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3 reasons why everyone should visit Meteora at least once

Are you looking for your next trip destination or you need some help to choose one? Here are the three main reasons why you should definitely visit Greece and especially to explore the place of Meteora at least once in your lifetime: 1. One of the most unique UNESCO […]

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9 reasons why you should have a hike in Meteora

We all heard about the numerous benefits that the hiking has, and some of us we fancy with this idea. But why to choose to hike in Meteora instead of having the regular bus trip? Here are my 9 suggestions: 1. Exercise Hiking is great for […]

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a new generation of the egyptian vulture at meteora
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A new generation of the Egyptian Vulture at Meteora

We are happy to announce you that the first hatchling of the Egyptian_vulture (Neophron percnopterus) at Meteora is a fact! After 42 days of patient incubation, the only pair of the Egyptian Vulture of Meteora saw their previous days of hard work being rewarded. The first […]

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the library of great meteoron part 2
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The Library Of Great Meteoron (Part II)

As mentioned in the first part of the article, the archive of the monastery is very rich and interesting, preserving documents of the Byzantine period, the post Byzantine period and later periods. Chrysobulls, Metropolitan documents, Patriarchical sigillia, etc which are kept here, are great heirlooms and […]

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the egyptian vulture of meteora
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The Egyptian Vulture Of Meteora

The Egyptian vulture, (Neophron percnopterus), also called the white scavenger vulture or the pharaoh’s chicken, is recognized as a symbol of the region of Meteora. It is the smallest of the four species of European vultures, as it has a small size (wingspan of 180 cm […]

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the library of great meteoron part 1
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The Library Of Great Meteoron (Part I)

There is a saying that Faith nourishes the soul and Knowledge the mind. The library of the Great Meteoron monastery is a combination of both. The monks for centuries in that monastery devoted their lives to God but also to the preservation of knowledge through time. […]

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the thyme
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The Thyme

Thyme (Thymus Vulgaris), is a small low-growing shrub and is commonly cultivated as an annual, though it can persist as an evergreen perennial in warm climates. The stems are somewhat woody and bear simple leaves that are oval to linear and arranged oppositely. The tiny tubular flowers are borne in whorls along the stems […]

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the ingenuity of the monks
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THE INGENUITY OF THE MONKS

They say that faith can make people do impossible and amazing things and one of the best examples of that lies in the heart of Greece, on top of the unique rock formations of Meteora to be exact. On the steepest rocks of Meteora you can […]

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