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Aerial by drone of the village of Kastraki in the huge rocks of the UNESCO World Heritage Featured Meteora Print

Aerial by drone of the village of Kastraki in the huge rocks of the UNESCO World Heritage

Aerial by drone of the village of Kastraki in the huge rocks of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Meteora Monasteries, Greece, Europe

© Michael Runkel

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Aghia Triada Monastery, Meteora , Greece Featured Meteora Print

Aghia Triada Monastery, Meteora , Greece

The famous Aghia Triada Monastery of Meteora, above the city of Kalampaka. It belongs to the UNESCO world heritage site and was set for a James Bond movie

© 2014 Fabio Nodari

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The monastery of Rousanos Featured Meteora Print

The monastery of Rousanos

The monastery of Rousanos in the region of Meteora in Central Greece.These huge monoliths are a very rare geological phenomenon.During the period between 11th and 14th century, on the top of these rocks, the Greek monks built 24 monasteries, in order to be protected from the bandits and pirates. Until the 20th century, monks, pilgrims and supplies reached the monastery only by means of rope-ladders or by a big basket coming up and down by a winch mechanism manipulated by the monks on top