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KLEFTIKO LEG OF LAMB WITH POTATOES BAKED IN THE OVEN - STAVROS KITCHEN - GREEK AND CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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KLEFTIKO - AROMATIC LAMB BAKED IN THE OVEN WITH HERBS AND SPICES. IT IS VERY EASY TO PREPARE,TASTES SO DELICIOUS, TENDER AND SUCCULENT, IT JUST MELTS IN YOUR MOUTH.
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MAKARONI PASTA  (PASTICHIO) - STAVROS' KITCHEN - CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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MAKARONI PASTA BAKED IN THE OVEN BY DANNY, DELICIOUS CYPRIOT RECIPE - MAKARONIA TOU FOURNOU.
Views: 11181 Arnaldo Vinagre
GREEK STIFADO (BEEF STEW) - STAVROS' KITCHEN - GREEK CUISINE
 
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ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS GREEK DISHES, ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS !!!! YOU CAN HAVE IT WITH RICE, ROASTED, MASH OR JUST EVEN BOILED POTATOES.
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AVGOLEMONO - EGG AND LEMON SOUP WITH CHICKEN - STAVROS' KITCHEN - GREEK AND CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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SERVE WITH CROUTONS; IDEAL FOR WINTER MONTHS. INGREDIENTS 1 medium chicken (1 ½ kg) 1 onion, for flavour 2 bay leaves 10 peppercorns ½ cup rice 2 eggs, separated Juice from 2 lemons Salt & pepper to season Garnish with few leaves, either celery or parsley
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DOLMADES (STUFFED VINE LEAVES WITH MINCED PORK) - STAVROS' KITCHEN  - CYPRIOT CUISINE.
 
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RECIPE INGREDIENTS DOLMADES STUFFED VINE LEAVES (UPDATED) Vine leaves bought in a jar or from your garden. 700 g minced pork ½ cup rice washed 3 tablespoons olive oil or vegetable oil 1 tin of tomatoes crushed 3 tablespoons tomato puree 1 medium onion, coarsely grated 1 ½ chicken stock dissolved in half cup of boiling water 3 teaspoons dried mint 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon 1 cup parsley chopped 5 tablespoons olive oil or vegetable oil Juice of half a lemon Salt and pepper to season VINE LEAVES FROM THE GARDEN ARE SO TENDER, THEY JUST MELT IN YOUR MOUTH. EVERYBODY LOVES THEM!! VERY TASTY....
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TRADITIONAL GREEK EASTER BREAD (TSOUREKI PASCHALINO) - STAVROS KITCHEN - GREEK CUISINE
 
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THIS EASTER BREAD IS FOR EASTER SUNDAY MORNING AFTER THE RESURRECTION . IT SYMBOLIZES THE HOLLY TRINITY, AND THE RED EGGS SYMBOLIZE THE BLOOD SHED BY JESUS CHRIST. IDEAL FOR THE HOLLY WEEK. (NOTE) INSTEAD OF LEMON ZEST ORANGE CAN BE USED OR BOTH. Ingredients for the EASTER BREAD: 1 cup warm milk 10g fast action dried yeast 4 tablespoons caster sugar 4 cups plain flour 1 teaspoon salt 1½ teaspoons ground allspice ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon Zest of 2 lemons 100g melted unsalted butter 2 eggs lightly beaten 1 extra egg, beaten lightly for brushing the bread RED DYE FOR THE EGGS Half tube red food dye from any supermarket 4 eggs 4 tablespoons vinegar to prevent the eggs from cracking
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SEMOLINA CAKE BAKED IN THE OVEN -STAVROS' KITCHEN- CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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VERY EASY TO MAKE AND VERY DELICIOUS, IN GREEK IS CALLED (KALO PRAMA) WHICH IN ENGLISH MEANS "GOOD THING"
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HONEY COOKIES WITH GROUND WALNUTS - "MELOMAKARONA" STAVROS KITCHEN.
 
