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Pythagorio the island of Pythagoras! (Video)

Pythagorio

Pythagorio is a village of Samos in Greece, located in the southeastern part of the island! The population according to the 2011 census is 1,272 residents.The name of the settlement until 1955 was Pan (Tigani in Greek language), so renamed Pythagorio from the International Organization of Pythagoreans in honor of …

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Pythagorion, a beautiful village in Samos – Video

Pythagorion (Beach)

Pythagorion is located in the south eastern part od Samos. It has the facilities a visitor is looking for (international airport, port, marina, nice and clean beaches etc). It is a convenient base for those who want to visit the rest of Samos interesting sights (monasteries, castles, museums). THE VIDEO …

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“Heraia-Pythagorean” Festival 2015: The Events

Ηραία Σάμου

From 24 July until 19 September 2015 the “Heraia-Pythagorean” Festival will be held in the city of Pythagorion. The festival sought to represent the ancient feastival of Heraion. Program: Friday, 24 July 2015, Ancient Theatre of Pythagorion: “A Tribute to Melina Mercouri”. Starting Time: 21:00 Tina Alexopoulou will perform well-known …

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The Exhibition of Aleksandra Domanovic in Art Space Pythagorion of Samos

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For sixth consecutive year, Schwarz Foundation invites young and talented artists, from all around the world, in Greece (Samos), for one week, in order to participate to an artistic co-existence, which aims to contribute to the notion of better understanding between diverse peoples, through art. As a platform of creative …

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Efpalinio tunnel

Efpalinio tunnel

INTRODUCTION:  Samos, Polycratis, Efpalinos, 6th century B.C. Approximately 2,500 years ago, during the 2nd half of the 6th century B.C., the island of Samos was governed by the notorious Tyrant Polycratis.  Samos was a distinguished naval power and thus experienced great economic and political prosperity. Polycratis commissioned unique technical works, …

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The Archaeological Museum of Pythagorion

Archaeological Museum of Pythagorion

Pythagorion and Hereon of Samos where declared “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO, in 1992. The Archaeological Museum of Pythagorion was inaugurated in 2010 and ever since attracts more and more visitors each year. In its bright ground floor the exhibits “tell” the history of the ancient city of Samos. The …

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Pythagorion Beach

Πυθαγόρειο

Pythagorion Beach is a cosmopolitan beach, next to Pythagorion. Pythagorion beach is located just after Pythagorion. It is 2 km long with many large hotels to stay. It is regarded as one of the most organized beaches of Samos. The waters are calm and cool, while visitors can enjoy everything that …

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Pythagorio

Πυθαγόρειο

Pythagorion lies o­n the southeast part of the Island and its original name was Tigani. It comes from the Italian word dogana, which meant Customs Station, from the station that the Venetians had established there – with the permission of the Byzantines- during the 12th to 13th century AD. The …

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