In the divine pantheon of Mount Olympus, Athena stands as a formidable and multifaceted deity, revered for her wisdom, strategic prowess, and martial strength.
Zeus: King of the Gods2024-01-08T12:39:10+03:00 Olympic History
Join us on an extraordinary journey into the realm of Zeus, where myths intertwine with reality, and the thunderous presence of the sky god reverberates through the ages.
A Guide to the Gods and Legends of Mount Olympus2023-12-08T12:12:02+03:00 Olympic History
Join us on a journey through the celestial tapestry of Mount Olympus as we unravel the gods and legends that have left an indelible mark on this sacred landscape.
November 17th: Reflecting on the Polytechnic Uprising and Its Legacy2023-11-17T11:59:29+03:00 Olympic History
Every year on November 17th, Greece commemorates a pivotal moment in its modern history — the Polytechnic Uprising of 1973.
Platamon Castle is a castle – city of the Middle Byzantine period (10th century AD) and is built southeast of Mount Olympus. Its tower, which dominates the national road, is the most impressive acropolis in a Greek castle.
The Pierian Mountains, a continuation of the ridge of Mount Olympus, is a natural border between the prefectures of Kozani, Imathia and Pieria. The highest peak of the mountain range is Flamburo with an altitude of 2,188 metres. They are covered by one of the most accessible forests in the country, which can be accessed
The ancient city of Pydna is located 15 klm from the city of Katerini. It is said that its first name was Kydna, although we have no information about its foundation. It is worth noting that Macedonia became a possession after the Persian wars and specifically carved a course with the reign of Alexander I,