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Sea surface temperature, Greece, May 2016
 
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Το βίντεο δείχνει την πορεία της θερμοκρασίας στην επιφάνεια της θάλασσας γύρω από τη χώρα μας, όπως μετρήθηκε από το ραδιόμετρο AVHRR του δορυφόρου NOAA-19 τον μήνα Μάιο. Ο δορυφόρος περνά πάνω από την περιοχή μας τις βραδινές ώρες και πραγματοποιεί μέτρηση στην επιφάνεια της θάλασσας (SST) εν απουσία νεφών. Αν υπάρχουν νεφώσεις η μέτρηση αντικαθίσταται από αποτελέσματα ενός περίπλοκου αλγόριθμου, βάση τιμών προήγουμενων ημερών, γύρω περιοχών και μέσους εποχικούς όρους. Η SST δεν μεταβάλεται σημαντικά από μέρα σε μέρα και επηρεάζεται από ρεύματα και τις απορροές ποταμών.
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Lionfish invading the Mediterranean Sea
 
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Read the full report: http://mbr.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s41200-016-0065-y Rising sea temperatures in the Mediterranean are encouraging alien lionfish species to invade and colonise new territories with potentially serious ecological and socioeconomic impacts. https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/news/lionfish-invading-the-mediterranean-sea
Some of the best beaches in Greece! 720p/HD
 
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Greece has more than 16,000 kilometers (9,320 miles) of coastline, 200,000 beaches, 6,000 islands (and islets). Greece's coastline is by far the longest coastline in the Mediterranean sea, and the tenth longest in the world. The deepest point in the Mediterranean Sea is called the "Calypso Deep", it is located in the Ionian Sea in Greece, and is 5,267 meters deep (17,280 feet). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The quality of coastal bathing waters in Greece is systematically monitored since 1988 (according to Directive 76/160/EEC), and since then Greece has been receiving excellent reports on it's bathing water sites, with more than 95% of them meeting the most stringent guide values (excellent quality). According to the 2012 European bathing water quality report of the European Environment Agency, Greece and Cyprus have the cleanest coastal bathing waters in Europe. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regardless of your location in Greece, a beach won't be far away. Beaches in Greece have a serene, peaceful atmosphere. Most beaches have shallow, calm, crystal clear waters that make them ideal for young children and families. Due to the country's peninsular shape, big waves do not usually reach the beaches, except those that are exposed to the open ocean, which are mostly preferred by windsurfers. Apart from the long wide sandy beaches, and those lined with pine (in the North), or palm (in Crete) trees and lush green grass in the north, there are many small rocky, pebbly inlets, perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. There are also numerous remote beaches that are only accessible by boat, and other secluded naturalist beaches lining the coasts of Greece, where nudism is quite prevalent. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conditions in various beach destinations in the world can differ greatly. During the tourist season, Tropical Weather (in contrast to Mediterranean Weather), can produce unpleasant atmospheric conditions like: Sudden storms, monsoons, floods, clouds, extreme humidity and precipitation, unpleasantly warm sea temperature, dangerous strong ocean rip currents that can pull swimmers away from the shore without them even noticing and huge waves that can cause sea water to lose its clarity and become foamy, murky and dirty. Moreover, due to vast presence of algae, low salinity/iodine levels, excessive bacterial and micro-organic activity (which can be highly pathogenic), the sea color in the Tropical Zones can obtain a repulsive, slimy green color. In contrast to the Tropics, Greek summer is always hot, calm, sunny, cloudless and dry and the Greek sea is blue, clear and a lot safer, not only health-wise but also due to the fact that encounters with dangerous/venomous sea creatures and organisms is extremely rare in Greece, as such species are not endemic to the Mediterranean region. (There is only one anecdotal tale of a fatal shark attack in the Greek islands, and that was reported nearly a century ago). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Video Info: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: 00:00 - 07:08 "Salt Tank - Sargasso Sea" (InternalRecords) 07:09 - 09:08 "Mikro - Eikones" (UndoRecords/ EMI /Warner) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pictures: Mainly from Flickr / Panoramio / Trekearth accounts. If you own any of the pictures presented in this video and want your name to be displayed in a video annotation box on the corresponding picture, please contact me and make sure you provide the link where your original picture is displayed! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: 1) I do not own any of the content presented in this video. 2) All content belongs to its rightful owners. 3) This video is strictly for research/reviewing purposes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for watching.
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Rhodes Island Greece - Amazing WaterSpout - 12/29/2016
 
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Amazing footage of a water spout off the coast of Rhoades Island on the southeast of Rhodes City in the Aegean Sea in the Mediterranean Sea, southeast Greece. Shot Description Three clips of an amazing waterspout forming in the Aegean Sea. Clip 1 Waterspout forming over open water. Clip 2 Extremely close up views of the waterspout as it spins and pans over to a rain bow. Clip 3 Continued tight shots of the waterspout over open water.
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Остров Родос Греция  старый город и пляж /Greece  Rhodes old town and the beach
 
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Пляжи в центре города Родос очень красивые. Есть огромный порт от куда отходят лайнеры. Сразу возле моря возвышается старый город Родос- основная достопримечательность.
BEACH IN FUERTEVENTURA, CANARY ISLANDS, CORRALEJO BEACH, FUERTEVENTURA TRAVEL
 
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BEACH IN FUERTEVENTURA, CANARY ISLANDS, CORRALEJO BEACH, FUERTEVENTURA TRAVEL, the second largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, sits in the Atlantic Ocean 100km off the north coast of Africa. It’s known primarily as a holiday destination due to its white-sand beaches and year-round warmth cooled by constant winds. The multitude of beaches that wrap around it are interrupted by cliffs and sheltered coves. It's popular for water sports, especially surfing, windsurfing and waterskiing. There is a theory, although for many a legend, which says that the Canary Islands, among which of course is Fuerteventura were part of the lost civilization of Atlantis. Fuerteventura was chosen among 500 European destinations by the Quality Coast International Certification Program of the European Coastal and Marine Union as one of the most attractive tourist destinations for visitors interested in cultural heritage, environment and sustainability. The climate on Fuerteventura is pleasant throughout the year. The island is hence referred to as the island of eternal spring. The sea regulates air temperature, diverting hot Sahara winds away from the island. The island's name in English translates as "strong fortune" or "strong wind", the Spanish word for wind being viento. During the winter months, temperatures average a high of 22 °C (72 °F) and a low of around 15 °C (59 °F), whereas during the summer a mean high of 28 °C (82 °F) and a low of 20 °C (68 °F) can be expected. Precipitation is about 147 mm (6 in) per year, most of which falls in autumn and winter. December is the month with highest rainfall. A sandstorm known as the Calima (similar to the Sirocco wind, which blows to the North of the Sahara, to Europe) may blow from the Sahara Desert to the Northwest, and can cause high temperatures, low visibility and drying air. Temperatures during this phenomenon rise temporarily by approximately 10 degrees Celsius. The wind brings in fine red dust, The fine white sand is not blown in from Sahara, It is made up of dead coral reef and local seabed upheaval. visibility can drop to between 100 to 200 m (328.08 to 656.17 ft) or even lower and can even bring African locusts to the island. The cuisine is fairly basic due to the customs and climate conditions. They share this simplicity with the other Canary islands, and similarly to them, they use a large quantity of fish. They also use whatever they can grow in the near-barren land. This includes papas arrugadas, a dish of wrinkled potatoes usually served with mojo, which is a hot pepper sauce or with puchero canario, a meat stew. Seafood is prepared in many ways traditionally, such as pejines (salted fish),[29] jareas,[30] or sancocho (a type of stew) made from fish, generally the grouper,[31] corvina or sama, boiled after salting, and served with mojo, potatoes, or gofio (a type of grain). People are also very keen on the mussels and limpets collected on the island's coasts. They also use meat such as beef and pork to make different dishes or simply to for braising, but their main meat is goat, both from the kids and from the older animals. They eat the goat roasted or stewed. Goats are not only useful for their meat - the Fuerteventurans also use the milk to make the cheese majorero, which has won many prizes. The majorero is mostly made of goats milk, and occasionally it is up to 15% ewes milk. It is cured in pimento oil or gofio meal. Majorero and palmero cheese are the only two Canarian cheeses with protected denomination of origin. Corralejo is a town on the northeast coast of Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands of Spain. It's known for Corralejo Natural Park, featuring windy, dune-backed beaches like Playa del Moro. The park is home to endangered wildlife and Montaña Roja, a volcano with panoramic views. The town, a former fishing village, is dotted with eateries and bars. Nearby Lobos Island is a nature preserve with rare birds. Thanks to the large expat population, the town has a diverse population that varies from the local Spaniard, to the Irish, British, German and Finnish people who have settled in the resort. The area has 7 miles (11 km) of fine sand starting 2 miles (3.2 km) outside of Corralejo, alongside some smaller bays across the coast. In addition, there are several miles of sand dunes located nearby, which have been designated as a nature reserve. The waters around Corralejo are clear and an intense shade of blue, but are affected by strong currents. The town's beaches are somewhat more sheltered and have a band of volcanic rock along the shoreline. Corralejo is serviced by a bus service (both public and chartered) and by a local taxi service operated by the region of La Oliva. The public bus service (Tiadhe) operates a bus service from the island's capital Puerto del Rosario (number 6), and from Puerto del Rosario to Caleta de Fuste and the Fuerteventura Airport (number 3)
Views: 37289 GIRL IN PARADISE
Winter in beautiful Aegean sea, Greece
 
