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Visit Macedonia: Dion,Vergina,Pella

Visit Macedonia: Dion,Vergina,Pella

  A unique triangle of history and civilization in the heart of Macedonia: Dion, the sacred city of the Macedonians. Vergina(Aigai), the first capital, the necropolis with the global radiation. Pella, the brilliant Hellenistic capital.         Ένα μοναδικό τρίγωνο ιστορίας και πολιτισμού στην καρδιά της Μακεδονίας: Δίον, η ιερή πόλη των Μακεδόνων. Βεργίνα(Αιγές), η πρώτη πρωτεύουσα, η […]

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Alexander der Große – Der Makedonier

Alexander der Große – Der Makedonier

    Alexander der Große – Der Makedonier ( Dokumentation) Er gilt als einer der größten Helden der Geschichte, eroberte er doch in seinem kurzen Leben ( geboren 356 vor Christus in Pella, gestorben 323 vor Christus in Babylon) von Griechischen Königreich Makedonien aus das gesamte persische Reich bis zum Indus und bis nach Ägypten. Er wurde zu einer mythischen […]

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Makedonien: Olymp, Sitz der Götter

Makedonien: Olymp, Sitz der Götter

Der Olymp, Abraham Janssens (1575-1632)   Der Olymp ist das höchste Gebirge Griechenlands und wurde von den alten Griechen als Sitz der Götter verehrt. Das Massiv liegt nahe der Ostküste Griechenlands, in  Makedonien unweit des Ortes Litochoro, ca 50 km nördlich der größeren Stadt Larisa und ca 20 Km von dem Badeort Katerini. Die höchsten Gipfel sind der Mytikas (2 […]

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Macedonia News : 7th International Alexander the Great Marathon was held today

  Athens Macedonia News Agency–The 7th International Alexander the Great Marathon was held in Macedonia on Sunday, with Teklu Geto Metaferia from Ethiopia placing first, finishing the 42.195 kilometer course in 2 hours, 18 minutes and 44 seconds. The Marathon, which sets off from Pella, birthplace of Alexander the Great and finishes near the White Tower in Thessaloniki, the last […]

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Macedonia News : Nimetz in the Archaeological Museums of Pella and Thessaloniki

Macedonia News : Nimetz in the Archaeological Museums of Pella and Thessaloniki

Macedonia News – The UN Mediator, Mr Matthew Nimetz, had the chance to visit the most famous Archaeological Museums of Macedonia during his stay in Greece. The American Diplomat had a visit to the Archaeological Museums of Pella and Thessaloniki. He was accompanied by the Greek Ambassador to UN, Mr Adamantios Vasilakis and his close friend, Mr Nikos Efthimiadis. Mr Nimetz […]

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Edessa in Macedonia (Northern Greece) – A naturally cool haven

Edessa in Macedonia (Northern Greece) – A naturally cool haven

Edessa in Macedonia (Northern Greece) : Mini-Amsterdam, criss-crossed by canals and aqueducts, can be dubbed a ‘water city’ By Haris Argyropoulos   According to the celebrated late novelist Menelaos Lountemis, Edessa, the main town in the border region of Pella, Macedonia, was “a stepping stone for God to the heavens.” Best known for its waterfalls, including Greece’s highest at 70 […]

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Virtual Reality : Pella, the ancient Macedonian Capital in Greece

Virtual Reality : Pella, the ancient Macedonian Capital in Greece

Virtual Reality of the ” House of Dionysos” in Pella, Macedonia in Greece. The Foundation of the Hellenic World created the Virtual Reality of one  Hellenistic building in Pella, the ancient capital of the Macedonians in Greece. The so-called “House of Dionysos”, the three-dimensional reconstruction of FHW which will be part of the exhibition called “Macedonia, the Kingdom of Alexander the Great”, […]

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Dion – Pella – Vergina : The Heart of Macedonia in Greece

Dion – Pella – Vergina : The Heart of Macedonia in Greece

A unique triangle of history and civilization in the heart of Macedonia: – Vergina/Aigai, the first capital, the famous nekropolis of the ancient Macedonian kings, – Dion, the secret city of ancient Macedonians – Pella, the glorious Hellenistic capital of the ancient Hellenic kingdom of Macedonia The heart of Macedonia lives in Greece. From the YouTube channel of KRASOPATIR

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Pella, Jordan

Pella, Jordan

Map of the Decapolis showing the location of Pella. Pella (known in Arabic as Tabaqat Fahl (طبقة فحل)) is a village and the site of ancient ruins in northwestern Jordan. It is half an hour by car from Irbid, in the north of the country. Pella is located in the Jordan valley some 130 km north of Amman, and the […]

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New Pella Archaeological Museum inaugurated

New Pella Archaeological Museum inaugurated

 Culture and Tourism Minister Pavlos Geroulanos inaugurated the new Archaeological Museum of Pella on Friday and stressed that landscaping work on the area around the museum will begin soon. Geroulanos also said that the ministry has incorporated the 1.6 million euros project under the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF). The original structure was built in 1960 to house the excavated […]

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