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Kalogria Beaches

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Kalogria, Larissos is a commonplace of the western part of the county, and Achaia. Its nearest school and Metohija. Kalogria is famous for its sandy beaches. The beaches stretch north to the nearest areas of climbing. More than 80 climbing routes of mountain Mavros Oros. Kalogria Beach Resort is near the famous beach. It covers the Ionian Sea and the view is Aetolia Akarnania and South Ionian Islands. Given that the islands and Oxeia Echinades face NW. Setting Kalogria located west of the mountain and the rock is on the east Kalogria and its landscape is rocky and bushy. Forests dominated by a lot of northern and central part and the southern part, which contains trees pineless. Forest is a small lake. Forest covers Kalogria east while farmlands are to the east. The wetlands are used to control the western part. The rest of March is used for cultivation.

The road from Paralimni not in use and is not paved.

The perfect place for your holidays, located beside the famous pine forest Strofilia with a sandy beach in the northwestern Peloponnese. Constists the complex of 3 main buildings and galows bread are distributed in a beautiful garden with trees and a small river.

Facilities: A / C, restaurant, beach bar, TV room, a small supermarket, a playground, disco, animation program, tennis court.

For those who like in’Kalogria beach sports, you can enjoy many water sports. Beach awarded with the program “Blue Flag”.

Library of Celsus, Ephesus

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Library of Celsus, Ephesus The Library of Celsus is a Roman mausoleum and library created in the early 2nd century AD. As one of the most beautifully reassembled buildings in Ephesus, it has become an icon of the ancient metropolis. History

The Library of Celsus was comissioned by the Consul Julius Aquila as a mausoleum for his father, Julius Celsus Polemaeanus, Roman governor of the Asian Provinces. It may be that Celsus was awarded daring honors, which would furthur rationalise the expense.

The monument was constructed between 110 and 135 AD, after which Celsus was smothered in a niche on the right side of the back wall. With a few 100’s of years of its manufacturing a fire demolished the studying room and the library fell into disuse. Around four hundred AD, the courtyard below the exterior steps was changed into a pool. The fakeness collapsed in an earthquake in the tenth hundred years.

The Library of Celsus was increased from the rubble to its present outstanding state by F. Hueber of the Austrian Historical Institute between the early 70’s and 1978. What to See Located next to the south gate, the Library of Celsus is 21m wide and over 16m high with a 2.4m-deep portico.

The mausoleum-library originally had three stories, with galleries in the upper two stories. Scrolls and codexes were stored in the niches, dispensed by a librarian. In total, 30 bookcases held about 12,000 scrolls. The reading room faced east in order to take advantage of the best light.

The lower niches of the facade contain four statues, which are through to represent Wisdom, Knowledge, Destiny, and Intelligence. These are replicas of the originals that are now in Vienna. Latin and Greek inscriptions can be seen amongst the ruins of the library