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Sea water is clear, clean, calm, beautiful for long walk and enjoying. Temperature is from 8 to 12 C. Water is changing colors depend from clouds and sun. But below surface, sea is crystal clean and beautiful. Plomari is small village (app. 3500 people) 1 hour from Mitilini, capital of Lezbos. Plomari is known for family tourism. Nice sea, nice taverns, excellent food, live Greek music, nice people.
Scuba Diving Caverns and Wrecks in Rhodes Greece - 2015
 
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Highlights of some diving around Pefkos in Rhodes with Waterhoppers. Beth my usual holiday dive buddy has had two years off so this was her first dives in a while. We were diving the Caverns around Pefkos and the wreck of the cargo ship Giannoula K. Built in the Netherlands and launched in 1953, the Giannoula K went through several owners and by different names before sinking in Plimiri in 1981. Still virtually intact with nice swimthoughs. Water Temp 28 degrees and viz 20m+
Views: 3961 Kevin Phillips
beach Podluka, Baška Voda, Croatia
 
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To get more info about this beach click here: http://www.beachrex.com/en/croatia/dalmatia/baska-voda-beaches/beach-podluka Explore high resolution photos, immerse yourself into the 360 panorama sphere, parking photo, path photo, webcam, live weather, live water temperature, beach characteristics, accommodation and tons of other useful information.
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Rhodes - June 2018
 
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Highlights from our recent trip to Rhodes, Greece in June 2018. Filmed on a GoPro Hero 5. ___________________________________________________________________ Music Link ➞ https://youtu.be/-4z8VY3qE_o Artist SC ➞ https://soundcloud.com/7obu Music Provided by Chill Royalty Free Music https://goo.gl/5NfMV4
Views: 2558 dylomi
beach Kolovare, Zadar, Croatia
 
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To get more info about this beach click here: http://www.beachrex.com/en/beach/beach-kolovare Explore high resolution photos, emerge yourself into the 360 panorama sphere, parking photo, path photo, webcam, live weather, live water temperature, beach characteristics, accommodation and tons of other useful information.
Views: 652 BeachRex
Vouliagmeni Lake with Inspire 1
 
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Vouliagmeni (Greek: Βουλιαγμένη, meaning "sunken") is a seaside town 25 km south of Athens, Greece. Immediately to the south of town and very close to the sea, a rare geophysical formation is to be found that gave the suburb its modern name: Lake Vouliagmeni ("Sunken Lake"), a small brackish water lake fed by underground currents. Because of its constant and comfortable water temperature, the lake functions as a year-round spa.
Views: 17436 Eleftherios Rigatos
Sea-Doo Seascooter Explorer X DPV
 
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To buy & for more info: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-94/131709/Sea-Doo-Seascooter-Explorer-X-Underwater-Scooter.html This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of the Sea-Doo Seascooter Explorer X DPV. A true Tech/Rec Scooter/DPV (Diver Propulsion Vehicle) - Up to 3.3mph for 120 minutes. Outfitted with new pressure-valve technology that allows smart depressurization of the unit after ascending to the surface. Engineered to withstand the toughest environment. Variable 3 speed controls. Ergonomically designed. Dual trigger operation. Safety lock. Battery voltage indicator. High temperature protection. Auto shut off. Ballast weights included. The world´s lightest propeller - fully caged. Waterproof circuitry increases protection against accidental flooding. To purchase scuba gear, scuba diving equipment & snorkeling gear visit http://www.scuba.com
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SV Sea Nymph Skipper MISSING in Lake Champlain
 
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The owner of the SV Sea Nymph went missing in Lake Champlain. You will hear the story of how he was found and the cause of his disappearance near his moored sailboat at Point Bay Marina, Lake Champlain near Thompson’s Point in Charlotte, Vermont. The Vermont State Police is identifying the missing man as George Ruhe, 67, of Wethersfield, Connecticut, and Brattleboro, Vermont. Mr. Ruhe was an accomplished photographer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, and Sports Illustrated. His dinghy was found on October 25, 2018, on a marshy shore. His body was found soon afterward underneath a moored sailboat. His last contact with anyone was on 11 AM on Sunday, October 21, 2018, when he texted a friend that he was rowing out to his sailboat the Sea Nymph which was moored next to Point Bay Marina, in Charlotte, VT on Lake Champlain. He was not reported missing until he missed a meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. The water temperatures were between 50-55 degrees Fahrenheit in late October on Lake Champlain according to weather.gov. Hypothermia in those temperatures can lead to loss of manual dexterity in 10 to 15 minutes in that cold of water. Once manual dexterity is lost drowning is very possible without the use of a life jacket. Some press releases from the Vermont State Police are below written by Cpl. Andrew Leise, VSP Williston. See them at https://vtstatepolice.blogspot.com/2018/10/update-williston-barracks-report-of.html http://vtstatepolice.blogspot.com/2018/10/update-3-williston-barracks-report-of.html "Mr. Ruhe was last seen at the Point Bay Marina in Charlotte, Vermont, at about 11 a.m. Sunday, and indicated in a message to a friend that he was rowing at that time. A dinghy used by Mr. Ruhe to reach his sailboat, which is moored at the marina a short distance from shore, also is missing. His vehicle was found Wednesday parked at the marina. He was reported missing Wednesday afternoon after failing to appear for meetings earlier in the week. " "At about 4:30 p.m., crews including the Vermont State Police Dive Team recovered a body from the vicinity of a sailboat moored in Lake Champlain at Point Bay Marina in Charlotte. The body was preliminarily identified as that of George Ruhe. The body will be brought to the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office in Burlington for an autopsy to confirm identification and determine the cause and manner of death." "***Update 2:40 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018*** At about 2 p.m. the crew of a fixed-wing aircraft from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations unit assisting in the search located what appeared to be the missing dinghy in a swampy, shallow area in the south end of Town Farm Bay. The Vermont State Police with help from Point Bay Marina staff recovered the dinghy about 20 minutes later and brought the boat to shore." Photos from the October 25, 2018, post on https://www.facebook.com/VermontStatePolice/ Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class MyeongHi Clegg Coast Guard Station Burlington, Vt., crews conduct ice rescue training on Lake Champlain. (U.S. Coast Guard video by Master Chief Dale Steinmetz. 01.06.2017 Video by Mani Albrecht U.S. Customs and Border Protection U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations, San Diego Air and Marine Branch Multi-Role Enforcement Aircraft taxiing on the ramp at Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI). Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Barresi U.S. Coast Guard District 1 Coast Guard Station Burlington's ice rescue team trains to rescue people who have fallen through the ice in Burlington, Vermont. (U.S. Coast Guard Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Barresi) Christophe Favreau/PPL/GGR took the photo of Commander Abhilash Tomy and his sailboat. The eBook of AROUND THE WORLD SINGLE-HANDED: The Cruise of the Islander is at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07C3THFZV Get all your Mantus gear at http://www.mantusanchors.com/?affiliates=15 Mantus Anchors is a title sponsor of this video.Support the videos at www.Patreon.com/slowboatsailing On the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast Linus Wilson has interviewed the crew of Sailing SV Delos, WhiteSpotPirates (Untie the Lines), Chase the Story Sailing, Gone with the Wynns, Sailing Doodles, and many others. Get Linus Wilson's bestselling sailing books: Slow Boat to the Bahamas https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018OUI1Q2/ Slow Boat to Cuba https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MFFX9AG https://gumroad.com/l/cubabook and How to Sail Around the World-Part Time https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B0OFYNW/ https://gumroad.com/l/sailing have been #1 sailing bestseller on Amazon. Associate Producers Anders Colbenson, Larry Wilson, Ted Royer, Sam Balatsias, Kevin Yeager, and Rick Moore (SSL). Sign up for our free newsletter for access to free books and other promotions at www.slowboatsailing.com music by www.BenSound.com Copyright Linus Wilson, Vermilion Advisory Services, LLC, 2018
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Nice Beach on Rhodes Greece
 
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It was a sunny day in July, the temperature was high above 30ºC, and the sea was calm. The tsampika beach was almost empty, it were quite a good vacations
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Турция Мармарис. Ичмелер. Памуккале. о.Родос Греция. Плаваю с черепахами. VLOG№28
 
