Gate (the citadel at Mycenae) is a world famous, UNESCO World Heritage site.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 12/ 2009
A beehive tomb that is also called the Tomb of Agamemnon.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 12/ 2009
Oia is where the famous pictures of the blue and white Greek churches come from.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 20/ 2009
The Parthenon is massive in size and incredible in detail.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 20/ 2009
The Erechtheion has the famous "Porch of the Caryatids".
cwo3ward @ 12/ 20/ 2009
The theater has been restored and is again used for dramatic performances.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 20/ 2009
The theatre is very old and is expecting some restoration work soon.
cwo3ward @ 12/ 20/ 2009
The Arch of Hadrian was built as a monument to the Roman Emperor.
cwo3ward @ 01/ 02/ 2010
The theater is acoustically perfect. Up in the stands, you can hear a match being struck.
Petal @ 02/ 20/ 2012
The modern day Olympic Games got their start here in 776 B.C.

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