A must-see for world history buffs: The Daedalic Kore of Olympia!
Santorini’s return for being among the top locations for sport and tourism has received huge enthusiasm from guests. The visitors can take in unique Aegean perspectives through Fira and Oia along with the brand new and impressive run routes, the open water swimming track, Imerovigli and Akrotiri. In countries like The U.S.A., Brazil, Uruguay, South Africa, Nigeria, Jamaica, India, Great Britain, Germany and France professionals and amateur athletes and swimmers came together in Santorini on September -. A Daedalic core of Thira is a show of culture which was on display during the celebration, also captured interest.
The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Ms. Sofia Zacharaki, the Mayor of Thira the Mayor of Thira, Mr. Antonios Sigalas and the deputy Director of Thira and Cultural Head, Ms. Sofia Kitsou visited the Daedalic Kore from Thira. This rare example of Greek sculpture, which dates back to the first century BC It was discovered from Charalambos Sigalas (Thiraean archaeologist), during rescue excavations in the cemetery of Thira. It is currently an important part of the Archaeological Museum of Thira. We now have an opportunity to see the masterpiece that archaic Kore made.
The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Ms. Sofia Zacharaki, had the honor of attending Santorini in September to celebrate the revival of the iconic sports tourism event, Santorini Experience. Santorini Experience. It has grown into a significant sporting event, which combines sport and culture and bringing together athletes from all over the globe. The athletes even were able to experience a on a tour through the beautiful white Naxian marble with a size that was astronomical.
It was an honor for to work with the Ministry of Tourism to grant support to Santorini Experience. This event shows how even popular destinations are able to diversify their offerings and provide the best options to tourists. This is in line with our priority of supporting the events that promote sport and culture tourism as they are a singular basis of reference not only for the island of Santorini as well as for Greece as a whole.
“Greece as well as Greeks through this year’s record-breaking tourism performance, have shown that we are able not only to overcome global crises however, we are also able to exceed goals,” said the Mayor of Thira, Antonios Sigalas. “The bet for the future is for tourism development to last for a long time, be balanced, sustainable and quality. The role of institutions like Santorini experience is vital.
It was a great pleasure to discover of this Half Marathon was named after the Daedalic Kore from Thira. It was an honor and pleasure to have the pleasure and honor to join the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Mrs. Zacharaki, on a excursion to the Archaeological Museum of Santorini. Thira’s Municipality places great emphasis on more than just tourism, but on culture as well. The investment plan has been awarded support by the Ministry of Culture once more. The assistance will allow the museum to remain one of Thira’s most visited tourist destinations.
The conclusion of this piece concludes the fact that Greece and Greeks are proving that they have the capacity of overcoming global crises as well as exceeding expectations. This is a positive indication for the future of tourism in Greece that is focused on being sustainable, balanced and quality.