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Новый влог про приключения в Турции готов! В этом влоге вы увидите - Мармарис, Ичмелер, Памуккале, о. Родос в Греции, нашумевший Барстрит, Танцующий Фонтан, Древний город Иераполис и его античный театр. Поплаваем в маске для снорклинга, вместе с редкими черепахами из красной книги Caretta-Caretta в Эгейском море. Проведу для вас легкий обзор отеля и пляжа Marti La Perla. И многое другое - приятного просмотра ;) Ссылки на мои соц сети: Инста: http://instagram.com/continental FB: http://facebook.com/dbilichenko Моя страница: http://vk.com/contine Drive2: https://www.drive2.ru/users/continentals/ Сайт портфолио: http://bilichenko.org
Views: 16295 Dmitriy Bilichenko
Kitesurfing from Torö to Gotland
 
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This is a short film about the kite-trip me (Kaj Kjellgren) and Lars Ahlstedt made from Torö to Gotland (Sweden) 22:nd of august 2014. We were the first ever to do this trip with kites. The distance was 73,2 nm and basically all of it extremely off-shore. Due to the fact that it had been blowing off-shore for two weeks before the trip, cold water had been dragged up from the deep parts of the Baltic Sea giving us a nice 8 C water-temperature during the first half of the trip. We planned the trip in detail and all went well. Worth mentioning is that we made the whole trip without a boat following us.The feeling of being 30 nm from any land with just a kite and a board was completely amazing.
Views: 5114 Kaj Kjellgren
LIFE OF THE OCEAN - Enya
 
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Life of the Ocean a trip completely surrounded by ocean sea creatures along with beautiful music by Enya. Discover the vastness of the ocean as you go on this jouney within this video. "Though generally described as several 'separate' oceans, these waters comprise one global, interconnected body of salt water often referred to as the World Ocean or global ocean.[2][3] This concept of a continuous body of water with relatively free interchange among its parts is of fundamental importance to oceanography.[4] The major oceanic divisions are defined in part by the continents, various archipelagos, and other criteria. These divisions are (in descending order of size): Pacific Ocean, which separates Asia and Australia from the Americas Atlantic Ocean, which separates the Americas from Eurasia and Africa Indian Ocean, which washes upon southern Asia and separates Africa and Australia Southern Ocean, sometimes subsumed as the southern portions of the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans, which encircles Antarctica and covers much of the Antarctic Arctic Ocean, sometimes considered a sea of the Atlantic, which covers much of the Arctic and washes upon northern North America and Eurasia The Pacific and Atlantic may be further subdivided by the equator into northern and southern portions. Smaller regions of the oceans are called seas, gulfs, bays, straits and other names. Geologically, an ocean is an area of oceanic crust covered by water. Oceanic crust is the thin layer of solidified volcanic basalt that covers the Earth's mantle. Continental crust is thicker but less dense. From this perspective, the earth has three oceans: the World Ocean, the Caspian Sea, and Black Sea. The latter two were formed by the collision of Cimmeria with Laurasia. The Mediterranean Sea is at times a discrete ocean, because tectonic plate movement has repeatedly broken its connection to the World Ocean through the Strait of Gibraltar. The Black Sea is connected to the Mediterranean through the Bosporus, but the Bosporous is a natural canal cut through continental rock some 7,000 years ago, rather than a piece of oceanic sea floor like the Strait of Gibraltar. Despite their names, smaller landlocked bodies of saltwater that are not connected with the World Ocean, such as the Aral Sea, are actually salt lakes. The ocean has a significant effect on the biosphere. Oceanic evaporation, as a phase of the water cycle, is the source of most rainfall, and ocean temperatures determine climate and wind patterns that affect life on land. Life within the ocean evolved 3 billion years prior to life on land. Both the depth and distance from shore strongly influence the amount and kinds of plants and animals that live there. Ocean travel by boat dates back to prehistoric times, but only in modern times has extensive underwater travel become possible. The deepest point in the ocean is the Mariana Trench, located in the Pacific Ocean near the Northern Mariana Islands. It has a maximum depth of 10,923 metres (35,840 ft).[15] The British naval vessel, "Challenger II" surveyed the trench in 1951 and named the deepest part of the trench, the "Challenger Deep". In 1960, the Trieste successfully reached the bottom of the trench, manned by a crew of two men. Much of the ocean bottom remains unexplored and unmapped. A global image of many underwater features larger than 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) was created in 1995 based on gravitational distortions of the nearby sea surface."
Views: 299580 Archmetal06
LUXURY 4 BEDROOM TRADITIONAL VILLA WITH MAGNIFICENT SEA VIEWS IN LUZ
 
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Luxury villa situated in a privileged position, on top of a hill with fantastic panoramic views of the ocean. This villa blends luxury and unparalleled designs, a traditional architecture, but with the most modern equipment that provides comfort and quality. We choose this as a property of greater refinement, originality and quality that you can find in the western Algarve. With an area of 2.400m2, this villa was thought to the detail so that its inhabitants enjoy the maximum pleasure in and outside the house, or as far as the eye reaches. A grand entrance hall leads to a magnificent living room with access to large terraces where we can enjoy unique views of the sea, gardens and a fantastic swimming pool. The kitchen is fully equipped with appliances top of the mark Miele, has access to a space "barbecue" also fully equipped. This villa has 4 bedrooms. The views over the sea / pool surround the main one bedroom, walk in closet and Roman style bathroom with Tavertino stones from Italy. All the other 3 bedrooms have a private bathroom and sea views. To provide even more luxury and comfort this property has a room with sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi. It also has an office, a laundry room, a multipurpose room ideal for gym. The exclusive touch of this villa is in a "secret" compartment, a magnificent wine cellar, "bodega" style, air-conditioned with the ideal temperature. Outside we have an access to a spacious garage. The manicured gardens and palm trees surround the house. The quality of construction and insulation are a big point in the description of this home. All windows are in reinforced PVC and double glazed windows, as are reinforced doors. The heating is made by a gas fireplace and the underfloor heating. Due to its implantation on the hill, it enjoys a privileged sun exposure, privacy and, above all, an incomparable sea view. http://www.marcelapropriedades.com/property-for-sale/villa-luxury-pool-beach-sea-ocean-view-luz-lagos-ref_c3104/62140
Views: 291 Marcela Properties
The Peninsula All-Suite-Hotel Accommodation Sea Point Cape Town South Africa
 
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http://www.peninsula.co.za Ideally located on the "Platinum Mile" overlooking Robben Island, The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel is minutes away from the Cape Town CBD and bustling V&A Waterfront. The complimentary shuttle operates with in an 8km radius, and upon arrival at reception their staff will welcome you with warm Capetonian hospitality. Situated on the ground floor is the Sunset Restaurant and Faces Bar serving meals throughout the day complimented by the Sunset Deck and bar, the ideal venue to enjoy a cocktail. Facilities include two swimming pools, and a gym with sauna. Catering to all your conferencing and function requirements with ease. Each of the elegant temperature controlled, one-hundred and ten suites has a lounge, kitchen and a balcony with uninterrupted ocean views. Unwind with bubbles, and a 180 degree view After a wonderful day at The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel, watch the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean,
Views: 12916 Africa Travel Channel
5-Year-Old Food Forest & Homestead Tour | Spring Update
 
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​Curious to know how our own farm is coming along after the winter has passed? If you are new to our channel, this is our home base, Sandhill Farm in Spring Hill, Florida. The farm's main purpose is to serve as a model & species bank for others in our own community or who also live in a similar climate to our own zone 9a (just north of Tampa). We grow tropical & temperature fruits, spices, herbs & perennial vegetables that come to us from similar climates from all over the world! The component to our success with these sub/tropical species is the oak canopy that we use as a living greenhouse. The old oaks allow us to push the subtropical edge, growing sub/tropical species & collecting as much diversity as we can find. Our primary focus is building soil, encouraging maximum biodiversity above the ground & below. The only irrigation used on the farm is for our nursery. Heavy mulching, constant cover crops, dynamic accumulators, nitrogen fixers & other beneficial species = a booming perennial agriculture system! JOIN US at the 6th Annual LOQUAT FESTIVAL! March 23, 2019, 9am - 2pm Frances Avenue Park 5580 Frances Avenue New Port Richey, FL 34653 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/6th-annual-florida-loquat-festival-tickets-54289332856 ____________________________________________________________ Want to support GreenDreams for FREE?!!! http://amzn.to/2uAXvKV Simple, Fast, FREE Shipping with Amazon Prime http://amzn.to/2uFsAf8 ______________________________________________________________ To learn more about us, as well as our products & services: https://www.greendreamsFL.com ____________________________________________________________________ To learn more about our mission, as well as our services: https://www.greendreamsFL.com Follow us on Social media https://www.facebook.com/GreenDreamsFlorida/ https://www.instagram.com/GreenDreamsFL ____________________________________________________________________ Have we made a difference for you? We would much appreciate your contribution to keep improving upon the quality, content & consistency of this channel. Support Us @ https://www.patreon.com/greendreamsFL
What Is The Weather Like In Greece In January?
 
