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The Greek Dodecanese

N. G. Mavris

The Greek Dodecanese

a symposium

by N. G. Mavris

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Published by The Dodecanesian national council in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey)

  • Edition Notes

    Bound with other publications published by Dodecanesian National Council and the Dodecanesian League of America.

    Statementby prominent American; edited by M. G. Mavris.
    ContributionsDodecanesian National Council, New York.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p.
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22932544M
    LC Control Number44007955

    Patmos is a beautiful island with lovely beaches and coastlines, however if interested in the history of Christian Religion, visiting the island of Patmos on a crewed yacht charter can be time spent on a lovely Greek Dodecanese Island as well as time spent exploring an island featured in Christian Biblical history. Get this from a library! The Dodecanese. [John Stewart Bowman;] -- Frommer's ShortCuts give you exactly what you need for your trip to The Dodecanese, Greece--and no more. In this ebook, you'll get the same expert advice that you'll find in all Frommer's guides.

    In Greek, the word “Dodecanese” stands for twelve islands, deriving from the word "dodeca" meaning twelve and "nisia" meaning islands. The Dodecanese Islands are the southernmost group of Greek Islands located way down in the south-east of the Aegean Sea, just off the coast of Turkey. East Aegean, covers the Greek Dodecanese islands and the Turkish coast from the Samos Strait as far east as Kas and Kekova. This fully revised and expanded second edition is packed with useful background information for the cruising yacht and provides all the essential information from getting to the area, formalities and sailing in Greece and Turkey to detailed pilotage on harbors and anchorages/5(5).

    This Osprey Campaign Series book by Anthony Rogers focuses on the German counter-invasion, which took advantage of German air superiority in the region and a willingness to insert German troops into the Dodecanese by any available means/5(12). About this book This guide presents 70 species and 23 sub-species, while a further 5 species are to be considered doubtful or unstable. For each plant there is a detailed description and reference to the biotopes in which it is found.


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Diana Farr Louis, a native New Yorker, has been living in Athens since and exploring Greece since A freelance travel and food writer, she is the author of Athens and Beyond, 30 Day Trips and Weekends, and Travels in Northern Greece, collections of her columns published in the Athens News/5(17).

East Aegean: The Greek Dodecanese Islands and the Coast of Turkey from Gulluk to Kedova, Hardcover by Heikell, Rod, ISBNISBN The Greek Dodecanese book, Brand New.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mavris, N.G. Greek Dodecanese. New York, The Dodecanesian national council [] (OCoLC) Document Type. Here are some suggestions for books and travel guides if you would like to read up on Greece, the Islands of the Greek Dodecanese, and the region’s archaeology.

The books are in no particular recommended order, and are not required reading. UK visitors interested in purchasing these books, may click on the main title. Book hotel in Dodecanese Dodecanese - Greek Islands (Greece) The Dodecanese (means the 12 islands = Dodekanisa), is a group of islands in the southeast of the Aegean sea.

Vacation in Dodecanese, is a complete guide to the Greek Dodecanese islands and a hotel reservation system. In our pages you will find info for each island as well as a complete list of hotels with full description and rates for all budgets and tastes.

he Dodecanese translates as “the twelve islands”, of which the most well-known to the British traveller are the green expanses of Rhodes and Kos. The island complex of Dodecanese in south-eastern Aegean is the sunniest corner in Greece. Twelve large islands and numerous smaller ones with crystal clear waters, sandy or pebbly beaches, important archaeological finds, imposing Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements are waiting to be discovered.

Dodecanese Islands. Though the name “Dodecanese Islands” literally means twelve islands, there are actually fifteen large islands in the group along with over a hundred and fifty smaller ones. Situated in the southeastern Aegean sea off the coast of Turkey, they are the southeastern most Greek islands.

The Dodecanese chain of islands are the most southeastern in Greece. A few of the islands are close enough to Turkey for day-trips though the islands are so beautiful you may not feel like leaving. Ferries leave Pireaus in the late afternoon and arrive in Rhodes some fifteen hours later after stopping in Patmos, Kalymnos, Leros and Kos.

The Greek islands of Dodecanese receive regular ferries from the port of Piraeus. But due to the long distance between Piraeus to the Dodecanese, the trips are long. Alternatively, there are also daily ferries between Rhodes, Kos and all the islands of Dodecanese.

> View timetables & Book online your ferry tickets to the Dodecanese. Flights. Dodecanese. The Dodecanese owes its name to Δωδεκάνησα, twelve islands, the number of islands of the Aegeans Sea who protested against the Turkish cancellation of their historically granted right of tax exemption.

They lie close to the Turkish Southern coast and their history is much tied to the fortune and misfortune of Rhodes. Patmos is a quiet island at night, but a busy stop by day for the many cruise ships that have made it a port of call. Patmos is a spectacular island with great beaches and a unique landscape, an island where tourism until recently was low-key but has been growing steadily.

the Greek Islands The Dodecanese Scattered along the coast of Turkey, the Dodecanese is the most southerly group of Greek islands, its hot climate, pretty whitewashed villages - Selection from Top 10 Greek Islands [Book].

Explore Dodecanese holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Ever pined for the old Greece, where timeless islands beckon modern-day adventurers just as they did Odysseus and Alexander.

Enter the far-flung Dodecanese archipelago, curving through the southeastern Aegean parallel to the ever-visible shoreline of Turkey. Day 5: Our base for a few nights, the charming port village of Pythagoreio was built on the ruins of the ancient island capital.

In antiquity, it was called Samos, like the island itself, but today it bears the name of the island's most famous son, Pythagoras. Samos was one of the most powerful Greek city states in the Aegean, especially during the sixth century BC, when it was a place of 5/5().

From Ikaria day trips sail to the island of Patmos in Greece’s Dodecanese to see the monastery of St. John and the cave where he wrote the Book of. The Dodecanese have long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.

Rhodes and Kos, are among the largest islands of the group and the two most popular ones. Karpathos, Patmos, Leros, Symi, Kalymnos, and Astypalaia have managed to keep their traditional flavour despite the fact that large numbers of tourists.

Dodecanese, Modern Greek Dodekánisa, group of islands in the Aegean Sea, off the southwestern coast of Turkey in southeastern islands constituted a nomós (department) untilwhen local government in Greece was reorganized and the islands were divided among four new perifereiakés enótites (regional units) in the South Aegean (Modern Greek: Nótio Aigaío) periféreia.

The parrotfish, scaros in Greek, especially esteemed throughout all the Dodecanese, is also salted and dried in Simi. This fish has an unusual reputation among Greek gourmets–it is best savored together with its intestines.

In Simi, the fish as well as the intestines are dried, separately, and enjoyed as meze. A seven-night Island-hopping trip in the Dodecanese starts at £pp or 10 nights from £1, on a B&B basis (two sharing), including flights from Gatwick to Author: Hannah Jane Parkinson.Chalki Island Chalki is one of the islands of the Dodecanese.

Chalki is just perfect for those who want to spend a vacation away from the stress of modern living. The setting is delightful; pretty houses scattered around a picturesque harbourside, fishing boats at anchor, and a backdrop of rugged mountains.East Aegean: The Greek Dodecanese Islands and the Coast of Turkey from Gulluk to Kekova.

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