Herc-Fu or how Hercules beat the Nemean Lion – a novelization based on Greek Mythology

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Those who know me, know that I love telling stories. So today, on our virtual journey, I’m going to take you to Thebes, birthplace of Heracles (better known as Hercules). Taking my cue from one of the exhibits in the … Continue reading


The Portara of Naxos

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Today, our virtual journey will take us to Naxos, the largest of the Cycladic islands. Endowed with more resources (such as arable land, emery and fine quality marble) than most of the others, the island flourished during the archaic period … Continue reading


The Asklepeion of Athens

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I should have thought of it earlier. In fact it should have been one of the first stops of this “virtual journey in Greece,” if not the very first. Obviously, during a time of pandemic, it makes sense to visit … Continue reading


Photo of the week: the Tholos of Delphi

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Every round building in ancient Greece was called tholos. This is the tholos of Delphi, taken on a clear spring day. The columns of the temple of Apollo are clearly visible in the background. Delphi is 3-3,5 hours’ drive from … Continue reading