Category Archives: Greece

Modern Greece and Turkey Explain Each Other

You Can’t Really Understand Modern Turkey Without Understanding Greece After visiting Athens, it seemed strange to me that the Greeks and Turks don’t get along better than they do. They share so much history — both were a part of … Continue reading

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Climbing the Acropolis in Athens, Visiting Greece, the Foundation of Western Civilization and Cradle of Democracy

“Five hundred years before Christ in a little town on the far western border of the settled and civilized world, a strange new power was at work,” begins Edith Hamilton in “The Greek Way.” That power was Reason, embodied by the … Continue reading

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Magnificient Santorini, and Greek Isles

We visited Santorini, Rhodes, and Mykonos, and loved Santorini best of all. Above, view from our hotel room in Santorini. Our slideshow of the Greek Isles. Click.

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Illuminating Stories About Greece

Eat, Play, Bond: Mother and daughter traverse air and sea to a surprise destination: companionship, by Bella English in The Boston Globe Plus, on our Turkey Blog, you can’t really understand modern Turkey without studying Greek history. Three posts: The … Continue reading

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