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1. Lovers Promises Fulfilled in Reincarnation
September 20, 2017

In 6th grade I knew I was reincarnated from ancient Greece. I knew I had lived in or near the Parthenon and lived the current myths about the Gods and Goddesses. Many years later I joined my first Metaphysical group and met with them once a week for two years. People receive messages from Spirit in different ways. Some see pictures, some hear words or see them, and others feel the answer in their gut. I mostly receive words in my consciousness. If I do see a picture it is very real, very vibrant, and I believe it is the truth. Someone once told me that because I mostly heard words th... (read more)

Author: Merry C. Battles

2. 5 Of The Less Obvious Attractions Not To Miss On Your Charter To Athens
September 01, 2017

With Athens just one of the many embarkation ports (or yacht bases) that we offer for Yacht Charter In Greece, we felt we just had to outline some of the reasons you should spend more time in this cradle of Western civilisation. Far from simply a living museum, however, Athens is a globally significant city with many lesser-known attractions beyond the iconic Parthenon and Acropolis. Here are just five of them. 1. Museum of Cycladic Art This remarkable private museum is home to the iconic minimalist marble Cycladic figurines that date from as far back as 3000 BC and inspired 20th... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

3. 8 Keys to Success for Handicapped Travel to Athens By Sage Traveling
September 10, 2013

Handicapped Travel to Athens offers numerous sightseeing opportunities that can be tackled in a number of ways. Stick to these 8 Keys to Success to ensure that your trip to Athens is great accessible experience. Take an accessible walking tour – A walking tour in Athens is a great way to see the ruins and hear about the fascinating history of the Greeks. There are several wheelchair accessible tour routes that you can choose. Sightseeing options include the Temple of Olympian Zeus, Syntagma Square, the Plaka neighborhood, and even the Parthenon on top of the Acropolis. Be sure that you co... (read more)

Author: Sage Traveling

4. Splendid Attractions to See in Athens Greece
July 30, 2013

Athens has no lack of special attractions and monuments. But it isn’t necessary all of them have something that you can’t miss. Among various worth-seen tourist attractions, we’ve refined some best ones that you won’t like to miss. So hire a mini bus Athens Airport and take time to see them. The Acropolis and the Parthenon – The Jewel of Greece If you are heading to Athens for sightseeing, then you should visit Acropolis first for clicking the magnificent and picturesque view of the city of Athens and temples below. Here, New Acropolis Museum is worth a visit where you can find various ... (read more)

Author: rajkiran rajkiran

5. Suggestions on renting a car from tourist attractions in Athens
June 29, 2013

Capital city of Greece, Athens is eminent for its magnificent past which is shown in many historical sites constructed in golden era. To enjoy the trip thoroughly, it is best to rent a car airport Athens. When it comes to start the trip, it is recommended to prioritize the Parthenon, the Acropolis and the Theatre of Dionysus. Renting Car from Manchester Airport Officially known as the Airport of Athens, Airport Eleftherios Venizelos is tremendously modernized airport. Formed in the year 2001, the airport of Athens is a busiest intersection among Balkans and the Middle East. About 13 mi... (read more)

Author: brijesh shrivas

6. Travel Guide Greece
June 07, 2013

Greece was one of the first democratic countries, and has hosted several prominent as Aristotle and is located in the southeast Balkan peninsulas of Europe. In Greece called Olympics began. If you are interested in learning more about Greece read this article you'll find that will help a lot. The city of Athens is the largest city in Greece and also is the capital, the main feature is the city of Acropolis where buildings are made of white marble is an example Parthenon monument, this place gets a lot of tourist visits . Leaving the city of Acropolis have many other historical mon... (read more)

Author: Andrew Straus

7. Decorative Trim Molding Will Add Charm And Elegance To Your Rooms Just By Their Very Nature
April 20, 2013

A decorative molding can be defined as any continuous projection that is used to enhance the look of a wall. In early time, they were first used to throw water away from the wall. The contours, measurements, and projections of moldings vary greatly. One type of molding - the frieze (or frieze board) - was first used on the Parthenon at the Acropolis. The frieze is considered a part of the Greek architectural style. The frieze panels are a series of designed pediments which are filled with the images of Athena's birth and rise to power. Today, a frieze board is the flat panel just bel... (read more)

Author: samprras diego

8. London's Big Ten
January 23, 2013

Sightseeing in London is exciting, fun and vast. Walking shoes and city maps are de rigueur. With unknown numbers of attractions, London’s top ten sites are determined by recent visitor statistics. The British Museum is home to the iconic works of man from prehistoric to modern times. Around the world highlights include the Parthenon sculptures, Rosetta Stone and the Ancient Egypt collection of mummies. Another museum, the Tate Modern, is housed in the renovated Bankside Power Station. It exhibits Britain’s modern and contemporary art from 1500 to the present as well as international... (read more)