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Yr weather statistics for kea, south aegean (greece)where is hot in january 2018? . January weather averages for athens, greece holiday. January is on average the coolest month weather averages, sunshine, and tips best time to visit. Weather in january 2017 athens, greece time and date. Traveling to greece in december and january tripsavvy. Climate in greece temperature, precipitation, when to go, what pack. Information about the weather in santorini island greece, climate and monthly january is probably rainiest month one of coldest. 19 dec 2014 here is all the truth about greek islands in winter and why you should or some large islands, like corfu, rhodes and crete, are relatively lively even in however, it is usually cold in winter, especially in january and february, surely you will not be swimming in the sea as the weather will be cold what is the weather like in crete in january? A brief description with january weather averages weather forecast for athens, greece with average record and high low temperatures, precipitation and more. Tabular view for temperature and precipitation per monthmonths, normal, warmest, coldest, normal. Athens, greece monthly weather forecast. Kos, greek ampitheatre to try out various sports like water skiing, wind surfing and scuba diving discover where's hot in january now for a holiday book. Best island in january for decent weather greece forum tripadvisor. Athens january weather 2017 accuweather forecast for attica average temperatures greece in current results. 800 metres (2,600 feet) above sea level, the average temperature in january is 1 c (34 f). Past weather in athens, greece january 2017 Now feels like 79 f. Jun 22, 2010, 6 12 amgreece has a winter like anywhere else and january is smack bang in the middle get athens, greece typical weather including average record temperatures from accuweather tables give maximum minimum monthly based on data collected over several decades. Plan your trip better with the help of our weather forecast guide for destination !. Both of which have excellent all inclusive resorts and usually enjoy fantastic weather in january. Weather by month in santorini greece, climate and temperature. Winter in greece greek travelthomas cook. Weather in crete january west. 9 5 jun 2017 kos weather averages and climate information jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec, year. Greece, weather in january climate and travel budget. January weather averages for athens, greece holiday weather the end of january is much like middle, with same average daily temperature in order to learn about some greece's history, check out acropolis re best island decent. You can jump to a separate table for greece in january, weather january the best destinations this seasonbest prices. Best time of year to visit santorini the 2017 guide dave. September in santorini the weather is much like june hot and sunny but cooling a little 23 sep 2017 best months for swimming beach weather? Best
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Swimming in Greece, Corfu
 
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Enjoying the beautiful water in Greece
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Most UNBELIEVABLE Discoveries on Earth
 
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Our planet holds some pretty exciting things, from hidden histories to surprising mysteries, and we thought we’d give you another look at some of the more excellent finds on the place we call home. Here you’ll find birds bigger than you can fathom, temperatures that were once deemed impossible, devices that we don’t know much about, and much more. So sit back, grab a snack, and get ready for Most Unbelievable Discoveries on Earth! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Watch our "Evidence That Aliens HAVE Visited Earth " video here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL227eb9FSI Watch our "CRAZY Ideas That Actually Worked!" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0n2wEAiOcg Watch our UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !" video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNNLwdBI7Gk 4. Absolute Zero It seems as though absolute zero isn’t so absolute! It was once thought to be the coldest temperature possible, but as some researchers showed a few years back, absolute zero isn’t the coldest that things can go! What temperature is that? Well, it’s negative 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit or negative 273.15 degrees Celsius! Holy moly! When the temperature of an object is taken, the temperature is actually a measure of how much its atoms are moving, and at absolute zero, the particles in things stop moving altogether, therefore, according to the Kelvin scale, nothing can be colder than that. But, a team of scientists in German from Ludwig Maximilian University managed to cool down a cloud of gas atoms inside of a vacuum to below the negative 459.67 point, and the researchers were so surprised with their accomplishment that they didn’t even know what to do with the atoms! They reached temperatures that were a few billionths of a Kelvin below the absolute zero mark, and that’s remarkable! The almost unbelievable temperatures reached are officially the lowest ever found and the gas particles are the coldest things that have ever existed… on our planet, at least. 3. The Tsunamis of Mars So, there seems to be some proof that Mars could have experienced some powerful tsunamis back in the day, like way, way back in the day, like billions of years ago! We first started to think that there may have been a vast Martian ocean back in the 1990’s when a man named Timothy Parker studied images from NASA’s Viking program and found what might actually be an ancient shoreline on the planet. Since the findings, some scientists have come up with the idea that some of the asteroids that created the pockmarked surface of the planet probably crashed into the giant ocean, which would have, without a doubt, caused tsunamis. And they’ve found some evidence that is compelling enough to pay attention to. There seem to be features known as “thumbprint terrain” near where the tsunamis are thought to have hit, which can be explained by how a tsunami works: in multiple pulses, one on the way inland and one on the way back out to sea. It’s thought that the waves would have reached a massive 300 meters tall but would have died down to roughly 75 or 80 meters by the time they hit the shore. That’s 262.467 feet! The tallest wave ever recorded on Earth was 78 feet tall… just let that sink in. 2. Antikythera So, if you haven’t heard of the Antikythera Mechanism yet, it’s time that you learned a little bit about it. It was discovered back in 1900 or 1901, inside of the Antikythera shipwreck off of the Greek island Antikythera… hence the name. It’s believed to have been designed as some kind of ancient analog computer by the Greeks to try and accurately predict eclipses and various astronomical positions. It’s made up of a complex system of at least thirty meshing bronze gears, and detailed imaging suggested that it was made up of 37. It’s also said to have been used to help track the cycle of different athletic games that were similar to the Olympic Games. The intensely technologically advanced mechanism has been dated back to somewhere around 87 BC and was lost just a few short years later, and the shipwreck in which it was found happened around 70 to 60 BC. It’s not exactly known why the mechanism was on board the ship but many think that it was stolen and was being transported from Rhodes to Rome with all sorts of other stolen treasures to support a parade that was being held by none other than Julius Caesar. This just goes to show that ancient civilizations were more advanced than we thought… or was it aliens, man? 1...
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Chill and Thrill with Derwent Hunter and Ocean Rafting in the Whitsundays!
 
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Combine two of the Whitsundays’ best day tours with a Tallship Derwent Hunter Whitsundays sailing adventure and Ocean Rafting Whitehaven Beach tour on the Chill and Thrill package! Sail, raft, swim, snorkel and relax…you can do it all! Visit iconic Whitehaven Beach, as well as some lesser known deserted island beaches, with some of Australia's best snorkelling on both days. This is the ultimate package to give you the best of everything you can do in the Whitsunday islands. Lunch and courtesy bus transfers included both days.
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The Zenobia Wreck Dive - September 2018
 
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Maximum Depth: 30.00m (dive) Water Temperature: 30°C Video Capture: GoPro Hero 5 with Red Filter This was my first dive after achieving my Open Water Advance and Deep Diver specialty. I wish I had also completed the Nitrox course as the no dec time ended the time waaay before my air was giving me any trouble. Would love to return more qualified for a proper explore of this one.
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Welcome to Rhodes beach-es !
 
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👉 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2J3lVG7 👈 New Adventures Every Month! Click 🔔 and live the journey… It doesn't matter where you go in life as long as you go to the beach. And we went to lots of beaches .. Our advice? Stay golden as long as the Summer lasts ! You can activate the english or greek subtitles in the lower right corner by pressing the cc button☝ Μπορείτε να ενεργοποιήσετε τους αγγλικούς ή τους ελληνικούς υπότιτλους, επάνω δεξιά!☝ Sponsored by THE COCA-COLA COMPANY VisitmyGreece ◼ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/visitmygreece ◼ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/VisitMyGreece ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- SissyChristidou ◼ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sissychristidou ◼ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sissychristidou ◼ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/sissychristidou ◼ SNAPCHAT: Sissy Christidou (sissychristidou) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ThodorisMarantinis ◼ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thodorismarantinis_official ◼ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thodorismarantinis ◼ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/marantinis ◼ SNAPCHAT: marantinis ◼ We thank All Senses Nautica blue exclusive resort & spa, member of Hotel Brain & Aegeo Spa for the great experience and hospitality! http://allsensesnauticablue.com ◼We thank https://www.yachtcharter-rhodes.com and especially Thanos for the awesome boat ride! ◼Drone adventure by https://www.onedayproduction.org/ ◼ Special thanks to Marwin for the ending aerial shot https://www.instagram.com/marwin_h_music For business inquiries: [email protected]
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life and sea.... MARMARİS/TURKEY
 
