islands connected by unique
Peloponnese is the largest peninsula in Greece, practically an island: the Corinthian isthmus, which connects it to the mainland, is “cut” through and through by the Corinth Canal. Here it is, nothing special: 6 km long, 8 m depth and up to 25 m width.
True, connecting the Ionian and Aegean seas, saves ships 400 kilometers. The wise Greeks understood this as early as the 7th century BC. Continue reading
Want to give yourself a bright, unforgettable and delightful in all respects holiday? Go to Scandinavia, for example, to Denmark. It is here that the happiest people live, adorn the most beautiful landscapes, and ancient architecture and numerous historical monuments harmoniously intertwine with super modern buildings. Continue reading