1 The Responsible Travelers Newspaper #18 August 2017 Price: 2 AUGUST CULTURAL AGENDA DR. EVI NOMIKOU: STUDIES ON SANTORINI CALDERA DR. WALTER FRIEDRICH: STRATIGRAPHY OF THE VOLCANO STARGAZING MAP OF SANTORINI NEW GUIDE TO AKROTIRI AUGUST 2017 Read & keep, recycle or pass it on to another traveler...
2 EDITORIAL 02 SantoTraveler August 2017 Picture of the month CONTENTS An old proverb in Santorini says: - There are more churches than houses - There are more donkeys than people - There is more wine than water. More than 300 churches or little chapels are all around Santorini island. It is nearly impossible to see them all, as many are in plain view but others are hidden and others are suddenly revealed in front of you. Here is one from the traditional village Pyrgos, with the clouds adding their touch in the pictures. Post-eruptive flooding of Santorini caldera and implications for tsunami generation A Major Change in the Stratigraphy of the Santorini Volcano in Greece Map of Santorini Cultural Agenda of August - Summer in Santorini PAGE 04 PAGE 08 PAGE 12 PAGE 14 SantoTraveler _The Responsible Travelers Newspaper SANTORINI VIDEO TOUR 2017 New guide to Akrotiri PAGE 21 Publisher & Director: Nikos Psarros Editorial group: Carolina Rikaki, Yannis Papafiggos, Evi Nomikou, Walter L. Friedrich, Annette Højen Sørensen, J. Richard Wilson, Michael Fytikas, Spyridon Pavlides, Samson Katsipis, Vangelis I. Paravas, Kostas Theodoropoulos, Yannis Pananakis, Christos Alexandris. P.O. BOX E109, Emporio, Santorini, Greece t: E: E: santofriends santotraveler.com/tv Stargazing Recipe: Swordfish rolls skewers, by CONVIVIUM restaurant. PAGE 22 PAGE All rights reserved. Created by
4 SANTORINI VOLCANO 04 SantoTraveler August 2017 T Post-eruptive flooding of Santorini caldera and implications for tsunami generation he caldera-forming eruption of Santorini in the Late Bronze Age was one of the largest of the Holocene period worldwide, discharging km3 DRE (dense-rock equivalent) of silicic pyroclastic deposits, and triggering caldera collapse and tsunamis. Tsunamis from the LBA eruption have been proposed as a factor in the demise of the Minoan culture in the southern Aegean region through damage to coastal towns, harbors, shipping and maritime trade. Repeated effusive eruptions since the LBA eruption have built up the Kameni Volcano within the resulting caldera. The LBA caldera is 10x7 km wide, comprises three flat-floored basins around the Kameni edifices, and is connected to the sea by three straits (one to the NW and two to the SW). Bathymetric and seismic evidence show that the caldera was not open to the sea during the main phase of the eruption, but was flooded once the eruption had finished. Inflow of water and associated landsliding cut a deep submarine channel, thus filling the caldera in less than a couple of days. Caldera-forming eruptions of island volcanoes generate tsunamis by the interaction of different eruptive phenomena with the sea. Such tsunamis are a major hazard, but forward models of their impacts are limited by poor understanding of source mechanisms. Summary of the development of Santorini caldera prior to, during, and following the Late Bronze Age (LBA) eruption: Prior to the eruption there existed an ancient caldera in the northern half of the volcanic field. This caldera was lagoonal, as shown by the presence of fragments of ancient travertine, stromatolites and brackish to marine fauna in the LBA ejecta. There was also an andesitic edifice within this caldera. In eruptive phase 1 a Plinian eruption took place, which in phase 2 was joined by the production of syn-plinian pyroclastic surges. In phase 3, eruption of cold phreatomagmatic pyroclastic flows constructed a large tuff cone that filled the old caldera, cutting it off from the sea. In phase 4, eruption of hot pyroclastic flows took place from multiple subaerial vents, forming at least three ignimbrite fans (NW, E and S), and associated caldera collapse enlarged and deepened the ancient caldera. Post-eruptive opening of the NW and SW straits (based on the present research). At the end of the eruption the caldera was dry and isolated from the sea, probably due to thick accumulations of LBA tuff. The sea first broke through to the NW, where a combination of water erosion and landslip carved out the NW strait and flooded the caldera in less than a couple of days. Submarine landslides then opened up the SW straits once the caldera was largely flooded. Tsunamis generated by eruptions at ocean islands are a major hazard worldwide. Those from Krakatau in 1883 impacted the coasts of the Sunda Straits, where run-ups averaged 15m and reached 40 m, killing 35,000 people. If, as at most such volcanoes, caldera collapse occurred syn-eruptively, then it cannot have generated tsunamis. Entry of pyroclastic flows into the sea, combined with slumping of submarine pyroclastic accumulations, were the main mechanisms of tsunami production. Recent seismic reflection profile studies have revealed three main stratigraphic units within the upper 200m of the intracaldera fill, numbered 1 to 3 from the top-down: flat-lying sediments from modern mass wasting of the caldera cliffs (unit 1), volcaniclastic sediments produced during the early submarine stages of Kameni Volcano (unit 2), and downfaulted material interpreted as the top of the LBA eruption products (unit 3).