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Marmaris From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmaris Marmaris (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈmɑɾmɑɾis]) is a port city and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline of the Turkish Riviera. Marmaris' main source of income is tourism. It is located between two intersecting sets of mountains by the sea, though following a construction boom in the 1980s, little is left of the sleepy fishing village that Marmaris was until the late 20th century. In 2010, the city's population was 30,957,[3] and peaks at around 300,000 to 400,000 people during the tourist season. It is also a centre for sailing and diving, possessing two major and several smaller marinas. It is a popular wintering location for hundreds of cruising boaters, being also served by the nearby Dalaman Airport. Marmaris has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen: Csa) characterised by a hot dry summer and mild rainy winter. Showers and rain are very unlikely between May and October. Summers are hot and dry, and temperatures are especially high during the heatwaves in July and August. October is still warm and bright, though with spells of rain, and many tourists prefer to visit in the early autumn, especially in September, because the temperatures are not as hot. Winters are mild and wet. Winter is the rainy season, with major precipitation falling after November. The annual rainfall can reach to 1,232.7 millimetres (48.531 in); the rainfall is concentrated during scattered days in winter falling in heavy cloudbursts which cause flash floods sometimes in flood prone areas.[4] Although it is not certain when Marmaris was founded, in the 6th century BC the site was known as Physkos (Ancient Greek: Φύσκος or Φοῦσκα), also Latinized as Physcus, and was in a part of Caria that belonged to Rhodes, contained a magnificent harbour and a grove sacred to Leto.[6][7] According to the historian Herodotus, there had been a castle on the site since 3000 BC. In 334 BC, Caria was invaded by Alexander the Great and the castle of Physkos was besieged. The 600 inhabitants of the town realised that they had no chance against the invading army and burned their valuables in the castle before escaping to the hills with their women and children. The invaders, well aware of the strategic value of the castle, repaired the destroyed sections to house a few hundred soldiers before the main army returned home. The city became known as Marmaris during the period of the Beylik of Menteşe; the name derives from the Turkish word mermer, Greek màrmaron (marble) in reference to the rich deposits of marble in the region, and the prominent role of the city's port in the marble trade. In the mid-fifteenth century, Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror conquered and united the various tribes and kingdoms of Anatolia and the Balkans, and acquired Constantinople. The Knights of St. John, based in Rhodes had fought the Ottoman Turks for many years; they also withstood the onslaughts of Mehmed II. When sultan Suleiman the Magnificent set out for the conquest of Rhodes, Marmaris served as a base for the Ottoman Navy and Marmaris Castle was rebuilt from scratch in 1522. Lord Nelson and his entire fleet sheltered in the harbour of Marmaris in 1798, en route to Egypt to defeat Napoleon's armada during the Mediterranean campaign. The 1957 Fethiye earthquakes almost completely destroyed the city. Only the Marmaris Castle and the historic buildings surrounding the fortress were left undamaged. Since 1979, renovation work has been continuing at the castle. Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the castle was converted into a museum. There are seven galleries. The largest is used as an exhibition hall, the courtyard is decorated with seasonal flowers. Built at the same time as the castle in the bazaar, there is also a small Ottoman caravanserai built by Suleiman's mother Ayşe Hafsa Sultan. In 2018, archaeologists discovered the tomb of the ancient Greek boxer Diagoras near the city of Marmaris. They announced that a pyramid-shaped structure was the mausoleum of the Greek boxer. The following words inscribed in the mausoleum: “I will be vigilant at the very top so as to ensure that no coward can come and destroy this grave,”[8] Until 1970, the structure was believed to be the grave of a saint and was visited by locals seeking answers to their prayers, but upon discovery that it was not a holy site, the structure was looted.[9
Sofia boat trip Rhodes.Greece.
 
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First dog to swim the English Channel: Channel Swim Training 2017: The Naked Swimmer
 
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Today's swim (13 November 2016) was at Brandy Cove in Swansea. Sea temp was around 10 degrees and Jowi came training with me - he will be the first dog to swim the English Channel or maybe not!
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America's Climate Change Future – Session 2: Carbon bubbles and climate futures
 
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America's Climate Change Future: Housing Markets, Stranded Assets, and Entrenched Interests Session 2: Carbon bubbles and climate futures Presider/discussant: Debbie Gordon (Brown University) Joe Aldy (Harvard University), “Focal Carbon Prices” Marcelo Ochoa (Federal Reserve Board) "Price of Long-Run Temperature Shifts in Capital Markets" Armon Rezai (Institute for Ecological Economics, Vienna) “Stranded assets in fossil fuel industries and the capitalization of climate risks” The Rhodes Center for International Economics, the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, and the Office of the President are pleased to announce a one day conference on the economic and political consequences of climate change. The conference focuses on three key areas. First, the economics of rising sea levels for real coastal estate markets, which comprise a large portion of US housing market growth and hence personal wealth. The economics of ‘stranded carbon assets.’ That is, the raw materials and financial assets tied up in carbon release that have a high current value but whose values could decline precipitously in the future, especially if ambitious action is undertaken as scientific consensus suggests is needed. The third is the organized politics of climate denial: who are the agents and institutions behind scientific disinformation and how can such a politics best be countered? A lunchtime keynote speech will be given by Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. Lunch will be provided for participants. Read full Research Brief on the conference: https://watson.brown.edu/research/2019/brown-university-hosts-conference-americas-climate-change-future Co-sponsored by the Office of the President, the Rhodes Center, and IBES, Brown University, and the Office of U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse
Rhodes harbour, Rhodes, Greece, Europe
 
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Rhodes is the principal city and a former municipality on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Rhodes, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. It has a population of approximately 100,000. Rhodes has been famous since antiquity as the site of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Colossus has been used in many poems, the most famous being Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The citadel of Rhodes, built by the Hospitalliers, is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city of Rhodes is a popular international tourist destination. The city of Rhodes is situated in the north-east tip of the island and forms a triangle from north to south. It is the smallest municipality of the island in terms of land area and the largest in population. It borders the Aegean Sea to the north, the east and the west and with the municipalities of Ialysos and Kallithea in the south. In Köppen climate classification, it is classified as hot-summer Mediterranean climate. The lowest recorded temperature -3°C and the highest recorded temperature was +42°C. The island of Rhodes is at a crossroads between Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This has given the city and the island many different identities, cultures, architectures, and languages over its long history. Its position in major sea routes has given Rhodes a very rich history. The island has been inhabited since about 4000 BC (Neolithic Period). The city of Rhodes was formed by the cities of Ialyssos, Kamiros and Lindos in 408 BC, and prospered for three centuries during its Golden Age, when sea trade, skilled shipbuilders, and open-minded politicians of the city kept it prosperous until Roman times. The Colossus of Rhodes, one of the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was built by the Lindian sculptor Chares between 304 and 293 BC, which took 12 years and was completed in 282 BC. The statue represented their sun god Helios, which stood at the harbour entrance. The ancient city had a well-constructed sewage system as well as a water supply network as designed by Hippodamus. A strong earthquake hit Rhodes about 226 BC, badly damaging the city and toppling the Colossus. For the next eight centuries it lay in ruins until it was sold to a Jewish merchant, reputed to require 900 camels to haul it away. In 164 BC, Rhodes came under Roman control. It was able to keep its beauty and develop into a leading center of learning for arts and science. The Romans took from the Rhodians their maritime law and applied it to their shipping. Many traces of the Roman period still exist throughout the city and give an insight into the level of civilization at the time. According to Acts 21:1, the Apostle Paul stopped at Rhodes near the end of his third missionary journey. In medieval times, Rhodes was an important Byzantine trading post, as also a crossroads for ships sailing between Constantinople and Alexandria. In the early years of the divided Roman Empire, the Isaurians, a mountain tribe from Cilicia, invaded the island and burned the city. In the 7th century AD it was captured by the Arabs. The latter were the ones who removed the scattered pieces of the Colossus from the port and moved them to Syria where they destroyed them to make coins. After the fall of the Byzantine Empire to the Fourth Crusade in 1204, the native noble Leo Gabalas took control of the island, but after his death and succession by his brother John, the island was briefly occupied by the Genoese before being returned to the Emperor of Nicaea, though ushering in a new, but short-lived, Byzantine period. The Knights Hospitallers captured and established their headquarters on Rhodes when they left Cyprus after the persecution of the Knights Templar in 1307. Pope Clement V confirmed the Hospitallers possession of the Island in 1309. The Knights remained on the Island for the next two centuries. In 1444, the Mamluk fleet of Egypt laid a siege to Rhodes, but the Knights aided by the Burgundian naval commander Geoffroy de Thoisy beat off the Muslim attack. After the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 the Ottoman Empire began a rapid expansion and in 1480 Sultan Mehmet launched an invasion of Rhodes commanded by Mesic Pasha. The defenders repelled Turkish attacks from both landward and seaward sides and the invaders left the Island in defeat. The defeat halted a concurrent invasion of the Italian peninsula by Ottoman forces and prevented possible Muslim incursion and control of Western Europe.
Views: 456 Pietro Pecco
Rhodes City, Rhodes, Greece, Europe
 
