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"During the Mycenaean period, the female deity of Earth was worshipped in the small settlement of Delphi. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco."
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
Historic Site
· Delphi, Greece
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"The Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights,the Upper Town is one of the most beautiful urban ensembles of the Gothic period. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco."
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
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· Rhodes, Greece
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"Τhese monasteries represent a unique artistic achievement and are the architectural transformation of a site into a place of retreat, meditation and prayer. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco."
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
Historic Site
· Kalampáka, Greece
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"Mount Athos the spiritual centre of the Orthodox world and on the development of religious architecture and monumental painting. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco"
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
Historic Site
· Chalkidiki, Greece
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"After the Latin conquest new churches were built, among which were St Panteleimon, the Holy Apostles, St Nicholas Orphanos, and the present St Catherine's. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco."
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
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· Thessaloniki, Greece
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"The name is related either to the philanthropic works of St. Nicholas for the sake of the orphans, or to a member of the Byzantine Orphanos family. A World Heritage Monument of Unesco"
The West WingThe West Wing · September 23, 2011
Historic Site
· Thessaloniki, Greece