|1||–Y. Lidia||Folk Songs: A Boat From Hios; Karagouna (Thessaly); A Fishing Boat Sets Off|
|2||–H. Emmanouel||The Frivolous One|
|3||–A. & E. Hadjidaki||Little Sea|
|4||–G. Zambetas||If God Helps Me|
|5||–(Instrumental)||The Flea Market|
Composed By – S. Xarhakos
|6||–V. Moskoliou||I Searched Your Eyes|
|8||–V. Moskoliou||Below Your Balcony|
|9||–H. Patronidis||Little Dolphin|
|10||–H. Marselos||Speak To Me|
Composed By – S. Xarhakos
|12||–G. Bithikotsis||Girl From Syros|
|13||–V. Moskoliou||I Love Him! I Love Him!|
Composed By – G. Zambetas
Record includes a bound booklet, 20 pages long, inside a semi-hardstock gatefold cover. This includes full-color photos of ancient sculptures and works of art and archaeological sites, and a town-by-town list of places to go and what to see.
The music on the record, per the booklet's introduction, is a compilation of “the living vital folk-music of Greece – the Laiki mousiki of the tavernas and the Bouzoukia.”
Issued in a gatefold sleeve.
Pressed in Athens, Greece.
- Rights Society: ΒΙΕΜ
- Other (Rights Owner): Μ. Χ.
- Other (Licence Number): 19706-1697-71
The National Archaeological Museum Greek: Εθνικό Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο in Athens houses some of the most important artifacts from a variety of archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity. It is considered one of the greatest museums in the world and contains the richest collection of artifacts from Greek antiquity worldwide. It is situated in the Exarcheia area in central Athens between Epirus Street, Bouboulinas Street and Tositsas Street while its entrance is on the. The major archaeological sites in Greece seem to stand outside and beyond the reaches of have been recognized as cradles of humanity and the excitement one feels when strolling along their ancient pathways is indescribable. Greece offers the world over 100 outstanding archaeological sites. Theatres, public assembly buildings, great temples, public markets, portray a history exceeding 5000 years. One of the most emblematic archaeological sites is that in Athens. The Acropolis, standing loftily on the rock of the same name, is a monument from the most illuminated period known in human. Exhibits from the most important museums, archaeological and historical sites in Greece. Ancient Greek Theatre Ancient Greek Art Ancient Ruins Ancient Greece Ancient History Mykonos Site Archéologique Ancient Architecture Archaeological Site. Greek ancient statue from the Antikythera shipwreck in National Archaeological Museum of Athens, Greece kitsakis. Videos Catolicos Greco Persian Wars Santorini Classical Period Art Antique Cemetery Art Art Sculpture Greek Art Ancient Greece. Marble funerary naiskos small temple of Aristonautes, found in the ancient cemetery of the Kerameikos, Athens 350-325 BC. Guide to the most important Greece archaeological sites in Athens, the mainland and Greek islands: The Acropolis, Delphi, Olympia, Delos, Mycenae, Epidaurus. Archaeological Sites in Greece. Delphi: The temple of Athena Pronea. Discover Delphi. Olympia: Temple of Zeus. Discover Olympia. Crete: Minoan Palace of Knossos. This is a list of museums in Greece by regional unit. Acropolis Museum. Archaeological Museum of Chora. Archaeological Museum of Kerameikos. Epigraphical Museum. Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art. Museum of the Ancient Agora. Museum of the Center for the Acropolis Studies. National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Old Acropolis Museum. Numismatic Museum of Athens. Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection. Byzantine, Ecclesiastic. Byzantine and Christian Museum of Athens. Various's Album Greece Museums-Archaeological Sites. Listen to all tracks of Greece Museums-Archaeological Sites for Sites in Peloponnese. Bassae Temple of Apollo Epicurius. Well known for its 5th century Temple of Apollo Epicurius, the remote archaeological site of Bassae was the first site in Greece to be added to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Even though it is one of the better preserved ancient temples in Greece and certainly worth a visit, visitors to the site will find that the temple is now covered with a protective, large white tent. Inside the temple was decorated with a spectacular marble frieze, the so-called Bassae Frieze, which is on display in London at the British Museum. The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is the largest archaeological museum in Greece and one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art. It was founded at the end of the 19th century to house and protect antiquities from all over Greece, thus displaying their historical, cultural and artistic value. OPENING HOURS. November 1st April: Tuesday: 13:00 20:00 Wednesday-Monday: 09:00 16:00. From Monday the 15th of June 2020 onwards, the National Archaeological Museum will welcome its visitors. Dear visitors, From Monday the 15th of June 2020 onwards, 13. MAR 2020. Aegina Attica Greece greek museums archaeological museums of Greece archaeological museums archaeological sites of Greece greek archaeological sites Aphaia The temple of Aphaia Αφαία Αίγινα Ελλάδα ελληνικοί αρχαιολογικοί χώροι αρχαιολογικοί χωροί ελλάδας ο ναός της Αφαίας. 683 notes. more notes. The only museums I perceive as worthy to hold and exhibit ancient art are archaeological museums, those museums who are reliable and fully aware of their collections and the cultures they represent. People should be able and want to travel all around the world to admire the artifacts of world heritage in their initial settings and birthplaces
Title: Greece Museums-Archaeological Sites
Release date: 1971
Style: Laïkó, Folk
Catalog: SCXG 70
Genre: Folk and World
Size MP3: 1873 mb
Size FLAC: 1489 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP