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50 Stunning Photos of Greece

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Morning in Athens smells like orange trees…

Did you know that orange is a hybrid between pomelo (25%) and mandarin (75%)? The orange is unknown in the wild state. It probably have originated in southeastern Asia and was first cultivated in China around 2500 BC. In Europe, citrus fruits were introduced by the crusaders in the 11th century, but the sweet orange was unknown until the beginnings of the 16th century, when Italian and Portuguese merchants brought orange trees into the Mediterranean.

Streets of Athens


The ancient Acropolis never change


The Parthenon is a temple on the Acropolis dedicated to the goddess Athena, whom the people of Athens considered their patron. The construction was completed in 438 BC, but due to constant maintenance works it looks like it’s still under the construction.

but the view from Acropolis changes!


View from Acropolis

Colors of the city

Murals and street art are very common in all the city and can be easily found almost everywhere in Athens.

…and people

Strange People in Athens

Leaving the mainland – the Corinth Canal

The Corinth Canal is a shipping canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Aegean Sea and separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland. It is 6 kilometers long and only 21 meters wide at the base. Now it has little economic importance.

Sunset over the coast town on Peloponnese

Greece sunset (2)

Charming streets and cozy cafés of Nafplio

Nafplio is a picturesque town in the Peloponnese in Greece. This ancient town was an important seaport in the Middle Ages. Nowadays it’s a popular day or weekend destination for Athenians in the wintertime.

Inside the Greek Orthodox Church

Greek Orthodox Church

Greece church inside

The Greek Orthodox Church maintains many traditions practiced in the ancient Church, especially in the churches which the Apostles founded in the Balkans and the Middle East during the first century A.D. Greek Orthodox, unlike the Catholic Church, have no Pope and hold the belief that Christ is the head of the Church.

Stunning landscapes of Mycenae

Greek myths assert that Mycenae was founded by Perseus, son of Danaë and the god Zeus. Mycenae was continuously inhabited from the Early Neolithic period. In the second millennium BC, Mycenae was one of the major centers of the Greek civilization, a military stronghold which dominated much of southern Greece. The period of Greek history is called Mycenaean.

 Tomb of Agamemnon

This impressive tomb (like from the Prometheus movie, isn’t it?) was constructed during the Bronze Age. It used to be richly decorated, but the segments of the columns and architraves were removed by Lord Elgin in the early nineteenth century and are now held by the British Museum…

Old ruins and red poppies

Greek flag and breathtaking scenery

Greek flag (1)

Greek flag (2)

Water and the sky – the Mediterranean coastline

Greece sunset (1)

Mediterranean (2)

Mediterranean (3)

Mediterranean (6)

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  1. Gorgeous photos! Like that you included parts of Greece that are not necessarily part of the touristy trail.

  2. Stunning photos, I have been to Athens and Mykonos but you showed other parts of Greec I have an interest to see. Thank you for linkup with #TheWeeklyPostcard

  3. Thank you for sharing these gorgeous photos from Greece, Isabella. I’ve always wanted to visit this country. When I lived in Romania and it was so close to travel there, the Communists didn’t allow us to go anywhere outside the border. Now, I’ll have to cross the world to get there.

  4. Pięknie. Uwielbiam Grecję, wróciłabym tam w jednej chwili ♥

  5. Piękne zdjęcia! Uwielbiam Grecję, ale mój mąż chyba jeszcze bardziej. Ale zdecydowanie najbardziej oboje kochamy greckie wyspy! No i wino i jedzenie oczywiście 😉

  6. Cudna Grecja, też uwielbiam. Dodałabym do listy bajeczne Santorini 😉

  7. Grecja chodzi mi po glowie juz od jakiegos czasu tylko sytuacja w tym kraju troche odstrasza. Zdjecia piekne!!!

  8. Za oknem kiepska pogoda to chociaż na zdjęciach mamy lato 🙂 Zdjęcia rewelacyjne!

  9. Amazing photos, now I really want to go to Greece! I especially like the black and white one with the colored balloons, well done! 😀

  10. The closest I’ve got to Greece so far is seeing Greek Islands from a boat. But these stunning photos and making me think I should add it to the (never-ending) list!

  11. Your pictures are sooo amazing!!
    Orange trees in Athens? I wanna see this <3
    I hope to visit Greece soon, every year I try to go but every time my plans need to change for some reason!


  12. A ja jak wiedzę takie zdjęcia, to mam ochotę pojechać na wakacje! Teoretycznie żyję w tropikach, ale Europa, to jednak Europa! Zawsze będzie mnie tam ciągnąć. Pozdrawiam 🙂

  13. Kanał Koryncki jest absolutnie fantastyczny! Największe wrażenie (na mnie) robi jego pierwsze zdjęcie od lewej!

  14. I feel a bit more motivated to start thinking about that destination! Crisis time might be a good time to do that! 😉

    • Sure! And the feeling that your vacations can benefit in improving the condition of the Greek economy – priceless 😉

  15. Iga Motylska

    Loved this photo essay, what stunning photographs! 🙂 Now I’m wanderlusting after Greece!

  16. I love the pictures, especially these with poppies 🙂

  17. Nice pictures 😉 Do Grecji kontynentalnej, nie udało nam się jeszcze dotrzeć. Na razie powolutku zwiedzamy wyspy 😉 Jak dotychczas to Santorini i Mykonos wygrywają w obiektywie.

    • Wyspy jeszcze przede mną, podobnie jak Chorwacja. Na pewno wpadnę do Was po inspiracje przed wyjazdem!

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