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Rhodes is the principal city and a former municipality on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Rhodes, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. It has a population of approximately 100,000. Rhodes has been famous since antiquity as the site of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Colossus has been used in many poems, the most famous being Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. The citadel of Rhodes, built by the Hospitalliers, is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city of Rhodes is a popular international tourist destination. The city of Rhodes is situated in the north-east tip of the island and forms a triangle from north to south. It is the smallest municipality of the island in terms of land area and the largest in population. It borders the Aegean Sea to the north, the east and the west and with the municipalities of Ialysos and Kallithea in the south. In Köppen climate classification, it is classified as hot-summer Mediterranean climate. The lowest recorded temperature -3°C and the highest recorded temperature was +42°C. The island of Rhodes is at a crossroads between Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This has given the city and the island many different identities, cultures, architectures, and languages over its long history. Its position in major sea routes has given Rhodes a very rich history. The island has been inhabited since about 4000 BC (Neolithic Period). The city of Rhodes was formed by the cities of Ialyssos, Kamiros and Lindos in 408 BC, and prospered for three centuries during its Golden Age, when sea trade, skilled shipbuilders, and open-minded politicians of the city kept it prosperous until Roman times. The Colossus of Rhodes, one of the original Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was built by the Lindian sculptor Chares between 304 and 293 BC, which took 12 years and was completed in 282 BC. The statue represented their sun god Helios, which stood at the harbour entrance. The ancient city had a well-constructed sewage system as well as a water supply network as designed by Hippodamus. A strong earthquake hit Rhodes about 226 BC, badly damaging the city and toppling the Colossus. For the next eight centuries it lay in ruins until it was sold to a Jewish merchant, reputed to require 900 camels to haul it away. In 164 BC, Rhodes came under Roman control. It was able to keep its beauty and develop into a leading center of learning for arts and science. The Romans took from the Rhodians their maritime law and applied it to their shipping. Many traces of the Roman period still exist throughout the city and give an insight into the level of civilization at the time. According to Acts 21:1, the Apostle Paul stopped at Rhodes near the end of his third missionary journey. In medieval times, Rhodes was an important Byzantine trading post, as also a crossroads for ships sailing between Constantinople and Alexandria. In the early years of the divided Roman Empire, the Isaurians, a mountain tribe from Cilicia, invaded the island and burned the city. In the 7th century AD it was captured by the Arabs. The latter were the ones who removed the scattered pieces of the Colossus from the port and moved them to Syria where they destroyed them to make coins. After the fall of the Byzantine Empire to the Fourth Crusade in 1204, the native noble Leo Gabalas took control of the island, but after his death and succession by his brother John, the island was briefly occupied by the Genoese before being returned to the Emperor of Nicaea, though ushering in a new, but short-lived, Byzantine period. The Knights Hospitallers captured and established their headquarters on Rhodes when they left Cyprus after the persecution of the Knights Templar in 1307. Pope Clement V confirmed the Hospitallers possession of the Island in 1309. The Knights remained on the Island for the next two centuries. In 1444, the Mamluk fleet of Egypt laid a siege to Rhodes, but the Knights aided by the Burgundian naval commander Geoffroy de Thoisy beat off the Muslim attack. After the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 the Ottoman Empire began a rapid expansion and in 1480 Sultan Mehmet launched an invasion of Rhodes commanded by Mesic Pasha. The defenders repelled Turkish attacks from both landward and seaward sides and the invaders left the Island in defeat. The defeat halted a concurrent invasion of the Italian peninsula by Ottoman forces and prevented possible Muslim incursion and control of Western Europe.
Views: 180 Pietro Pecco
Lionfish in scuba dive - Rhodes - Greece
 
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Temp: 21o C Max. Depth: 25m Lionfish @ 7m Location: Rhodes isl. - Greece
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Ma'In hot water fall trail Jordan, traveling all around the world..
 
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---(Subtitles/CC: Bosnian, Croatian, English, Portuguese, Serbian, Spanish)--- Walking trough one river I found in my way from Dead sea to Wadi Mujeb. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pierre.statue.serbia/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pierrestatue/ If you would like donate for my traveling: PayPal: [email protected] If you like my video and you would like that other people from your country be able to understand it, please try to translate it to your language. Click settings, Subtitles/CC and Add Subtitle :)
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Understanding and Predicting Ocean Weather
 
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A research team led by internationally recognised coastal oceanographer Professor Charitha Pattiaratchi, UWA Oceans Institute is using the latest technology to collect data and combining them with computer models to make predictions about ocean currents, wind and wave climate, sea level variability, beach stability and natural disasters. Their research has helped communities in Australia and globally in providing early warning systems and mitigating strategies to help communities minimise the effects of a natural disasters, evidence based predictions on the ocean state as well as predictions regarding changing climate. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2lj8OzR
Luxury Beach Villa with private Pool mineral water in a top condominium Natal Brazil
 
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Email:[email protected] Myhouseinparadise sells several models of beach villas with varying size, all with spectacular and large verandas   All our off-plan houses are immersed in nature and vary from 2 to more than 8 suite villas with all luxury features. Your beach villa with freehold plot features a crystal clear pool filled with 100 % mineral water,  lots of privacy, BBQ ( barbeque ) and all luxury amenities   Location: right at the corner of Brazil, only 70 km from the new international airport of the city of sun Natal   Climate: with its constant sea breeze and a temperature of about 27 ° C you can enjoy the best climate of Brazil   HEALTH AND WELLNESS: http://myhouseinparadise.com/es/ is surrounded by the sea and nature. The region has the cleanest air of the world (only beaten by Antarctica according to NASA). Myhouseinparadise that is located in the midst of a reserve is the ideal place for really unique health and wellness holidays (with abundant mineral water sources). Come and have a unique and healthy holiday in the best place of Brazil closest to USA and Europe.    Thanks to its superb location myhouseinparadise features the lowest concentration of radioactive radon http://myhouseinparadise.com/en/wellness_lifestyle.html   Myhouseinparadise is overlooking the sea and has a pristine secluded beach surrounded by dunes, palm trees ( and is located at the corner of Brazil ) ( with Farol do Calcanhar lighthouse the highest lighthouse of Latin America next to the properties ( Myhouseinparadise )  POOL WITH MINERAL WATER   Myhouseinparadise is the only project in Rio Grande do Norte ( Brazil ) where the drinking water from the tap is superb mineral water. The water in the pools and also the private pools is mineral water. This makes Myhouseinparadise a true center of health immersed in abundant nature. http://myhouseinparadise.com/wellness_lifestyle.html    SPORT   You can also enjoy all kinds of sports like swimming, mountain biking, volleyball, tennis,   beach basketball and beach football among others.   DESIGN   The villas are designed to maximize natural ventilation. Myhouseinparadise does not need air conditioning or heating and has a wealth of superb terraces overlooking the sea.  You can enjoy superb local, natural ( including vegetarian ) and international food.   INVESTMENT HOLIDAY   Come and see it all for yourself. An Inspection visit always is highly recommended, especially in this case because it is so pleasant. When?: From now until the 10th of December 2011.   If you decide to buy a house or land your stay will be completely for free.    However, if you decide not to buy you will only pay 159 Euros per week for the stay including all meals, juices and snacks ( the stay is all-inclusive )!   If you are interested in a combination of holiday and making a good, secure and lifetime investment, please visit our website www.myhouseinparadise.com and send an e-mail to [email protected]   Holiday and Vacation Rental Management - The Keys to Success!   The 10th of December 2011 Myhouseinparadise will open its doors for you to enjoy a superb health and wellness holiday. If you want to spend such healthy holiday you can become a 5% discount by sending an e-mail now to [email protected] Sending such e-mail does not create any obligation.   Myhouseinparadise: A SOUND AND HEALTHY WAY TO INVEST!
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greece Waterspout off Kyllini, ElisThunderstorm in Zagora 2-3-2019
 
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greece Waterspout off Kyllini, ElisThunderstorm in Zagora 2-3-2019 Welcome to weather /events subscribe me now We are a Science Page covering weather and events across the world. Find forecasts, nowcasts and reports on our news feed. Find information on severe thunderstorms, windstorms, extreme temperatures, heavy precipitation events and floods and wildfire and accident and space and nature more - right here. You are most welcome to submit weather events by sending us private messages your reports are much appreciated and will be posted on our videos subscribe me now
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islands sea peace  MARMARİS/TURKEY
 
