The Greek Ministry of Culture has carried out an assessment of the conservation and enhancement…
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Mitsotakis: “The steps taken so far by the state on climate change are not enough when you have in front of you a natural phenomenon of such magnitude. If there are even few people who have reservations about whether climate change is real, I call on them to come here and see.”
According to the Greek mythology, the nymphs Neda, Agno and Thesoa bathed the newborn Zeus in the beautiful waters of Lousios, and that is how the river took its name – from the Greek verb “louzo” (λούζω) which means to bathe.
Even though reign in Greece lasted for over a century (1832 – 1973), there are very few exhibitions or museums dedicated to the Greek royal family that one can visit today. The Greek Ministry of Culture has decided to renovate the former Tatoi Royal Estate and Palace including the restoration of the numerous royal carriages that belonged to the royal family.