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Discover the Photos of the Week, Latest blogs & Events 22-06
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This week's photo features a traditional view of the architecture of Parikia in Paros. The island is dressed in white and blue and is one of the most famous islands of the Aegean. Thousands of our members visit Paros every year and take photos. You can see more of them in our members' community! Explore!


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Thessaloniki: Suggested City Walks   Cyclades: The Special Architecture

 
Thessaloniki, known as the second capital of Greece, is a city of distinctive atmosphere, rich history and amazing lifestyle. If you are planning to visit Thessaloniki for the first time, we have gathered for you the following suggested walks to explore and get to know the city like a local!   The typical Cyclades architecture is what have made this island group so famous around the world. The sugar houses with flowered gardens, the white walls, the blue-domed churches and the paved paths create a fantastic fairyland to walk around and admire beauty in simplicity.
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Skopelos Film Festival for Youth   Sardine festivals in Greece

 
Is there a better way to help children and teenagers understand cinema art and their culture than collaborate to make short films? This is exactly the scope of Skopelos International Film Festival for Youth (SIFFY) that is organized since 2009 on the Greek island of Skopelos.   Due to its position and long history of naval life, Greece has always been very close to the sea and the marine world. Following this tradition, the Greeks have established various feasts that are dedicated to this connection with the sea, one of which is the sardine festival.
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