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Whilst holidaying in Lotochoro, we visited the Maritime Museum and found it to be a very interesting and worthwhile experience. The actual president of the museum greeted us upon arrival and personally acted as our tour guide during our visit which was fantastic. Being an...More
Not very well known that Litohoron although built on the slopes of mountain Olympos, has a great maritime tradition! "Thermaikos" gulf is down the hill, only 3,5Km! The tradition originates centuries back when Konstantinoupolis was taken over by the Ottomans, many people fled the capture...More
Having lived for years on Greek islands with a strong maritime history like Hydra I was fascinated by the idea of a maritime museum in a mountain village at the foot of Mt Olympos.
When going to the museum on a late morning during the...More
If you are interested in maritime history you might find it interesting since you do not expect to find that there was actually a very active and succesfull maritime community until the end of the 20th century on the foot of mount Olympus.
I'm not very found of greek museums .. But we decide to pay a visit after a worse dinner on the other side of the road at the no. 1 greek tavern Meze-Meze .
Believe me , was a delicious desert to spend some time...More