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|Excursion to the Meteora - monasteries|
|Experience the floating monasteries of Meteora.
A geological wonder.
There are many books on philosophy. But Richard David Precht book "Who am I?" Is different from all other entries. No one has been brought to the reader so knowledgeable and competent, yet so playful and elegant at the great philosophical questions of life. A unique path through the sheer wealth of our vast knowledge of man. Of brain research on the psychology of philosophy Precht brings us to the very latest stand like a puzzle is the composition of the amazing picture that the sciences are characterized today by the people. An exciting journey of discovery to ourselves: Clever, humorous and entertaining!
• An equally competent as a playful approach to the great philosophical questions
• A book that makes you want at the thought!
The world famous fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen, this book shows that he was also a gifted and sensitive travel reporter, 1841, the Danish author went to Greece and saw before him the country of the mind. From there we went to the Orient, the home of the fairy tale. Overwhelmed, he stood before the immense Constantinople, Stamboul of the Turks. Andersen writes enthusiastically, unbiased, humorous and romantic. He was right when he stated on the journey home: Still no book has given a true picture of Greece, and from what I've seen from the Orient. Here it is! Together with 50 engravings from the 19th Century and the rousing portrayals Andersen.
The death of his brother Theo forces Maroulis, after two decades to return from his adopted country Australia, back to Greece. He was expected but more than he had feared, because his father died shortly before his arrival. At the funeral, Theo meets his former fiancee Tassia. It should be a unique encounter, for his old flame is married and may not meet with him, although both realize that their love has stood the test of time. However, as Tassia makes an incredible discovery in her family, the pace of events. The search for the truth leads her into the darkest days of the Greek post-war history. Theo is the past and Tassia again bring together two or destroy? They have no other choice than to engage in a risky game.
Once again, Barbara & René Stoeltie take us on a journey to the most beautiful country houses in the world-this time to the mythical Greece. Join the Stoeltie `s in island-hopping and discover the best hidden treasures of Greece, like the one on top of a hill situated on Hydra House by Robert Browning, the descendants of the English poet, or a stunning Turkish-Greek palace from the 18th century , former residence of a Turkish governor, located on the Argo-Saronic Islands, now inhabited by a farming family. Also discover the cozy and romantic home of ex-pilot of Onassis, Touloumtzoglu Basile and his wife. The magic of Greece's charm exudes from this book.
He loves it, souvlaki to eat from the bag, while leafing through the dictionary and incorporate the latest Americanisms. His work at the Athens police, however, is not a lick of honey.
Kostas Charitos is particularly bad to talk to the journalists, and they just have to get involved in it, because Janna Karajorgi, a reporter for 'Hellas Channel', was murdered. Who was afraid of her revelations? To this murder is shrouded the wildest speculations that make Charitos Kostas' investigations are not easy. But he manages to remain himself - a fiery, incorruptible loner, a nostalgia in the modern Athens.
Commissioner Charitos is sick. Actually, he should have rest and pamper his wife. But something does not a real cop. Rather, he is in heat and smog in traffic jams, stuffing themselves with pills at a walking pace and chasing a group of criminals that has half the demi-monde of Athens in their power.
What happened in Istanbul, is now many decades ago. And yet finds the ninety-year nanny no rest she still has old scores to settle. Commissioner Charitos follow in their footsteps: they lead to Constantinople, in a past with two faces, one beautiful and one ugly. Petros Markaris presented with 'The Nanny' is a novel full of nostalgia - his most personal book.
The dream of a fairer world in his name is doing good, but also killed and violence exercised. This Katerina gets to feel as if they fall into the hands of terrorists. Her father Kostas Charitos rotates through almost. He, the Commissioner must now hold still, be patient, show nerves.
Bodo Morten emigrated to Greece after a long stay in the sanatorium. There, he now leads a quiet life in five years: meditate a lot, swim a lot, no alcohol, no cigarettes, no women. Appears to Monika Freymuth. The Bodo repels and fascinates. And to someone remembers ... Bodo knows only one way out and makes himself, armed with a five-liter bomb ouzo, in the mountains to consult the oracle.
Greece in the twenties of the 19th Century, the population rebelled against the Ottoman rule. In the turmoil of the early struggle for freedom, the young fighter Mando to the bold and stands at the head of the rebels on their home island of Mykonos. But what moves them into the deepest soul, is the passionate hatred of the unknown murderer of her father and the unhappy love for her cousin Marcus ... The story of an extraordinary woman who fought for freedom and love.
The former economic miracle Greece struggles with the most problems since its inception and turns into a tough test for the stability of the euro. * Background and reasons for the Greek disaster * Moving Reports from the center of the crisis that Europe and Greece * If an ordeal before? * The analysis of one of Greece's most prominent expert Wassilios Aswestopoulos K., journalist etc. analyzed for the focus and proven Greece experts with years of experience correspondent in this book the background and causes of the current crisis, and affected stakeholders can have their say and paints a clear picture of the current situation. He calls the authors by name and gives the first time a complete analysis of the often obscure facts and background of Greek tragedy.