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BURSTING WITH FLAVOURS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SPICES AND SOMETHING FOR YOU TO BAKE ALL YEAR ROUND.
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FILLO PARCELS WITH RICOTTA CHEESE (BOUREKIA WITH FRESH ANARI) - STAVROS' KITCHEN
 
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EASY TO MAKE LITTLE PARCELS AND VERY TASTY. IF YOU CAN GET THE CYPRIOT CHEESE (FRESH ANARI), IT IS MUCH BETTER THAN THE ITALIAN RICOTTA. THOUGH BOTH EQUALLY SUITABLE FOR THIS RECIPE. Ingredients 500 gr Cypriot Anari cheese or Ricotta cheese 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3 tablespoons Rose water or Orange Blossom water 250 gr unsalted Butter For the Syrup 1 1/2 cups Water 1 1/2 cups Sugar 1 cinnamon stick Few drops of Lemon Juice
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CHILLI CON CARNE - TRADITIONAL MEXICAN DISH - STAVROS' KITCHEN
 
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SERVED WITH TORTILLA WRAPS AND CHILLI GREEN PEPPERS. TO BE ENJOYED BY THE WHOLE FAMILY.
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VEGETARIAN WHITE KIDNEY BEANS FASOLIA - STAVROS' KITCHEN -  CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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VEGETARIAN WHITE KIDNEY BEANS (FASOLIA) COOKED TWO WAYS WITH AROMATIC VEGETABLES, FAMILY MEAL, THE BEST DIET IN THE MEDITERRANEAN.
Views: 3045 Arnaldo Vinagre
PANNA COTTA "CYPRIOT STYLE" - STAVROS KITCHEN - CYPRIOT CUISINE VERY REFRESHING AND VERY COOL.
 
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PANNA COTTA “CYPRIOT STYLE” VERY REFRESHING AND VERY COOLING. FIND RECIPE BELLOW. 1½ pints full milk 6 level tablespoons corn flour 5 tablespoons sugar Zest of one orange 2 tablespoons lemon juice Six Ramekins
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ROASTED HALLOUMI WITH LOUNTZA - STAVROS' KITCHEN - CYPRIOT CUISINE.
 
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THIS MEZE STARTER BRINGS ALL THE MEDITERRANEAN DISTINCTIVE FLAVOURS ON TO YOUR TABLE!!!!
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VEGETARIAN BLACK EYED BEANS "LOUVI" - STAVROS' KITCHEN - CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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VERY NUTRITIOUS AND VERY HEALTHY. ADD MORE OLIVE OIL AND LEMON FOR AN ADDITIONAL TASTE. IDEAL FOR ALL VEGETARIANS. THE BEST DIET IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. .
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ANASTASIA'S CHOCOLATE CAKE RICH AND FULL OF FLAVOURS - STAVROS KITCHEN
 
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AMAZING CHOCOLATE CAKE. VERY EASY TO MAKE AND SO DELICIOUS. IRRESISTIBLE AND WITH FULL OF AROMATIC FLAVOURS; IDEAL TO SHARE WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY OVER A CUP OF TEA!!!! ENJOY!!!!
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JELLY TRIFLE, FAMILY SIZE - STAVROS' KITCHEN
 
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THE SPONGE CAKE USED IS HOMEMADE WITH CAN FRUITS OF YOUR CHOICE, SUCH AS STRAWBERRY, PEARS, SUMMER FRUITS AND MIXED FRUITS. TOPPED UP WITH NUTS AND GLACE CHERRIES.
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SPINACH PIE (SPANAKOPITA) - STAVROS' KITCHEN - CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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SPANAKOPITA BY DANNY, DELICIOUS SPINACH PIE - SO EASY TO MAKE YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT!!
Views: 922 Arnaldo Vinagre
TRADITIONAL COOKIES"KOURAMPIEDES" WITH DRIED FRUIT FILLING - STAVROS KITCHEN.
 