Author: Matt Davis

9. The Acropolis: Centerpiece of Athens
October 19, 2012

The Acropolis dedicated to its patron goddess, Athena, has been undergoing massive reconstruction since 1975. The Acropolis is home to several ancient buildings and is situated in the center of the City of Athens. Probably the best known building is the Parthenon built between 447 and 438 BC. A proper temple with majestic columns and decorated with sculptures and in particular a statue of Athena in full armor carrying Nike to the Athenians in her right hand. Pottery shards of the Neolithic period (4000/3500-3000 BC) and, from near the Erechtheion, of the Early and Middle Bronze Age, sho... (read more)

Author: Victoria Darrow

10. fun things to do in Athens, Greece
October 05, 2012

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of fun things to do in Athens, Greece? Is it the Acropolis? The Parthenon? How about the Temple of Hephaestus? I bet the idea of going to museums never even entered your head. I sure know that it never entered mine! Hey guys, it’s me again, Shelby, and let me tell you, I never would have thought that I’d come to Athens and spend any length of time in a museum! Trekking around ruins maybe; out sailing on this gorgeous blue water, most definitely, but shutting myself up in stuffy museums? I mean, come on! Who would come all this way ... (read more)

Author: Ralph Circelli

11. Europe Tour: The Land Of Great Cuisine, Culture And Art
October 03, 2012

When it comes of a tour which contain all the shades of nature! The snowy winter, sunny summer, falling autumn, blossoming spring, so don’t need to think much more about it it’s the perfect day out with the Europe tour. The Europe has vast variety of cultures, art, monuments and artifacts. The Europe has some of the very famous city under it like the canals of Venice, the colleseum and the Vatican city of Rome, the acropolis and the Parthenon of Greece, Eiffel tower of Paris, leaning tower of Pisa Italy, Stonehenge of England. The Europe has undiscovered countries like Iceland where mother nat... (read more)

Author: martina hingis

12. Barloworld for the Most Popular Earth Moving and Heavy Construction Equipment
August 28, 2012

When it comes to civil engineering and construction, not to mention mining the reliability of the heavy construction and earth moving machinery is essential to seeing that a construction project is delivered on time and on budget. When one looks at historical construction projects, the Pyramids, Roman Roads and aquaducts, the Parthenon and even Westminster Abbey one realizes that these were achieved without the benefit of mechanical diggers to prepare the earth, bulldozers to scrape the unwanted mounds into the landscape desired or large trucks to cart material to the site and the waste a... (read more)

Author: Elida Barloworld

13. Save Money on Energy Bills with Solar Lights in Ocala
July 23, 2012

Skylights have been a popular architectural feature for thousands of years. Arguably the most famous example can be found in the Parthenon, a Roman temple that was completed in the first century AD. Also known as an oculus, these round or eyelike openings or windows were installed in the ceiling and were designed to let natural light in. Long before there were light bulbs, people saved time and money by opening up indoor spaces to the sun. Not much has changed. Modern skylights offer at least four indisputable benefits. First, they add light and create the illusion of space and depth, whi... (read more)

Author: Scott Johnson

14. Combining Classical Art and Cutting-Edge Architecture with Marble Tiles
June 26, 2012

You will find affirmation of the employment of marble in high art with merely a single glance at the architectural remnants of the olden days. From the walls of the Parthenon to the Renaissance sculptures at St. Peter’s Basilica, marble has played a compelling role in mankind’s desire for greater artistic expression. While they may no longer be the sole preference of sculptors and architects, they continue to occupy a distinctive niche in modern architecture. Today, marble continues to be a favored flooring material. Architects and homeowners cannot be blamed for selecting marble: it has ... (read more)

Author: Alana- Geikie

15. Marble Tiles in the Limelight: Combining Classical Art and Cutting-Edge Architecture
June 26, 2012

You will discover affirmation of the utilization of marble in high art with just one glimpse at the architectural remnants of the days gone by. From the walls of the Parthenon to the Renaissance figures at St. Peter’s Basilica, marble has played a crucial role in humanity’s longing for greater artistic execution. While they may no longer be the exclusive preference of sculptors and architects, they continue to keep a distinctive domain in cutting-edge architecture. At present, marble remains to be a favored flooring material. Architects and homeowners cannot be blamed for selecting marble... (read more)

Author: Alana- Geikie

16. The Merger: Joining Traditional Art and Modern Architecture with Marble Tiles
June 26, 2012

You will discover evidence of the employment of marble in high art with just a single look at the architectural fragments of the days gone by. From the walls of the Parthenon to the Renaissance statues at St. Peter’s Basilica, marble has played a compelling role in humanity’s desire for grander artistic execution. While they may no longer be the exclusive choice of sculptors and architects, they continue to occupy a significant domain in contemporary architecture. Presently, marble continues to be a preferred flooring material. Architects and homeowners cannot be admonished for choosing m... (read more)

Author: Alana- Geikie

17. Marble Tiles in the Limelight: Combining Traditional Art & Cutting-Edge Architecture
June 26, 2012

You will discover proof of the utilization of marble in high art with just one look at the architectural remains of the olden days. Marble has played a central role in humanity’s desire for more estimable artistic expression from the walls of the Parthenon to the Renaissance sculptures at St. Peter’s Basilica. While they may no longer be the only preference of sculptors and architects, they continue to occupy a distinctive place in contemporary architecture. At present, marble remains to be a favored flooring material. Architects and homeowners cannot be blamed for picking marble: it has ... (read more)

Author: Alana- Geikie

18. Joining Classical Art & Cutting-Edge Architecture with Marble Tiles
June 26, 2012

You will discover proof of the employment of marble in high art with only one glimpse at the architectural remains of the past. Marble has played a compelling role in mankind’s longing for greater artistic articulation from the walls of the Parthenon to the Renaissance sculptures at St. Peter’s Basilica. While they may no longer be the exclusive choice of sculptors and architects, they continue to keep a significant domain in cutting-edge architecture. Presently; marble continues to be a preferred flooring material. Architects and homeowners cannot be blamed for selecting marble: it has a... (read more)

Author: Alana- Geikie

19. Round Columns Support Your Structure and Can Make It Appear Classier
June 25, 2012

The Greeks might have improved round columns, simply because they applied these structures to signify temple architectural orders, decorating them with sophisticated layouts and encryptions. Nowadays, nevertheless, you can have your own structure with superbly crafted columns for making the framework and much more appealing. Several businesses offer you ready to ship porch columns of varied styles, measurements, and finishes, whether or not you need a facade that seems like the Parthenon or a help support for small railings on your veranda. Columns are not just adornments. They've got d... (read more)

Author: Benita Pena

20. Moving the Immovable: Heavy Hauling Equipment Used in Civil Construction Work
June 06, 2012

The Great Pyramids of Giza, the Great Wall of China, the Parthenon of Greece. Hats off to the men – and possibly women – who built the great empires of ancient civilizations without the use of any construction equipment. Then Comes the “Earth Movers” Today, civil construction work does not need slavery and decades to complete thanks to the invention of heavy equipment. As a brief definition, these are heavy-weight machineries commonly used in large-scale constructions for fortification and earthwork purposes, while some are used for moving or towing purposes. The latter is signific... (read more)

Author: Bobby Rai

21. Enjoy your Unforgettable Holidays in Greece
May 28, 2012

Sailing Greece is a great way to see this beautiful country. To sail Greece, try to get your own yatch that will take you to the best cities in Greece. A sailing holiday is one of the best experiences in the world. The warm sun which welcomes you at the deck is something you will enjoy the most during the entire holiday. Athens being the capital, is a must visit. Here you can visit the museum, the Acropolis and the Parthenon if you get the chance. From the Acropolis you have a stunning view of the temples below. Sailing to the cities Ask a tourist and they will say – sail Greece. Yo... (read more)

Author: med sailors354

22. Where As gods yearn to find an extended-displaced items -- contemplation on the brand new acropolis
April 09, 2012

Very Little rational architect, could suppose, might wish to why not invite featured reviews comparing an individual's creation together with the Parthenon. This may come as petite suspense which Additional Acropolis Memorial, that sometimes holders at foot about crucial quality accomplishments associated with human history, is actually still the job, highly at the models of the company's ornate Swiss-derived builder, Bernard Tschumi.But getting the hang of your boyfriend's ego, Mr. Tschumi performed an extraordinary successfulness: the new arms and legs might both excellent enlightening deep... (read more)

Author: li miss

23. The spectacular British Museum
February 21, 2012

Based in the Bloomsbury district based in london, the British museum's collections in archaeology and ethnography are particularly outstanding. Being amongst London's principal sights, the customer can admire its famous holdings, for example the Elgin Marbles, carvings coming from the Athenian Parthenon, the Rosetta Stone, the Portland Vase, the Benin Bronzes, Egyptian Mummies, additionally the Chinese ceramics. Its drawings collection holds a lot more 2,000 drawings constituting the largest and the majority of comprehensive collections. While it first opened its doors on the public... (read more)

Author: zhu ping

24. Famous Places to Visit in London
February 18, 2012

Famous Places to Visit in London London is one of the most ancient cities in Europe, yet, it is still one of the most modern European cities. London is famed for its Museums, Art Galleries, Palaces, Cathedrals, Squares, shopping centers, architectural masterpieces, sports facilities and hotels. Museums • British Museum – This museum is famed for abundance of its pre-historic artifacts. Such artifacts include Rosetta stone, Parthenon Sculptures and Egyptian Mummies. • Natural History Museum – This is a place to find natural wonders! Home to dinosaurs, the whales, the spiders. Animals... (read more)

Author: james martin

25. Edinburgh Tram Fiasco Continues
January 23, 2012

Edinburgh is recognized for its history; Edingburgh castle, Arthur's Seat, the Royal Mile together with new historic additions such as the Scottish Parliament Building. Among its lesser known historic structures began construction in 1826. The construction of a monument honoring the casualties from the Napoleonic Wars began on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill. The structure was to be a £42,000 likeness of the Parthenon, overlooking Scotland’s first city. Notwithstanding attracting wealthy backers such as Sir Walter Scott, the venture was under-funded from the start. Having used just the best... (read more)

Author: Paul James

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