List of Books
Mainland Greece, in which great cultural centres of Antiquity, such as Athens, Olympia and Delphi are located, is of tremendous archaeological and historical interest for the visitor. The guidebooks describe its regions, archaeological sites and museums.
|GREECE by E. Karpodini - Dimitriadi|
Athens, birthplace of Democracy and capital of Greece, is an important urban and cultural centre of inexhaustible interest for the visitor. The guidebooks describe the city, its unique archaeological sites, such as the Acropolis, and its many rich museums.
|THE GREEK CAVES by A. Petrocheilou|
|ATHENS by K.Servi|
|ACROPOLIS by M. Andronicos|
|ACROPOLIS by M. Andronicos|
|SOUNION by A. B. Tataki|
|A DAY IN PERICLE'S ATHENS by L. Krontina|
In the breathtakingly beautiful mountainous landscape of Central Greece lie the ruins of Delphi, the most important oracle in Antiquity. The guiedebooks describe the archaeological site and the wonderful masterpieces of ancient art that fill the Delphi Museum.
|DELPHI by M. Andronicos|
|METEORA by N. Nikonanos|
The Peloponnese, the peninsula of southern Greece associated inextricably with Greek mythology and history, is home to such important ancient sites as Mycenae, Olympia, Corinth and Epidaurus, as well as the ''Byzantine Pompeii'', Mystras. The guidebooks introduce the visitor to the archaeological and historical sites, as well as the museums of the Peloponnese.
|THE PELOPONNESE by E. Karpodini - Dimitriadi|
|MYSTRAS by M. Chatzidakis|
|ANCIENT CORINTH by N. Papahatzis|
Olympia, cradle of the Olympic Games and the Olympic Idea, is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. The guidebooks describe the fascinating ruins of the ancient sanctuary and the superb works of art in the Olympia Museum.
|OLYMPIA by M. Andronicos|
|OLYMPIA by A. and N. Yalouris|
'Gold-rich' Mycenae, the most important prehistoric archaeological site in Mainland Greece, was the cradle of the splendid Mycenaean Civilization. The guidebooks describe the ancient monuments of Mycenae and its wider area.
|MYCENAE - EPIDAURUS by S. Iakovidis|
|MYCENAE by G. E. Mylonas|
Macedonia, an extensive region of northern Greece, realm of Philip II, whose rich tomb was recently discovered at Vergina, and of his son Alexander the Great, abounds with places of natural beauty, as well as ancient and historical monuments from all periods of its long past. The guidebooks describe the archaeological sites, byzantine monasteries and the unique monastic community of Athos, we well as the remarkable exhibits in its many museums.
|MACEDONIA by É. Touratsoglou|
VERGINA by M. Andronicos
MOUNT ATHOS by S. Kadas
The isles of Greece are among the most popular tourist venues in the world. A complete series of illustrated guidebooks introduces the visitor to the unrivalled natural beauty and the countless archaeological and historical monuments of the Greek islands.
|THE GREEK ISLANDS by E. Karpodini - Dimitriadi|
|CORFU by A. B. Tataki|
|SANTORINI by Christos Doumas|
|PATMOS, THE TREASURES OF THE MONASTERY Editor : A. D. Kominis, Professor of Byzantine Literature at the University of Athens|
Situated in the east Aegean, the very lovely island of Rhodes flourished during Antiquity and was headquarters of the Hospitaller Knights during the Middle Ages. The guidebooks describe its natural beauties and its ancient and medieval monuments.
|RHODES by A. B. Tataki|
|THE KNIGHTS OF RHODES by E. Kollias|
|LINDOS by A. B. Tataki|
Crete, the large Greek island in the centre of the eastern Mediterranean, cradle of the great prehistoric Minoan Civilization, is one of the most popular tourist regions in Greece. The guidebooks describe its impressive landscape, its archaeological sites and museums.
|CRETE by A. Kofou|
|ARCHANES by J. and E. Sakellarakis|
|KNOSSOS by A. Michailidou|