5 SANTORINI VOLCANO 05 SantoTraveler August 2017 FIGURE 1 Topographic features of the Santorini onshore-offshore volcanic field. (a) Combined topographic map of Santorini Volcano based on onshore and offshore data. Orange box outlines the area of the northwest strait, shown as (b) a slope gradient map, (c) a tangential curvature map and (d) a flowline density map. (Nomikou et al, 2016)
6 O ur new constraints on the mechanisms of tsunami generation associated with the LBA eruption arise from a multi-beam bathymetric study, supplemented by seismic profiling, of the three straits connecting the caldera to the sea. Combined with information from onshore studies of the LBA eruption products, the data allow us to show that the NW strait was carved by inrushing of the sea into the newly collapsed caldera once the eruption was over. This therefore rules out caldera collapse as a major mechanism of tsunami generation associated with the LBA eruption. We also show by modeling that the main phase of caldera flooding cannot have taken more than 2 days to arrive at completion. We conclude that regional-scale tsunamis associated with the LBA eruption were generated by the pyroclastic flow inundation of eruption phases 3 and 4, augmented perhaps by mass slumping of rapidly deposited pyroclastic deposits off the seaward slopes of the island volcano. This is consistent with tsunami modeling that shows that pyroclastic flows were indeed capable of generating waves of the observed height in northern Crete. It is also consistent with previous assertions that pyroclastic flows were the main cause of tsunamis at Krakatau. FIGURE 2 Summary of the development of Santorini caldera before and during and following the LBA eruption. (a - c) Pre-eruptive morphology of the volcano and the main phases of the eruption. Before the eruption there existed an ancient caldera in the northern half of the volcanic field. This caldera was lagoonal, as shown by the presence of fragments of ancient travertine, stromatolites and brackish to marine fauna in the LBA ejecta. There was also an andesitic edifice within this caldera. In eruptive phase 1 a Plinian eruption took place, which in phase 2 was joined by the production of syn-plinian pyroclastic surges. In phase 3, eruption of cold phreatomagmatic pyroclastic flows constructed a large tuff cone that filled the old caldera, cutting it off from the sea. In phase 4, eruption of hot pyroclastic flows took place from multiple subaerial vents, forming at least three ignimbrite fans (NW, E and S), and associated caldera collapse enlarged and deepened the ancient caldera. The main eruptive vents are shown in these figures as red stars (locations well constrained for phases 1 to 3, but speculative for phase 4). Black arrows show schematic emplacement vectors for the pyroclastic flows of phases 3 and 4. (d,e) Post-eruptive opening of the NW and SW straits (based on the present research). At the end of the eruption the caldera was dry and isolated from the sea, probably due to thick accumulations of LBA tuff. The sea first broke through to the NW, where a combination of water erosion and landslip carved out the NW strait and flooded the caldera (blue arrows in d) in less than a couple of days. Submarine landslides (black arrows in e) then opened up the SW straits once the caldera was largely flooded. (f) The present-day volcanic field. (Nomikou et al, 2016)
7 EDITOR P. Nomikou, Assist. Professor of Marine Geology and Physical Geography, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Dept. of Geology and Geoenvironment Vangelis Paravas PHOTO REFERENCES Nomikou P, Druitt T.H., Hubscher C., Mather T.A., Paulatto M., Kalnins L.M., Kelfoun K., Papanikolaou D., Bejelou K., Lampridou D., Pyle D.M., Carey S., Watts A.B., Wei B. & Parks M.M., Post Eruptive Flooding of Santorini Caldera and Implication for Tsunami Generations, Nature Communications 1-10 (2016) SANTORINI VOLCANO 07 SantoTraveler August 2017