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Marmaris From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmaris Marmaris (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈmɑɾmɑɾis]) is a port city and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey, along the shoreline of the Turkish Riviera. Marmaris' main source of income is tourism. It is located between two intersecting sets of mountains by the sea, though following a construction boom in the 1980s, little is left of the sleepy fishing village that Marmaris was until the late 20th century. In 2010, the city's population was 30,957,[3] and peaks at around 300,000 to 400,000 people during the tourist season. It is also a centre for sailing and diving, possessing two major and several smaller marinas. It is a popular wintering location for hundreds of cruising boaters, being also served by the nearby Dalaman Airport. Marmaris has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Köppen: Csa) characterised by a hot dry summer and mild rainy winter. Showers and rain are very unlikely between May and October. Summers are hot and dry, and temperatures are especially high during the heatwaves in July and August. October is still warm and bright, though with spells of rain, and many tourists prefer to visit in the early autumn, especially in September, because the temperatures are not as hot. Winters are mild and wet. Winter is the rainy season, with major precipitation falling after November. The annual rainfall can reach to 1,232.7 millimetres (48.531 in); the rainfall is concentrated during scattered days in winter falling in heavy cloudbursts which cause flash floods sometimes in flood prone areas.[4] Although it is not certain when Marmaris was founded, in the 6th century BC the site was known as Physkos (Ancient Greek: Φύσκος or Φοῦσκα), also Latinized as Physcus, and was in a part of Caria that belonged to Rhodes, contained a magnificent harbour and a grove sacred to Leto.[6][7] According to the historian Herodotus, there had been a castle on the site since 3000 BC. In 334 BC, Caria was invaded by Alexander the Great and the castle of Physkos was besieged. The 600 inhabitants of the town realised that they had no chance against the invading army and burned their valuables in the castle before escaping to the hills with their women and children. The invaders, well aware of the strategic value of the castle, repaired the destroyed sections to house a few hundred soldiers before the main army returned home. The city became known as Marmaris during the period of the Beylik of Menteşe; the name derives from the Turkish word mermer, Greek màrmaron (marble) in reference to the rich deposits of marble in the region, and the prominent role of the city's port in the marble trade. In the mid-fifteenth century, Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror conquered and united the various tribes and kingdoms of Anatolia and the Balkans, and acquired Constantinople. The Knights of St. John, based in Rhodes had fought the Ottoman Turks for many years; they also withstood the onslaughts of Mehmed II. When sultan Suleiman the Magnificent set out for the conquest of Rhodes, Marmaris served as a base for the Ottoman Navy and Marmaris Castle was rebuilt from scratch in 1522. Lord Nelson and his entire fleet sheltered in the harbour of Marmaris in 1798, en route to Egypt to defeat Napoleon's armada during the Mediterranean campaign. The 1957 Fethiye earthquakes almost completely destroyed the city. Only the Marmaris Castle and the historic buildings surrounding the fortress were left undamaged. Since 1979, renovation work has been continuing at the castle. Under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture, the castle was converted into a museum. There are seven galleries. The largest is used as an exhibition hall, the courtyard is decorated with seasonal flowers. Built at the same time as the castle in the bazaar, there is also a small Ottoman caravanserai built by Suleiman's mother Ayşe Hafsa Sultan. In 2018, archaeologists discovered the tomb of the ancient Greek boxer Diagoras near the city of Marmaris. They announced that a pyramid-shaped structure was the mausoleum of the Greek boxer. The following words inscribed in the mausoleum: “I will be vigilant at the very top so as to ensure that no coward can come and destroy this grave,”[8] Until 1970, the structure was believed to be the grave of a saint and was visited by locals seeking answers to their prayers, but upon discovery that it was not a holy site, the structure was looted.[9
Andreas Moe - "Ocean (Take the Dive)" music video
 
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Message from Andreas Moe: "So recently I signed my first ever record deal in the US with Nettwerk Music! We decided to go with a new version of my song Ocean as the first single here. It's a song that means a lot to me, not only because it's opened a lot of doors but also because it's one of those songs I can really stand tall behind and that I really enjoy performing live. I'm happy 'Ocean (Take the Dive)' is given this chance to travel all the way from little Sweden, across the Atlantic and try it's wings in the states.. Dream coming true. Here's the edited video! ❤” "Ocean (Take the Dive)" Spotify - http://www.smarturl.it/oceantakethedi... Apple - http://www.smarturl.it/oceantakethedi... Follow Andreas Moe Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/andreasmoemusic Twitter - https://twitter.com/andreasmoemusic Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/andreasmoe/ https://www.andreasmoemusic.com/ Subscribe! www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NettwerkMusic Follow Nettwerk: Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/nettwerkmusicgroup Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/nettwerkmusic Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/nettwerkmusic Tumblr - https://www.tumblr.com/blog/nettwerk Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/user/nettwerkmusic
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Divers dip into deep water for United Way
 
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Michael Brown Edmonton — Body temperatures plunged but the United Way's money thermometer inched higher on Friday as the University of Alberta's Jeux Du Commerce (JDC) team held its second annual Chillin' For Charity Polar Bear Swim. About 40 brave souls donned a wide range of poolside attire and dove, flopped, cannonballed and back-flipped into a cold-beer-temperature pool all in the name of the U of A's biggest charity drive. "The water was absolutely freezing, but as you can tell, the coldness of the pool was overshadowed by the fun of the day," said event organizer Maureen Walsh, of the arctic plunging that helped raise more than $30,000 for the United Way. It is, by far, the biggest contribution to date. "JDC recognizes the importance of community involvement and charity initiatives on campus," said Walsh. "That's where Chillin' for Charity fits into the competition." Chillin' For Charity is part of a challenge from JDC teams across Western Canada who host similar swims on the same day. JDC West provides students from nine universities the chance to compete in intense academic, social and athletic contests. As part of the $30,000 donation, U of A School of Business Dean Mike Percy raised the stakes by not only offering to match all funds raised by his Business 201 students, but also promising he'd bungee jump at West Edmonton Mall if their donations exceeded $2,500. The class raised $4,500. "Given that last year we raised $1,584.97, I thought it was a safe bet," said Percy, whose motive for this year was not just to raise more money but to improve on last year's dive. "Last year, I did what I thought was a perfect cannonball. There was a little problem in that I misjudged my height; I went too high relative to the depth of the pool. This year I will try for the same form, just not as high." Percy was joined by Mike Mahon, dean of the Faculty of Physical Education, in the ceremonial first dive which was followed by springboard performances from a cast of superheroes, synchronized swimmers, a newly married couple and the king himself, Elvis Presley. With that, the U of A's United Way fund-raising drive sits at $534,000 with a week to go, although donations for this year's total are counted right up to Dec. 31. "We only raised $6,500 last year, and this year it was $30,000 so it's bigger and better, and we're going to go even bigger next year," said Walsh, adding that hopefully these late fall balmy conditions carry over to next year's Chillin' For Charity Polar Bear swim. "(Last year) we had to chip ice off the water before Dean Percy jumped in. It was -32 C with the wind chill."
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The Art of Making Greek Olive Oil
 
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Shop Greek Olive Oils online: https://oliveoillovers.com/greek-olive-oil Transcript ----------------- Crete, the largest island of Greece. A crossroad of commerce and civilisations. A land touched by the Aegean Sea. A pure place, surrounded with natural beauty and breathtaking landscape with a temperate Mediterranean climate and eternal sunshine. Being blessed with the modern climate and fertile lands, Crete is ideal for the growing of olives. Five thousand years ago, the people of Crete were the first in Europe to tame the olive tree. They turned the wild olive trees into trees that can be cultivated. The Cretan olive oil is produced in olive groves nurtured by the Sun and Sea. It is cultivated in groves that are owned by the local families who know each tree and with great love and care they pick each olive with their own hands. For the people of Crete, nature is part of their roots, as they call them. Each year during winter, the people in the villages get together to gather the olives. The making of olive oil is a family affair, a reason to come together. It is tradition that passes on from generation to generation. The values are deeply rooted in each family member they have grown with them just like the olive groves cover up to two thirds of the cultivated land of the island, the olives are the symbol of Crete. They are an inextricable part of life. Its history goes back into the centuries. The use of olive oil in the Cretan diet can be traced back into the past, as far back as the linear scripts, A and B of the Minoan civilization. It has been documented that the Minoan people have been using olive oil ever since 2000 BC. The olive is the symbol of peace; the prize of the ancient Greek Olympic champions, the Olympic laurel is a leaf of an olive branch. Even today, the harvest of the olives is considered a ritual and it is carried out in a traditional way. The olives are struck the long sticks and fall on large pieces of cloth, then they're collected one by one by hand. This traditional method guarantees the best quality of the fruit and the longevity of the tree. The selection is made very carefully so that only the best quality olives are placed into the sacks. But the day is not over as the selected olives now need to be taken to the local mill for pressing. For centuries now olive oil has been the base of the Cretan diet. Olive oil - the liquid gold according to Homer - is a miraculous source of nutrients. When the gathering of the fruits is completed, it is essential that the olives are taken to the mill on the same day to produce the freshest oil. There, the olives are crushed and the olive oil is extracted. In the past, granite wheels were used in order to press the olives. Today, the presses used are made out of stainless steel. First, the olives are separated from their leaves and washed. Afterwards, they are crushed into a pulp which is then homogenized in large mixer. And finally, through the process of centrifugal separation, the olive oil is extracted. From the mill, the fresh oil is taken to the bottling factory. There, it is stored in stainless steel tanks under the optimal conditions where it is allowed to settle for at least one month. Before oil is to be bottled, it must first go through a mechanical filtering process, to be cleared from any remaining moisture and plant matter. During the entire process, the temperature is kept below 60°F/16°C to maintain the integrity of the oil. The filtered oil is now ready for the bottling line. First, the empty bottles are inspected and cleared for the clean air blast, then the bottle Is vacuum filled with the oil and closed with a pilfer proof top. Next, an overcap is placed on the bottle and the labels are applied. A thorough final inspection carried out before the bottles are cased and ready for shipment. The Cretan diet is proved to be one of the healthiest diets in the world which is attributed to its wide use of olive oil. An irreplaceable ingredient that makes our salads and all types of food unique and fill with exceptional taste and nutrition. Olive oil helps pump up the human body. It assists it in producing and storing energy and, most of all, as if from the fountain of youth, it is thought to decelerate the body's aging. The people of Crete have a good heart and not just in a metaphorical way. They have one of the lowest rates of cardiovascular disease in the world attributed to their high consumption of olive oil. Cretan olive oil is light and tasty with a unique aroma. It is the perfume of nature of the fields of chamomile and the Cretan herbs that harmoniously blend with the scent of olives. It is the way that the olives collected. It is the place blessed. It is the people who care for their trees and they're in touch with the land who still preserve and follow the tradition and wisdom passed on from their ancestors. The welcoming of the new harvest is their reward, a celebration for the olive.
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What Is The Weather Like In Greece In July?
 
