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10 reasons why a day-trip to Meteora is not enough!

10 reasons why a day-trip to Meteora is not enough!

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Written by: Marina Yoveva If you are at all like me and love traveling the world, then surely you have heard of one of the most fascinating places on planet earth – Meteora. It’s one of the most breathtaking and historical destinations that remain today. That said, I’ve always been confused as to why people

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Meteora Wines, past and present

Meteora Wines, past and present

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Winemaking during my childhood I still remember my grandpa in his small primitive distillery every October to gather along with many other villagers, all close friends, and relatives from Kastraki to produce the wine and tsipouro. The winemaking of the year was considered to be a unique opportunity, especially for men, to socialize, away from

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The Byzantine church of Meteora, Templars and hidden symbols (Part 2)

The Byzantine church of Meteora, Templars and hidden symbols (Part 2)

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Knights Templars and the church’s hidden history In Part 1 we discussed the connection of the Byzantine church in Kalambaka with the local mythology, the ancient religion, and the general historical context in which the Knights Templars left evidence of their presence here at Meteora. In this part, we’ll present exclusively and for the first

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The Byzantine church of Meteora, Knights Templars and hidden symbols (Part 1)

The Byzantine church of Meteora, Knights Templars and hidden symbols (Part 1)

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The untold story of Kalambaka’s Byzantine church  In the old part of Kalambaka town, right beneath the giant cliffs of Meteora lies an elusive and relatively unknown monument. The locals know it as the Byzantine church. It’s the oldest standing monument of the entire Meteora region, with a truly fascinating story embedded on its walls,

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