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This video is a preview lasting 1:20 Minutes.TO SEE THIS SHOW IN ITS ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIThttp://www.celebrategreece.com/products/1-a-greek-islands-destination-cooking-classTravel to Greece and experience a wonderful Greek Islands Gourmet Cooking Class in the village of Thera on the island of Santorini.Follow our award-winning host and author, CYNTHIA DADDONA as she and the professionals at our featured gourmet restaurant prepare a special multi-course gourmet dinner. Enjoy your Destination Cooking Class which includes everything from harvesting the herbs, learning the history of the foods and wines,preparing the courses and, finally, dining while enjoying the spectacular island views from the restaurant's outdoor terrace. Also, enjoy visiting this beautiful Greek Island's archaeological sites-to-see, the things-to-do, the culture and the warm people of the Mediterranean. Hosted By:Cynthia Daddona, On-Camera Personality and Author of the National Bestseller, Diary of A Modern Day Goddess http://www.ModernDayGoddess.com

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This video is a preview lasting 1:20 Minutes.TO SEE THIS SHOW IN ITS ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIThttp://www.celebrategreece.com/products/1-a-greek-islands-destination-cooking-classTravel to Greece and experience a wonderful Greek Islands Gourmet Cooking Class in the village of Thera on the island of Santorini.Follow our award-winning host and author, CYNTHIA DADDONA as she and the professionals at our featured gourmet restaurant prepare a special multi-course gourmet dinner. Enjoy your Destination Cooking Class which includes everything from harvesting the herbs, learning the history of the foods and wines,preparing the courses and, finally, dining while enjoying the spectacular island views from the restaurant's outdoor terrace. Also, enjoy visiting this beautiful Greek Island's archaeological sites-to-see, the things-to-do, the culture and the warm people of the Mediterranean. Hosted By:Cynthia Daddona, On-Camera Personality and Author of the National Bestseller, Diary of A Modern Day Goddess http://www.ModernDayGoddess.com

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Cover image of A Greek Islands Destination Cooking Class

A Greek Islands Destination Cooking Class

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This video is a preview lasting 1:20 Minutes.TO SEE THIS SHOW IN ITS ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIThttp://www.celebrategreece.com/products/1-a-greek-islands-destination-cooking-classTravel to Greece and experience a wonderful Greek Islands Gourmet Cooking Class in the village of Thera on the island of Santorini.Follow our award-winning host and author, CYNTHIA DADDONA as she and the professionals at our featured gourmet restaurant prepare a special multi-course gourmet dinner. Enjoy your Destination Cooking Class which includes everything from harvesting the herbs, learning the history of the foods and wines,preparing the courses and, finally, dining while enjoying the spectacular island views from the restaurant's outdoor terrace. Also, enjoy visiting this beautiful Greek Island's archaeological sites-to-see, the things-to-do, the culture and the warm people of the Mediterranean. Hosted By:Cynthia Daddona, On-Camera Personality and Author of the National Bestseller, Diary of A Modern Day Goddess http://www.ModernDayGoddess.com

Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

Rank #1: 300 Spartans - The Real Story

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http://300spartans.celebrategreece.com

"The Legend is Fabulous, the Real Story Astonishing"
-- Dr. Michael Scott (Cambridge University), Host

May 05 2016

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Rank #2: The First War for Western Civilization

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TO SEE ALL 8 EPISODES IN THEIR ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIT
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"Go back 2,500 years to the wars between ancient Greece (West) and Persia (East).
The Greco-Persian Wars 2,500 years ago were a clash between two peoples, two cultures,
two systems of government and two continents. The first clash between East and West.
A clash that has, sadly, continued all the way to today."
-- Dr. Michael Scott (Cambridge University), Host

Apr 06 2014

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Rank #3: 2,500th Year of the Battle of Marathon, Greece

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The Battle of Marathon (490 BC) was the culmination of King Darius I of Persia's first major attempt to conquer the remainder of the Greeks
and add them to the Persian Empire, thereby securing the weakest portion of his Western border. We mostly know of this battle from Herodotus.
Darius first sent Mardonius in 492 BC overland to Europe in order to strengthen Persian domination in Thrace and Macedon that had been weakened by the
Ionian Revolt. Although successful in those tasks, this force fell in a storm off Mount Athos and the remains were forced to return to Asia, suffering
losses along the way. In 490 BC Datis and Artaphernes were sent in a purely maritime operation to force the Cyclades islands in the central Aegean
to submit to Persia and punish Eretria and Athens for the help they had sent to the Ionian revolt. Eretria was sieged and fell, and then the fleet landed
in Marathon bay. There the army was met by a small force of Athenian and Plataean hoplites and defeated, despite the Persian numerical advantage. The run by
a dayrunner with news of the successful outcome of the battle to Athens proved the inspiration for the sport of the marathon race that was first run in the
1896 Olympic Games.

Jul 01 2011

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Rank #4: A Greek Islands Destination Cooking Class

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Travel to Greece and experience a wonderful Greek Islands Gourmet Cooking Class in the village of Thera on the island of Santorini.
Follow our award-winning host and author, CYNTHIA DADDONA as she and the professionals at our featured gourmet restaurant prepare a special multi-course gourmet dinner.

Enjoy your Destination Cooking Class which includes everything from harvesting the herbs, learning the history of the foods and wines,
preparing the courses and, finally, dining while enjoying the spectacular island views from the restaurant's outdoor terrace.

Also, enjoy visiting this beautiful Greek Island's archaeological sites-to-see, the things-to-do, the culture and the warm people of the Mediterranean.

Hosted By:
Cynthia Daddona, On-Camera Personality and Author of the National Bestseller, Diary of A Modern Day Goddess http://www.ModernDayGoddess.com

Jul 01 2011

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Rank #5: KALLISTI ("Most Beautiful")

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This documentary short artfully covers the bronze age origins of the Greek island of SANTORINI. Today Santorini tuants
us to identify it with Plato's legendary lost island of ATLANTIS. The island's original name of KALLISTI, meaning "most beautiful", was given to it by the Minoans of Crete. Befitting
the name Kallisti, this documentary conveys the awesome beauty that was, and is, Santorini.

The present day excavation of the bronze age city of Akrotiri is producing extraordinary paintings, or frescoes, preserved within multi-storied buildings two-thousand years
older than those of Pompeii. Similar to Pompeii, Akrotiri was preserved for immortality by the largest volcanic eruption in the last 10,000 years; a blast so large that it
sank most of the island into the sea. It's global impact was chronicled by the Egyptians, the Chinese and even the writers of the Bible. But, it was Plato who wrote of the
island over 1200 years after the fact giving birth to the greatest of all legends. Today Santorini is a popular tourist destination in the Aegean Sea and it remains one of
the largest and most beautiful active volcanoes on earth awaiting to awaken us all.

Jul 01 2011

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