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TRADITIONAL GREEK AND CYPRIOT SWEETS, FULL OF THE MEDITERRANEAN FLAVOURS, SO DELICIOUS.
Views: 363 Arnaldo Vinagre
VASILOPITA - NEW YEAR'S CAKE - STAVROS CHRISTMAS KITCHEN -GREEK AND CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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ST NICHOLAS OR (SANTA CLAUS) NEW YEAR'S CAKE. YOU CAN ENJOY THIS CAKE ALL YEAR ROUND!
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TRADITIONAL GREEK BAKLAVA - GREEK ORIGIN - STAVROS' KITCHEN - GREEK AND CYPRIOT CUISINE
 
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...AND THE GREEK GODS CREATED BAKLAVA AND A NEW SWEET WAS BORN ! AND GREECE HAS GIVEN TO THE WORLD THIS HONEY, FULL BODY, AROMATIC AND DELICIOUS FLAVOURS.
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EASY TO MAKE CARROT CAKE - STAVROS' KITCHEN
 
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ALL IN ONE METHOD - CARROT CAKE. INGREDIENTS CAN BE WHISKED BY HAND OR HAND HELD MIXER. VERY EASY TO MAKE INDEED!!!!
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Η Γιούλα μας χορεύει  - Cousin Yioula dancing !!! (Sept. 2009)
 
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The Cypriots know how to enjoy themselves!!! Bravo!!!
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MESSINA, Sicily, Italy  (16th July 2016 )
 
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Messina (Missina in Sicilian) is the third largest city on the island of Sicily, Italy. Messina has had a tragic history, culminating in the disastrous earthquake of 1908 and Allied bombing during the World War II. Although much of the city has been re-built, there are many treasures of its past to be discovered. And one of them is the Magnificent Cathedral (DUOMO). Originally erected by the Norman Count Roger in 1092 and rebuilt many times since then. Parts of the building were left intact after the earthquake, but the roof collapsed and the twenty six monolithic granite columns were smashed to pieces. The restored ceiling and the mosaics in the apse are well worth looking at. The campanile holds one of the largest clocks in the world with an astronomical side and series of figures which perform tricks every day at noon. The lion at the top moves the standard it holds, wags its tail and move its head too. There is also a cock that crows and flaps its wings. Followed by a model of the church of Ave Maria, which in real life stands on a hill above the city. I do apologize if the video becomes a little boring at times, but I never knew what was coming next!!! Enjoy it, because I certainly DID! Must apologize also for the soundtrack in the background. Original sound was replaced by YouTube with this new version. Original Clock tower music was listed.
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HOW TO MARZIPAN MY FRUIT CAKE - STAVROS KITCHEN -
 
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A VERY EASY WAY TO MARZIPAN A CAKE IN A VERY SHORT TIME.
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EPHESUS, TURKEY ( 13th JULY 2016 )
 
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Magnificent Ephesus in Turkey. Ephesus dates back to pre-lonian times. in 334 BC Alexander the Great estabblished democratic government in the city. In 190 BC the Romans defeated Antiochus, and Ephesus passed to Eumenes King of Pergamum. In 133 BC Ephesus and Pergamum became Roman cities. In the first century AD Ephesus was the largest city of the East after Alexandria. St John also came and is said to have written his Gospel there and, according to local belief, Ephesus was the last home of the Virgin Mary. In 262 AD Ephesus and the Temple of Diana were destroyed by the Goths and although the city revived, its former splendour was never restored. By the 15th century It had declined to the status of a village. Today the Town of Selcuk - to give it its present name - is steadily developing.
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POMPEII, NAPLES (ITALY) == DAY 2== OCTOBER 2015
 