8 A Major Change in the Stratigraphy of the Santorini Volcano in Greece (PART 2) FIGURE 2 Satellite image, ESA ((d), right) of Thera, the main island of the Santorini volcanic group. (a) Fira Quarry; (b) North of Cape Alonaki; (c) North of Karageorghis quarry where the UPS has been radiocarbon dated by an olive tree found in situ. The lower part of the LBA eruption lies on a downfaulted terrace and contains Cycladic ceramics; (d) Two funnel-shaped collapse structures meet at Cape Alonaki where they produced concentric terraces on the caldera wall. 5. Was There a Central Cone or a Water- Filled Caldera Prior to the LBA Eruption? Heiken and McCoy  offered a graphic portrayal of the island before the LBA eruption. Based on fission track analyses of the LPS, Seward et al.  calculated an age of 100,000 years. Since 1985 the discussion has focused on the strength of the LBA eruption since underwater investigations around Santorini had revealed more pyroclastic deposits on the sea floor than expected. The strength of the LBA eruption therefore increased in the literature . A study of about 1450 calcareous blocks of stromatolites from the Santorini volcano was performed by Eriksen . The stromatolitic blocks had been ejected in the third phase of the LBA eruption. Radiocarbon dating showed that it was possible that they had formed their build-ups in shallow seawater near the later eruption crater inside the water-filled caldera 12,000 years before the LBA eruption. This analysis of the stromatolites proved that the Santorini caldera existed prior to this eruption. Druitt and Francaviglia  demonstrated that pumice on the caldera wall of the LBA eruption dips down towards the caldera, confirming the existence of an earlier caldera.
9 In 1999 Druitt et al.  adopted the ideas of Neumann van Padang that the two pumice series triggered two calderas. They argued for a magmatic megacycle with a time interval of 200,000 years when identical eruption series were created. 6. Geo-Archaeological Investigations Since the 1970s, three of us have been working on Santorini, amongst other places in the now abandoned pumice quarries on Thera and Therasia. Even though the number of good field sites is rapidly decreasing on Santorini due to human activities, it is still possible to get important geological information from the steep walls of the caldera. Modern tools like GIS and GPS are also very useful . From decades of fieldwork and research on the geology of Santorini, we have found that it is necessary to make some general changes in geological interpretations, as we show below. 7. Concentric Terraces on Thera Concentric terraces are closely related to the formation of a caldera. The latter is a volcano-tectonic collapse structure that is commonly sub-circular and funnel shaped. After a strong eruption, when the magma chamber is emptied and the roof of the chamber cannot stand the weight of the overlying material, it sometimes collapses. After the main collapse the caldera wall is unstable for a long time and erosion and down-sliding effect material on the wall. For example, a lava is more durable than tuff and terraces form on the upper surfaces of the more resistant layers. For Santorini, it could have been the Cape Riva Eruption (around 21,000 years ago) that formed a caldera with concentric terraces on its wall, like those at Cape Alonaki on Thera (Figure 2). Concentric terraces were also recently discovered on the caldera wall above Balos harbour. This observation, together with the rediscovery of a Cycladic house  that had been buried under the pumice of the LBA eruption, clearly indicates that there is no Lower Pumice Series material here. FIGURE 3 A visual comparison of the so-called LPS from the caldera wall below Fira with the LBA eruption products from the nearby Cape Alonaki (inserted photo) shows a striking similarity in the total thickness in the three exposures. Photos W. L. Friedrich. Abstract Two prominent and similar pumice series were described on Thera in 1879 the Upper and Lower Pumice Series (UPS and LPS). Since then, geologists have treated the two series separately because they seemingly occurred at distinct levels and had different ages. Here we show that these two pumice series are identical; there is no LPS on Santorini. All stratigraphic conclusions based on the LPS from Santorini should therefore be discarded. The water-filled Santorini