In ancient Greek history and mythology, Delphi was referred to as the geographical center of the world, its navel.
According to the ancient Greek myth, Zeus set two eagles free to find the center of the world. They soared through the skies westward and eastward and their paths crossed in Delphi.
In Greece, on the 1st of March, children were offered a the "martis bracelet", made of red and white strings that has one and solid purpose: to protect them from the sun in March.
«Harmena» is an old district within the city of Amfissa, at which all the tannery workshops were gathered for centuries, producing leather skins with an indelible and shiny yellow coloration.
The bells have been used for centuries in livestock farming for locating animals and shepherds, up to this day, provide their flocks with ringing-sounds. The craft of bell-making in Amfissa had flourished since the 19th century and became the city’s hallmark.
Famous in Delphi: Jackie Kennedy Onassis, one of the most influential and admired First Ladies in American history and the wife of the Greek shipping tycoon Aristotle Onassis, was visiting Delphi back in June 1960.
Water supply and sanitation in Greece is characterized by diversity. In Athens and other large towns, tap water is drinkable. However, in most islands and in few mainland towns, bottled water is recommended in order avoid health issues during your trip.