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  • houses (from the Classic and Hellenistic periods). A large statue of Aristotle stands 14 kilometres to the southwest, in a park with a wonderful view
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  • Greece Excavations of ancient Stageira, birthplace of the philosopher Aristotle Beaches Local flower and pine honey from Nikiti and Arnea, the two biggest
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  • Chalkidiki Excavations of ancient Stageira, birthplace of the philosopher Aristotle Statue of Aristotelis near the modern village Stageira. The Forest of
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  • world. It's little wonder that much of ancient art and philosophy—from Aristotle to Homer, many were citizens of cities along this coast—was developed
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  • mainland. Assos was also the site of the academy established by philosopher Aristotle. (updated Oct 2015) 39.116727.1833  Bergama (Northern Aegean). The UNESCO-listed
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  • to breathe while submerged in water. Snorkeling is also mentioned by Aristotle in his Parts of the Animals. He refers to divers using "instruments for
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  • Among the most popular places to drink a coffee or a beer are: Aristotle Sq (Aristotelous) - The most popular tourist cafés and bars lie in the
    57 KB (6,149 words) - 19:46, 27 January 2016
  • Thessaloniki (among them the very good school of Modern Greek language in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) while others have centers in the islands offering
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  • Jews) and the popularity of certain "compatible" Greek philosophers like Aristotle in medieval Christian Europe is a late result of this intellectual movement
    45 KB (7,119 words) - 22:42, 24 December 2015