Circuits dans le Nord de la Grèce
L'authentique hospitalité grecque
Découvrez la magie du Nord de la Griechenlands, avec ses montagnes vertigineuses, ses sites culturels exceptionnels classés par l'UNESCO, tels que Vergina et Meteora, ainsi que les Braunbären griechischen, qui ont rapidement disparu.
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La région de Zagori se compose de 46 petits villages à l'architecture traditionnelle, disposés en forme de triangle
Le nom "Meteora" vient de l'adjectif grec "meteoros", qui signifie "milieu du ciel"
Le mont Olympos est la plus haute montagne de Grèce
Alexandre le Grand avait l'habitude de faire des sacrifices aux dieux à Dion avant de partir à la conquête du monde.
Photos de Grèce du Nord
Faits saillants en Grèce du Nord
Olympia was once the birthplace of the Olympic Games, which were held there for a long time. Today you can still visit the Gymnasium and the Olympic Stadium, as well as the Temple of Zeus, which is one of the most important buildings of early architecture. Inside was a statue of Zeus, about 12 meters high, made of gold and ivory. There are also remains of the victory ceremonies and statues of those athletes who played unfairly in one way or another.
L'ancien oracle de Delphes
According to mythology, Zeus, the father of the gods, had two eagles soar from one end of the world to the other, and they met in the middle of the world - in Delphi. The oracle was an advisor and help to many military leaders and people, for it predicted the future. However, several misinterpretations of the oracle led to disastrous deeds, as King Croesus or Oedipus also had to discover. Today, you can marvel at the sanctuary of Apollo, the Temple of Apollo, and various treasure houses in Delphi.
UNESCO Heritage Acropolis
Acropolis means something like "upper city". There are and were many acropolises in Greece, but only one with a capital A, namely the most famous one in Athens. After its destruction by the Persians, the castle hill was rebuilt into the now world-famous temple complex. The Parthenon, the largest temple on the Acropolis hill, was also dedicated to the goddess Athena, who also gave her name to the city.
Nos voyages à Grèce du Nord