Greece

Sleepy old town
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Beautiful Chania: A showroom of cultures

A city like Chania in Crete calls for further exploration. It is a city steeped in history, home to many different people and civilisations over centuries. Oftentimes an explosive mix of race and religion. Minarets and synagogues, churches and monasteries - we explore the many facets of this old city. Located on the crossroads of Europe,...

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27 March
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Inside the Municipal Market in Chania, Crete
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An exploration of the Cretan soul

When I travel I do it with all my senses. It is not just the act of being in a foreign place. Rather, it is about embracing all the new impressions it is throwing at me. Happiness comes from exposing myself to these experiences, be it new food, unusual sights or foreign people. It comes in the...

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28 February
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Temple of Hephaestus in the background
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The best kept secret in Athens: the Agora

After our rather disappointing visit of the Acropolis which was overcrowded, overheated and not very accessible, we were on the outlook for another historic experience in Athens. And we found it easily: Just to the foot of the hill that is home to the Acropolis we literally stumbled across the Agora....

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18 January
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