caldera with its steep inner slopes existed before the eruption. Volcano- tectonic effects in connection with caldera formation created concentric terraces that were mantled by the products of the Late Bronze Age (LBA) eruption. Subsequent erosion only left remnants of the mantle behind. Topographic effects followed by slumping during sedimentation caused confusion of the stratigraphy on the caldera wall. Our results are supported by geological, paleontological and archaeological evidence. Furthermore, the caldera with its minerals, pigments, harbours and hot springs was accessible for the Thereans. This reinterpretation opens new perspectives for archaeological research. The catastrophic LBA eruption (previously called the Minoan eruption) destroyed a flourishing culture on Santorini and impacted neighbouring cultures around 1613 BC. AUTHORS Walter L. Friedrich(1), Annette Højen Sørensen(1)*, J. Richard Wilson(1), Michael Fytikas(2), Spyridon Pavlides(2), Samson Katsipis(3) (1): Department of Geoscience, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark (2): Department of Geology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece (3): Museum of Minerals and Fossils Perissa, Santorini, Greece NOTE This significant paper will be pyblished in 4 issues. References to bibliography on the last issue GEOLOGY 09 SantoTraveler August 2017
10 Cape Alonaki FIGURE 4 The caldera wall south of Fira provides more information. The LPS here locally has a darker colour; this has been known since the work by Fouqué. This miscolouring is characteristic for those places where the LPS is overlain by black lapilli of the upper scoria series (USS) where rainwater can spill over the underlying pumice. 8. A Cycladic House at Balos Harbour on Thera Volcano-tectonic forces on the Akrotiri Peninsula had lifted the marine sediments to a height of 200 m. The uplifted part of it contains marine fossils of Plio- Pleistocene age . The peninsula has an in-situ cover of the UPS, whereas the steep slopes are covered by material of the LBA eruption that is resting on narrow terraces which can be followed for several kilometres along the caldera wall of Thera. The volcanic deposits have been partly reworked on the inner side of the caldera. During the surge phase of the eruption pumice was plastered against the steep slope of the caldera wall and subsequently slid down and came to rest on the natural terraces of the old caldera wall. Due to mining activity (ca AD) above Balos harbour where the Cycladic house was found, most of the pumice mantle has been removed, including the ruins of the house. However, the characteristic platform on top of the thick lava is still visible. Neumann van Padang tried to find the excavation site in 1936 but did not succeed. In a profile he shows Bu at a height of 67 m; Bu means LPS. Geological maps by later scholars also show LPS in this area. However, in 2009 we rediscovered the platform where a house with three rooms stood prior to the LBA eruption . We used satellite images together with information provided by the French scientists to find the location. A platform at 62 m above sea level fitted perfectly with the description. Even the original thickness (22 m) of pumice that buried the house with the three rooms is visible on the caldera wall below Mount Loumaravi. 9. Observations around Fira The up to 60 m thick pumice layers below Fira (Figure 3) have the same overall appearance, the same sequence and the same erosional pattern as the UPS in the nearby Fira quarry. In this quarry there are faults which show that tectonic movements played a role in their development and current position on the caldera wall. In the abandoned pumice quarries near Fira there is an abrupt shift from the lower to the upper products of the LBA eruption. The lowermost part of the UPS is in direct contact with the upper part of the so-called LPS (Figure 4 and Figure 5). FIGURE 5 Two levels of exposure of the eruption products merge on top of Cape Alonaki. The lower one is slightly darker due to the overlying black lapilli of the Upper Scoria Series (USS). The LPS and UPS get closer to each other and finally merge in the Karageorghis quarry.