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Climate in naxos temperature, precipitation, when to go. Weather in greece and the islands greeka. F), that of july average monthly weather and climate information for athens, greece in charts. July weather averages for athens, greece holiday weather. July weather on santorini (95. Feels like 79 f forecast 63 78 wind 10 mph from north climate information for naxos weather averages, sunshine. July weather averages for athens, greece holiday. If you're in greece for the nightlife then this is time to visit. July weather averages for santorini, greece holiday. Greece weather greece, europe forecast tripadvisor. Is the weather uncomfortably hot in greece july? Greece average temperatures current results. Weather and climate monthly averages athens, greecethomas cook. July is a popular month with tourists looking for some guaranteed sunshine and almost no rain. Mind you!) is that this summer will be like 2007 extraordinarily hot average july temperatures for cities and islands in greece, including lists of monthly high low degrees celsius fahrenheit 15 jan 2012 greece the. Greece too warm in july august? Lonely planet. 23 may 2009 i am trying to make a decision regarding travelling to greece in july. July is the hottest month july one of busiest months year in santorini, greece, when families july, average temperature for santorini begins at 26c on 1 st and get athens, greece typical weather including record temperatures from accuweather climate change current forecast conditions seasonal to go (mean 77 f (25 c) rainfall less than 0. July weather averages for crete, greece holiday. Much of italy is the same in summer with athens weather from season to and also what pack for your trip,weather if you are traveling greece july august make sure book hotels this a time go islands like mykonos, santorini, crete, or rhodes climate mediterranean summers that usually hot 'meltemi' which sweeps through east coast during 23 sep 2017 best month visiting santorini? Best months many people love quieter when feel have caldera sunset view all yourself. In the summer than southern greece, i don't care what people say, it isn't true). Greece year round travel information tripsavvy. Climate of the world greece what is best month for visiting santorini? Best months many people love in quieter when you feel like have that caldera or sunset view all to yourself. Athens has dry periods in april, may, june, july, august and september what's the weather like rhodes july? Located off coast of southern turkey, is largest dodecanese islands a typical. Winters are mild kos weather averages and climate information the greek island of is a part dodecanese islands in aegean sea perfect greece rainfall great temperatures succesful summer holidays guaranteed greece! aprilmayjunejulyaugustseptemberoctober 15 jan 2012 what's hiking biking like these months, given fact that we're fairly normal temperature end july to august 30 45 degrees c jul 2017 budget comparisons, travel tips, weathe
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Loutra Oraia Eleni - Λουτρά Ωραίας Ελένης
 
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http://www.greece-from-air.gr/ Τα λουτρά της Ωραίας Ελένης απέχουν 10 χλμ. από την Κόρινθο, ενώ η πηγή με το ιαματικό νερό της βρίσκεται προς το νότιο μέρος του αρχαίου λιμένα της Κορίνθου, Κεγχρεές. Τον 5ο αιώνα π.Χ. η πηγή ονομαζόταν Ρείτον, ενώ η ονομασία Λουτρό Ελένης φαίνεται να δόθηκε από τη βασίλισσα της Σπάρτης Ελένη, η οποία πιστεύεται ότι λουζόταν εκεί. Η ιαματική πηγή χαρακτηρίζεται για τη μεγάλη της παροχή. Αναβλύζει σε ένα όμορφο και πευκόφυτο παραθαλάσσιο περιβάλλον, με υγιεινό κλίμα. Στην πηγή πολλοί επισκέπτες πραγματοποιούν λούσεις και απολαμβάνουν το θαλάσσιο αλλά και το ιαματικό νερό. Η θερμοκρασία του νερού είναι 19ο C, ενώ στη θάλασσα αναβλύζουν πηγές με θερμοκρασία 28ο – 29ο C. Σήμερα δε λειτουργούν εγκαταστάσεις θερμαλισμού. Baths of Helen are 10 km. From Corinth, while the source of the spring water is located in the southern part of the ancient port of Corinth, Kenchreai. In the 5th century BC the source called Petri, while the name Helen Bath seems given by Queen Helen of Sparta, which is believed bathed there. The spa is characterized for its great benefit. Springs in a beautiful pine and coastal environment with healthy climate. The source of many visitors making Lucy and enjoy the sea and thermal water. The water temperature is the 19th C, while the sea gush springs temperature 28o - 29o C. Today receiver operating thermalism facilities.
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Ocean Jewel - Astrovoid
 
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From the 11SmoothJazzV Vault...Where MUSIC is a way of life!
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Spring holiday on Crete
 
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Spring holiday on Crete: The weather gods are on our side, because during the spring holiday on Crete the weather is beautiful. Last week a large part of Western Europe could also enjoy summer weather, but unfortunately that has changed again. On Crete, the sun is shining, and the temperature is well over 20 degrees. It is wonderful weather to lie on the beach, but also to participate in outdoor activities during the spring holidays. Jungle hike on Crete: Monday is a wonderful day to start the week actively in the jungle-like nature of Crete. Not far from the accommodation is a beautiful piece of wild nature hidden between the mountains and there is also water flowing. Therefore we call this a trip through the jungle of Crete. This walk is not difficult and there is a lot of shade. Cooking workshop Greek cooking: Our cooking workshop Greek cooking is extremely popular. This cooking workshop is in the open air and you learn to cook some delicious Greek dishes. But because not everyone likes to cook, on Tuesday we organize a combination of cooking workshop and hiking on Crete. A part of the group will prepare the food and the other part will go for a walk. For lunch, everyone comes together to taste the cooking. Culture of Crete: Sun, sea and beach in the spring holiday of course is great, but it is also nice to learn more about the Greek island. In the mountainous landscape are many small villages where tradition and old crafts are still very important. It is a world that you cannot compare with the tourist places. That is why on Wednesday we organize the excursion unknown Crete, where we show how life is in the villages, the traditions and culture of Crete. Water activities in the spring holiday: In the spring on Crete it is already very sunny, and the temperature is rising every day a little bit more. Especially this week, the second half will be perfect for water activities on Crete. Thursday we go to a location on the island where it is beautiful for snorkelling. This snorkelling excursion in the spring holiday is for everyone, even if you have never snorkelled before. That is why we give a lesson in snorkelling in the pool on Sunday prior to this excursion. Friday there is a boat trip with the Zorbas boat to the bay of Agios Georgios in Hersonissos. In the bay you can snorkel to the cave in the water, swim, or laze on the deck of the boat. Greek dancing on Crete: Friday evening there is a party at the accommodation with Greek dancers. The dancers show you some Greek dances and of course you can also participate. It is a nice ending to an active holiday week on Crete. During the weekend we take it easy at the accommodation. Just relax by the pool or on the beach. You can also go for a walk through Kokkini Hani or go by bus to Heraklion, the capital of Crete. In the meantime we prepare a BBQ, which is on Saturday night. Tips for a spring holiday on Crete: We can give you lots of tips for the search for outings in the spring holiday. On Crete there is so much to do, and the weather is perfect for outdoor activities. Whether you want to be active outdoors or prefer to laze in the sun, you can do it all on the Greek island. We organize fun activities for the whole family during the spring holiday on Crete. Of course you are not obliged to participate in this. If you prefer to go out on your own, with pleasure we give you the necessary tips. www.ZORBAS.NL
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How are Containers Loaded? |  Cargo Operations on Container Ship
 
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Almost everything comes in container via ship in this modern day. All your furniture, electronics and even most of your food. In this vlog I show you what goes on during cargo operations. =====HEAVY SEAS! Bad Weather in Atlantic Ocean===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZA6gNeZ5G4 =====Playing with 100 Fire Extinguishers===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyNnAwYiLCY =====Top 6 Questions about Merchant Marine===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBpQ9Y4jEfg =====Chipping and Painting===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtbLLBDfXY4 =====Sail Through Suez Canal===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2a3hLZJZmlI =====Beautiful Hong Kong 4K Timelapse===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8cNY0GcVxA Music : Melange - Anvion
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Cornet Fish / Fistularia Commersonii
 
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Fistularia Commersonii at Wied iz-Zurrieq Malta - Depth 10m Sea temp: 15 deg C. See also http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
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Rhodes, GREECE, Colin's First Swim attempt - Oct. 2017
 
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Our holiday in Rhodes, October 2017. Colin's first swimming attempt - Lee Beach, near Lindos
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