Amman is the one of the most relaxed cities in the Middle east that I have visited. This time, I just wondered around the city centre and visited the places I enjoyed the most. https://videopress.com/v/9Qe8jpWq?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata Most people come here to visit other sites, such as Petra, the Dead Sea, and many other attractions. Amman, the... Continue Reading →
Athens Deja Vu!
This is a city of which I never tire. Once again, I had the opportunity to go back to Athens, and I visited some of my favorites sites. The Temple of Olympian Zeus is also known as the Olympieion or Columns of the Olympian Zeus. It was built around 470 bc, the time the ancient... Continue Reading →
Visiting Mother Aegena
This little island is only 27 km from Athens. It is very easy to get there, and perfect idea for a day trip outside the buzz of the big city. It has a very interesting history. Belonging to the Saronic group of islands, Aegina has many archaeological monuments, picturesque villages, and beautiful beaches! During ancient times... Continue Reading →
The amazing Agora is the marketplace of ancient Greece. This market has been closed for centuries, but it is opened for tourists to walk the ancient streets where Socrates and Plato used to walk, and see remnants of the ancient stoas, buildings and statues. Agora literally means gathering place. Also know as Athens' Dimotiki Agora, this... Continue Reading →
Back in Ancient time!
Here I am again, back in the great city of Athens. This city is so magical, and every time I come back here it feels different from before. An interesting fact is that even if you take pictures of the same site, it nevers looks the same. This city is famous for its history... Continue Reading →
This historic site is situated in the centre of Amman, Jordan. It is also known in Arabic as Jabal al-Qal'a, the site of ancient Rabbath-Ammon. Occupied since the Bronze Age, it's surrounded by a 1700m-long wall, which was rebuilt many times during the Bronze and Iron Ages, as well as the Roman, Byzantine and Umayyad periods.... Continue Reading →
The Lost City!
The ancient City of Pompeii is only an hour away from the coastal city of Naples. It is simply incredible. Along with Herculaneum, and many villas in the surrounding area, it was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. The eruption destroyed the city, and... Continue Reading →
Jolly Japes in Jerash
The Ruins of Jerash are amazing and well preserved; they are also known as The Ruins of the Walled. They are situated in Jordan, north of the capital Amman. They are a mix of Greco-Roman and the ancient Arab traditions. This place is full of history dating back to the pre-classical period of the 1st... Continue Reading →