12 Legend main road second road trekking trail SANTORINI MAP Beach archaeological site airport port Parking camping gas station Oia and Ammoudi Isl. Thirasia Riva Manolas 12 Useful Phone Numbers (International country code for Greece: +30 ) Unexplored Santorini Buses: SantoTraveler August 2017 Taxi: Cable Car: Hospital: Port Authority: Airport: Police: Fire Brigade: The Beach The best spot for hairdressing, nail services, waxing, massage, sauna and makeup. Exclusive wedding packages! Main Road from Fira to Pyrgos. t , m Fz Beauty Salon and Spa
13 C. Mavropetra B. Baxedes B. Paradisos B. Kolumbos C. Kolumbos B. Katharos Oia Finikia B. Pori Ammoudi Bay Amazing villages B. Xiropigado B. Vourvoulos Korfos Imerovigli Vourvoulos Active Volcano C. Tourlos Firostefani FIRA B. Monolithos Isl. NEA KAMENI Karterados C. Alonaki Mesaria Isl. PALIA KAMENI Vothonas Athinios Port Exo Gonia B. Avis Isl. Aspronisi Pyrgos The Beach B. Gyalos C. Loumaradi B. Balos C. Therma Megalochori Episkopi Gonias Ag. Georgios Profitis Ilias Zoodochos Pigi Kamari B. Kamari Ancient Thera Lighthouse Faros Akrotiri Emporeio Perissa C. Mavro Vouno B. Mesa Pigadia B. White Excavations B. Perissa B. Kambia Red Beach B. Almyra Perivolos B. Vlychada B. Perivolos Perivolos C. Exomitis Black beaches
14 Summer_ in Santorini August Two-hour Greek Language crash course for beginners. Specialized teachers come to your place and offer an introduction to one of the most ancient and beautiful languages in the world. Full intensive course offered also for one or two weeks, all year round. HELLENIC CULTURE CENTRE Megalochori, Santorini, tel , Saturdays at and Notes of the Centuries, on Tuesdays and Fridays at Seats are limited, online booking recommended. August Orange Water 3 The International Festival of Contemporary Art hosts painting, sculpture, video art and installations by renowned artists from Greece, Holland and other countries. In Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada.. August Painting Exhibition Frenchman Roger Tourte s watercolours are exhibited in the Cyclades Iles de la mer Egee exhibition until 31 October. In Petros Nomikos Conference Center, Fira. 1 August Athens State Orchestra The Aenaon string Quartet of the Athens State Orchestra will present repertoire works in the Cathedral s evocative atmosphere. At Cathedral Church of Saint John, at August Creative Tourism Activities. Ceramics, Cooking, Icon Painting, Landscape Painting, Traditional Dance lesson, singing Greek songs lesson, Church trail, Thirassia island, walking tours, wine-tasting, local farm visit. HELLENIC CULTURE CENTRE Megalochori, Santorini. August A day at the Tomato Museum A folk fairy tale which teaches young and old about injustice and its consequences In Exo Gonia (3/6) and in Vothonas and Emporeio (4/6).. 1 August 1st Festival of Santorinian Bands Four bands from Santorini recommend interesting covers of traditional Greek and international songs, references to the Greek rock genre, but also new compositions. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August La Ponta tours and concerts La Ponta is located in a 13th century Venetian tower, within the castle of Akrotiri. Daily tours include a historical introduction of the tower and musical presentation. You can also attend the evening concerts: Odysseus Returns, on Mondays, Wednesdays and
15 1 August Report to Greko A tribute to one of the most famous Greek authors, Nikos Kazantzakis. In this theatrical play, different characters from different books by Kazantzakis (Zorba the Greek, Captain Mihalis) talk to each other, accompanied by the guitar. At Senior High School of Fira. At special aesthetic value. ARA have been promoting and projecting the bookbinding art as a means of artistic expression for several years. At the Estia of Pyrgos Cultural Center, in the central square of Pyrgos. Visiting hours & August Music concert Virtuoso Haig Yazdjian and his music ensemble present songs from different places and seasons through a voice switching game. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at & 4 August Traditional Meetings Popular Greek singers Stellina Konitopoulou and George Sampariotis sing well-known traditional island songs. On 3 August at the central square of Emporio and on 4 August in Thirasia. At AGENDA 2-10 August Painting Exhibition The Assyrtico Transparency Painting Exhibition is the new exhibition by Kostantinos Fytros, a hymn to the Assyrtico Wine Variety. Transparency painting is completely innovative and is one of the few exhibitions that have been presented globally. At the Estia of Pyrgos Cultural Center, in the central square of Pyrgos. Opening at 2 August, at Visiting hours & August Nikos Portokaloglou Famous Greek singer Nikos Portokaloglou is coming to Santorini with new songs, new partners and a new sound. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Fair Annual fair to celebrate Christ the Saviour (Sotiras) with live music, traditional dances and food in the evening, organized by the Estia of Pyrgos Cultural Association. At the central square of Pyrgos. 7 August Healing concert During the full moon of August, a unique midnight Lunar Sadhana will immerse us in a Sound Healing Circle with emerging sounds, frequencies and celestial harmonies. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At SantoTraveler August August Book Binding Exhibition Book lovers can admire the unique creations concerning Santorini which are presented by ARA (Friends of Bookbinding Art) and are of
