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About Santorini

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  Link   Thera Foundation
The purpose of the foundation is to promote the study of archaeology, geology, art history and other cultural events as they pertain to Greece and Santorini in the context of the Mediterranean.
  Link   Santorini Sea Excursions
The Ships Joint Venture of Santorini which organize the excursions to the volcanos and Thirassia. Choose the excursion you prefer!
  Link   Santorini National Airport
Informations and data about Santorini National Airport
  Link   Institute for the Study and Monitoring of the Santorini Volcano
Institute for the Study and Monitoring of the Santorini Volcano
  Link   Megaro Gyzi - Cultural Centre
Megaro Gyzi's main purpose is the spiritual development, the cultural improvement and the advancement, of Thira and its residents for the main part, but also of the whole Cycladic area in general
  Link   The Thira Foundation - P. Nomikos
The Thira Foundation - P. Nomikos. Supports initiatives which promote the whole historical and cultural heritage of the island of Santorini (Thera), as well as of the Cyclades and the Aegean in general.
  Link   The Search for Atlantis
Skeptic Magazine's article about Plato, Atlantis and Santorini
  Link   Santorini's Public Buses
You can check the TimeTable of Santorini's Public Buses.

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    During the 7th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition (5-7 March 2007) in the framework of DETROP-OINOS exhibition, Santorini Wines received 13 awards.


    Among 683 samples from Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, France, Austria, Brasil, Mexico, and Canada wine experts have given:

    Grand Gold Award to
    Vinsanto 4 years aged,1999 vintage by Santowines


  • Magazine "Archaeometry", and BioEd Online articles are reporting that the roof paintings of a 2-level building in prehistoric Akrotiri site, have an extreem interest about the mathematical knowledge during the Bronze Age.