Annette Erlenwein: “Loukia and Christoph made me fall in love with Athens”

“Through a mutual friend I met Loukia Richards, when traveling  to Athens for the Documenta 14 this summer. We spent two days walking through Athens with her; on pathways parallel to the touristy highways. Loukia not only has an encyclopaedic knowledge of ancient and modern Greek history, but knows also a lot about Greek folk […]

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Elfe Brandenburger, Filmmaker: “Loukia gave us the insider’s view on Athens secret addresses!”

Pictures: Elfe in Athens. The Asomati church, 11th century. EN/DE I had the pleasure to guide filmmaker Elfe Brandenburger and her two daughters through Athens in early June. One of the daughters liked the city so much that she moved to Athens! Elfe wrote a review on her experience. Here it goes! “The way Loukia […]

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The Peloponnese in Lonely Planet’s TOP TEN for 2016!

Lonely Planet reveals a well known secret: There is hardly any other place in Greece to marvel visitors with its archaic/ancient Greek/Roman/Byzantine/Medieval/Neo-Classical/modern Greece treasures. Pelopo’nissos or “island of Pelops” is named after the mythical king and patriarch of Trojan war heroes: http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/may/24/the-peloponnese-in-greece-is-the-best-place-in-europe-to-visit-in-2016-says-lonely-planet?CMP=share_btn_fb This is what we suggest to international jewlery and textile designers: Visit “Myths” […]

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