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Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples, in the Campania region of Italy, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.The eruption occurred on 24 August AD 79, just one day after Vulcanalia, the festival of the Roman god of fire, including that from volcanoes. Karl Weber directed the first real excavations; he was followed in 1764 by military engineer Franscisco la Vega. Franscisco la Vega was succeeded by his brother, Pietro, in 1804. During the French occupation Pietro worked with Christophe Salicet. A large number of artefacts from the buried cities are preserved in the Naples National Archaeological Museum. In 1819, when King Francis visited the Pompeii exhibition there with his wife and daughter, he was so embarrassed by the erotic artwork that he decided to have it locked away in a so-called "secret cabinet" (gabinetto segreto), a gallery within the museum accessible only to "people of mature age and respected morals". Re-opened, closed, re-opened again and then closed again for nearly 100 years, the Naples "Secret Museum" was briefly made accessible again at the end of the 1960s (the time of the sexual revolution) and was finally re-opened for viewing in 2000. Minors are still allowed entry only in the presence of a guardian or with written permission.Pompeii has been a popular tourist destination for over 250 years; it was on the Grand Tour. By 2008, it was attracting almost 2.6 million visitors per year, making it one of the most popular tourist sites in Italy. In June 2013 UNESCO declared: If restoration and preservation works “fail to deliver substantial progress in the next two years,” Pompeii could be placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger. The House of the Faun is one of the best places to visit. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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HOW TO EMBARRASS YOUR UNCLE - BRITISH BORN SEXY CYPRIOT
 
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HOW TO EMBARRASS YOUR UNCLE.
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BAY OF SORRENTO, ITALY - OCTOBER 2015
 
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Sorrento, Italy is often called "Land of the Sirens", and it is said that here on the furthest point of the Sorrentine Peninsula these enchanting creatures once sang sailors to their doom. The Roman name for Sorrento was Surrentum. Sorrento was the birthplace of the poet Torquato Tasso, author of the Gerusalemme Liberata. Famous people who visited it include Lord Byron, Keats, Goethe, Henrik Ibsen and Walter Scott. Main sights are: Marina Grande, Sorrento Amalfi Coast Marina Grande, port of Sorrento Marina Piccola, small port of Sorrento Park of Villa communale with a view of the Gulf of Naples with the volcano Vesuvius Piazza Tasso, central place in Sorrento Museo della tarsia lignea (intarsia) Museum Correale Via San Cesareo, Sorrento's main shopping street Cathedral of Sorrento (Santi Filippo e Giacomo Cathedral), from the 14th century with façade reconstructed in 1924. It was built over time in different styles, with doors of the 11th century from Constantinople. Church of Santi Felice e Baccolo Monastery of St. Francesco, 14th century Roman ruins at the Punta del Capo (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) Thanks.
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Greek Dancers from Athens! (May 2009)
 
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Dancers enjoying themselves!!!!
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HOW TO MAKE MARZIPAN - STAVROS KITCHEN-
 
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MARZIPAN MADE WITH AMARETO AND ALMOND EXTRACT INSTEAD OF EGG WHITES.
Views: 229 Arnaldo Vinagre
POMPEII, NAPLES (ITALY) == DAY 1 == OCTOBER 2015
 
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Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples, in the Campania region of Italy, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding area, was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.The eruption occurred on 24 August AD 79, just one day after Vulcanalia, the festival of the Roman god of fire, including that from volcanoes. Karl Weber directed the first real excavations; he was followed in 1764 by military engineer Franscisco la Vega. Franscisco la Vega was succeeded by his brother, Pietro, in 1804. During the French occupation Pietro worked with Christophe Salicet. A large number of artefacts from the buried cities are preserved in the Naples National Archaeological Museum. In 1819, when King Francis visited the Pompeii exhibition there with his wife and daughter, he was so embarrassed by the erotic artwork that he decided to have it locked away in a so-called "secret cabinet" (gabinetto segreto), a gallery within the museum accessible only to "people of mature age and respected morals". Re-opened, closed, re-opened again and then closed again for nearly 100 years, the Naples "Secret Museum" was briefly made accessible again at the end of the 1960s (the time of the sexual revolution) and was finally re-opened for viewing in 2000. Minors are still allowed entry only in the presence of a guardian or with written permission.Pompeii has been a popular tourist destination for over 250 years; it was on the Grand Tour. By 2008, it was attracting almost 2.6 million visitors per year, making it one of the most popular tourist sites in Italy. In June 2013 UNESCO declared: If restoration and preservation works “fail to deliver substantial progress in the next two years,” Pompeii could be placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger. The House of the Faun is one of the best places to visit. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
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LISBON, PORTUGAL -  10th REGIONAL FOLKLORE FESTIVAL - MAY 2011
 
