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Doubts about the effectiveness of Venice's experimental entry fee for day trippers in terms of limiting numbers but it does raise cash! www.frommers.com/blogs/passportable/blog_posts/ven…

Between 15 July and 11 August 2024, Copenhagen is trying CopenPay, an innovative incentive scheme encouraging green tourism behaviour. The city will be offering free food and free entrance to attractions to visitors who have cycled, participated in cleanups, or volunteered at urban farms. Tickets and photos can be used as proof. www.visitcopenhagen.com/copenpay

CopenPay - Free attractions for climate actions | Visit Copenhagen

Copenhagen attractions reward climate-friendly actions.All our choices have an environmental impact, so why not make conscious decisions that benefit us all and be rewarded for…

Conflict and coexistence in Chania: A 13th century church, later a mosque, then a church (Agios Nikolaos), featuring a minaret and campanile, cars competing for space with pedestrians, anarchist banners protesting the forced evacuation of a university squat by authorities, in a part of the old town that may still be resisting gentrification.

Conflict and coexistence in Chania: A 13th century church, later a mosque, then a church (Agios Nikolaos), featuring a minaret and campanile, cars competing for space with pedestrians, anarchist banners protesting the forced evacuation of a university squat by authorities, in a part of the old town that may still be resisting gentrification.
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Immortality may be Humanity's oldest dream but this phenomenal Olive tree may have achieved it! Planted between two Geometric era cemeteries in Ano Gouves, western Crete, with its heartwood long gone and with a hollow trunk, it still produces Homer's "liquid gold" 3,000 or possibly 4,000 years later! Her branches were used to make wreaths for the Athens 2004 Olympics. It has witnessed a series... Show more

Immortality may be Humanity's oldest dream but this phenomenal  Olive tree may have achieved it! Planted between two Geometric era cemeteries in Ano Gouves, western Crete, with its heartwood long gone and with a hollow trunk, it still produces Homer's "liquid gold" 3,000 or possibly 4,000 years later! Her branches were used to make wreaths for the Athens 2004 Olympics. It has witnessed a series of invaders from Minoan times to silly tourists ignoring signs and invading her trunk for a selfie! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olive_tree_of_Vouves
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A pioneering exhibition, matching the genius of Picasso with his original inspiration the Minotaur of Crete and geometric ancient Greek Art runs at Eleftherna Archeological Museum, Crete until 20 October 2024. 62 Picasso sculptures and paintings are displayed side by side with the ancient relics from Eleftherna, an incredibly rich site continuously inhabited since neolithic times! More details... Show more

A pioneering exhibition, matching the genius of Picasso with his original inspiration the Minotaur of Crete and geometric ancient Greek Art runs at Eleftherna Archeological Museum, Crete until 20 October 2024. 62 Picasso sculptures and paintings are displayed side by side with the ancient relics from Eleftherna, an incredibly rich site continuously inhabited since neolithic times! More details at https://mae.uoc.gr/

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Andean organic farm and hotel just outside of Otavalo, one of the most important indigenous markets in all of Latin America. Your days can be as busy as you like with a variety of activities…

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