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  • Sparta

    Finally ... THIS. IS. SPARTAAAA! Yes, we arrived in this former military centre of Greece which played an extremely important role during the Persian invasions. Lykourgos counts as a famous commander, and also the rigorous physical education is still famous, as many...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Sparta 13 hours ago
  • Mystras 2

    In many churches of Mystras, there were Byzantine frescoes with stories of saints depicted in vivid colours, unfortunately a bit bleached over time, but hey, who are we to complain about such works of art? The churches had a clearly Orthodox style with round arches;...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Greece 1 day ago
  • Mystras

    So we were on our way to Sparta when we passed a ruined city with the remains of a great castle on a hilltop: Mystras. Climbing the hill was a bit of work, but the view over the landscape was rewarding, as you can see! The story of the castle begins in the early 13th...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Greece 1 day ago
  • 5 Churches in Lima you need to visit

    Hello everyone! I hope each one of you is well! The centre of Lima is a true gem where we can find marvellous religious art that leaves us with a desire to discover more and more about our city. A city that has been declared a World Cultural Heritage Site and where,...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Lima 2 days ago
  • Messene Museum

    Just as if we had not already seen enough musea, we also had to enter the Archeological Museum of Messene. Actually, every museum shows something new, so no time is wasted on repeating stuff! First, there were some elaborate flint arrowheads on display ... we may label...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Greece 2 days ago
  • Let's go to the beaches of Northern Spain!

    Spain is a country surrounded by beaches: "las playas". There are so many to choose from and each one has its own unique qualities. However, often when you arrive in summer, you do not have more than two or three days to spend at the beach for whatever reason, and so...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus tips 3 days ago
  • North Lima: 8 booming districts in the capital

    Hello everyone! I hope that each one of you is well! Today I am happy to share with you all one of the most prosperous zones in Lima, I am talking about North Lima where nowadays you can find various districts, and one of these is my beloved district where my family...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Lima 4 days ago
  • Chorrillos, the Lima district in front of the sea

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all well and enjoying the summer! Today I want to talk to you about one of the most traditional districts in my beloved Lima. This district is called Chorrillos. Source Chorrillos: the thriving district in the South of Lima A...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Lima 4 days ago
  • Bratislava, as a capital city (1/2)

    2nd February 2016 Arriving in the suburbs of Bratislava on the express train from Vienna. "Oh, bother! " I said to myself on the train to Bratislava, as I looked in my coat pocket. The postcard for my aunt and uncle was still with me! If I stayed in Austria, I...

    0 by Harriet, in Erasmus blog Bratislava 5 days ago
  • Bassae and Messene

    After seeing so many artifacts, marble inscriptions and statues of Zeus, Venus and Augustus et cetera it was time to go outside again: We saw the Temple of Apollon in Bassae, UNESCO world heritage site, and arrived in Messene. The thick city walls defended the city in...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Greece 5 days ago
  • La Boca: must visit in Buenos Aires

    La Boca is a district that grew around the first natural harbor of Buenos Aires . It was a receiving district of great contingents of immigrants, in its majority Italian. On August 29 th of 1870 was dictated the decree which La Boca acquired the jurisdictional category...

    0 by Joseph, in Erasmus blog Buenos Aires 8 days ago
  • Pozuzo: the Land of the Austro-German Descendents

    Hello everyone! I hope that you are all well and have as much energy as I do! Today I would like to tell you about a city that can be found within the central jungle in the region of Pasco, it is a city similar to Oxapampa, as it is known as being a land full of German...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Peru 8 days ago
  • 5 Places to Visit Towards the Central Jungle of Peru

    Hello everyone! I hope that each one of you is well! This will be my last article on this blog and so, I was thinking of the things I could write about when it occurred to me to quickly talk about the Central Jungle Route taken on your way through the Peruvian...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Peru 9 days ago
  • Islands 1: Aegina and Hydra

    It has been quite a while since I visited a Greek island, on a cruise through the Mediterranean, passing through the Aegean Sea toward Athens. It is impressive because, despite it being 10 years ago, I remember the details of each island, although I have to say, they...

    0 by Kate, in Erasmus blog Athens 9 days ago
  • Successful Techniques for Dementia Home Care You Can Begin to Use Today

    Respite care is just one of the greatest strategies to have time for yourself. Part-time expert care provides you with the opportunity to recharge and recuperate, which makes it feasible that you present your loved one the quality of care he or she deserves. As a child...

    0 by doveal, in Erasmus blog New London 9 days ago
  • Olympia Museum 2: Highlights

    This is the second part of the Archeological Museum of Olympia! A rare find enriches the collection: The helmet of Miltiades! (It is signed hence we know it is this one.) Miltiades was a famous well-educated general who played a crucial role in beating the Persians at...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Olimpia 10 days ago
  • Olympia Museum

    Besides the temples and the famous stadium, Olympia also has a museum which we saw (of course). These small horse figures made from clay, bronze or iron were votive gifts to make the preferred party win. Over all the years, many of them were accumulated. Here, another...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Olimpia 10 days ago
  • Filling Out Form 8825

    Thinking about how to fill out the form 8825? The IRS form 8825 is truly important today if you need to deal with real estate. You can follow the form 8825 instructions carefully to do what you have to do. The IRS 8825 form or IRS Tax Form 8825 will allow you to...

    0 by Andrew, in Erasmus tips 10 days ago
  • Olympia 2

    The areal of Olympia is actually quite big: The gymnasion, palestra and many temples cover much space. You see the remains of the columns ... what's missing is also the roof and the paint. The most famous temple in Olympia, the Temple of Zeus, hosted a statue of Zeus...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Olimpia 11 days ago
  • Olympia

    We left the sacred site of Delphi for Olympia, not without seeing something less sacred in town: These condoms with 3D imprints of original ancient erotic scenes found on ceramics. A great souvenir ... with something similar, I won the "best/worst souvenir contest" our...

    0 by Jan, in Erasmus blog Olimpia 11 days ago

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