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CAMARA MUNICIPAL DE LISBOA X FESTIVAL DE FOLCLORE DO RANCHO DA CASA DO MINHO JUNTA DE FREGUESIA DE STA. MARIA DE BELEM. LISBOA 29-MAIO-2011
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HOW TO MAKE A  FRUIT CAKE - STAVROS KITCHEN -
 
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FRUITY, TASTY AND FULL OF FLAVOURS. SUCULENT AND MOISTURE TO TANTALIZE YOUR TASTE BUDS. FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AND YOUR GUESTS.
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GREECE - A DAY OUT IN ATHENS SURROUNDING AREAS, ACROPOLIS AND CAPE SOUNIO (MAY 2009)
 
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Athens is the capital of Greece. It was also at the heart of Ancient Greece, a powerful civilization and empire. The city is still dominated by 5th-century BC landmarks, including the Acropolis and the colonnaded Parthenon temple. Also visiting Mount Lycabettus. The temple of Poseidon, the ancient Greek god of the sea, dominates the southernmost tip of Attica, where the horizon meets the Aegean Sea. Perched on the craggy rocks of Cape Sounio. Hope you find the time to visit Athens, you Won't be disappointed.
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PALMA, MALLORCA ( 6th JULY 2016 ) SPAIN
 
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Palma is a cosmopolitan and sophisticated city, situated along a magnificent bay. At the Harbour, a sweeping promenade leads past marinas crammed with expensive yachts to the magnificent Gothic Cathedral founded in 1235 by the young King James I of Aragon. High above, rugged Bellver Castle guards Palma as it has done for centuries. This is a fine example of a military building of the 14th century and is surrounded by a pine wood where you can stroll trough several paths. In between, you will find superb shops, authentic tapas bars, cafes, restaurants and fountain-ornamented gardens. Enjoy!!!!!
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HERCULANEUM, NAPLES (ITALY) -  "ERCOLANO" -  OCTOBER 2015
 
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Ancient tradition connected Herculaneum with the name of the Greek hero Heracles (Hercules in Latin and consequently Roman Mythology), an indication that the city was of Greek origin. After the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, the town of Herculaneum was buried under approximately 20 metres (50–60 feet) of ash.The catastrophic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius occurred on the afternoon of 24 August AD 79. In 1709 the digging of a deep well revealed some exceptional statues at the lowest levels which was later found to be the site of the theatre. The Prince d'Elbeuf purchased the land and proceeded to tunnel out from the bottom of the well, collecting any statues they could find. Among the earliest statues recovered were the two superbly sculpted Herculaneum Women, now in the Dresden. Major excavation was resumed in 1738 by Spanish engineer Rocque Joaquin de Alcubierre. However, excavation ceased once the nearby town of Pompeii was discovered, which was significantly easier to excavate because of the thinner layer of debris covering the site (4 m as opposed to Herculaneum's 20 m). From 1927 until 1942 a new campaign of excavations was begun by Amedeo Maiuri, which exposed about four hectares of the ancient city in the archaeological park that is visible today. Excavation resumed briefly in the town in 1980–81 on the ancient shoreline following which the skeletons in the boathouses were found. From 1996–99 the large area to the north-west of the site was excavated and exposed, including part of the Villa of the Papyri, the north-west baths, the House of the Dionysian Reliefs and a large collapsed monument. This area was left in a chaotic state and from 2000–7 further work on conservation of this area was done. Many public and private buildings, including the forum complex, are yet to be excavated. A large number of artifacts from Herculaneum are preserved in the Naples National Archaeological Museum. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia), THANKS!
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