Books

Acheloos

Acheloos is the second longest river flowing within Greece, spanning 220 kilometres from its sources among the mountaintops of the southern Pindos range to its mouth in the Ionian Sea, where it creates the huge complex of the Mesolongi wetlands. …

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Milos. Geologic History

For almost 10,000 years, the people on the intriguing island of Milos have been close to Nature. They have been devastated by earthquakes, volcanoes, tidal waves, poisonous gas, subsidence, sea level rise and famines induced by the impacting of comets …

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Mesolongi
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Reflections on Kekrini

This book, second in our series “Unknown Greek Nature”, presents Lake Kerkini, possibly the most important wetland of our country today. It took more than four years of frequent visits to the wetland, during all seasons, for Nikos Petrou to …

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Images of Dadia

FROM THE THIRD EDITION: THREE YEARS LATER …… While writing these lines I struggle to accept that three whole years have passed since my book was first published, in May 1994. It seems as if it were only months ago …

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