16 Summer_ in Santorini 7-16 August LC Armstrong - Island Painting Vandiri Art in New York presents the painting exhibition LC Armstrong Island Painting. Opening on 8 August, at At Bellonio Cultural Foundation, at Fira. Visiting hours: and August Every Brilliant Thing Following many successful performances and a sold out tour, Every Brilliant Thing, Duncan Macmillan s (1984, Lungs) and Johnny Donahoe s award-winning show that moved hundreds of viewers, is returning to Santorini. In Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Symphonic Music The Young Masters Ensemble of the famous "University of Music and Performing Arts" and "Johann Sebastian Bach Music School" in Vienna, sponsored by the Austrian Embassy, will demonstrate the magic of symphonic music. At Cathedral Church of Saint John, at August Music Concert Pop Greek singer Konstantinos Argyros is coming to Santorini for a concert full of fun. At Senior High School at Fira. At August Thiraioi Band The local band is performing live island, traditional and Cretan songs. In Emporio at August Music concert Savina Giannatou and Kostas Grigoreas playing the guitar, will perform traditional and modern songs from the Mediterranean countries, as well as Greek solo guitar plays alongside famous songs by Lena Platonos and Manos Hadjidakis. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at August Entehni and Traditional Music A music concert dedicated to traditional, folk and entehni Greek music with well-known songs. In Megalohori, at August Akropoditi Theatre Medusa, the winner of the 2016 Dance Award by the Theater and Dance Critic Society, is coming to Santorini to leave you breathless and petrified! At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Book Binding Exhibition Book lovers can admire the unique creations concerning Santorini which are presented by ARA (Friends of Bookbinding Art) and are of special aesthetic value. ARA have been promoting and projecting the bookbinding art as a means of artistic expression for several years. At the Estia of Pyrgos Cultural Center, in the central square of Pyrgos. Visiting hours &
17 10 August Opera Chaotique, the worst of. With surprisingly subversive humor, extremely surreal imagination and explosive musical alchemy, Opera Chaotique have managed to establish themselves as a unique phenomenon in the world of music. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Erotokritos by Vitsentzos Kornaros Hainides and the Ki omos kineitai team (dance/acrobatics) recommend an interpretation of Erotokritos that differs from the usual. A musical performance, a cross between singing and narrating that has shaped musical tradition in such an absolute way. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Red thread sings a violin The Star of a Giant fairy tale introduces children to the world of creative narrative. This workshop is for pre-school and elementary school ages. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At Dance seminar 16 August 10 August Lavrentis Mahairitsas & Giannis Zouganelis The combination of Mahairitsas famous songs with Zouganelis controversial humour create a great summer concert. At Senior High School in Fira, at August Chamber Music Chamber music ensembles by the Young Masters of the famous "University of Music and Performing Arts" and "Johann Sebastian Bach Music School" in Vienna, sponsored by the Austrian Embassy, with the collaboration of Christos Marantos on the piano, will present chamber music works. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at August Evocacion - Aroma del Tango A special night with tango lessons and an aroma of Argentina with Evocaciόn. A journey of the senses from the dark and mysterious tangos of Piazzolla, to the cute waltz and the swanky milongas of the Golden Age. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Music concert Ioanna Forti s voice is connected with the sweet sound of the string instruments of the Athens Quintet D. Dounis in songs that make this musical journey sound unique. At Cathedral Church of Saint John, at A dance workshop open to all adults, in order to pursue the awakening of our senses by improving our relationship to our body and using the least possible physical energy. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Melisses Pop, rock and ballads sung by the popular Greek band Melisses. At Senior High School at Fira. At AGENDA 17 SantoTraveler August 2017
18 Summer_ in Santorini 17 August The Beggar and the Golden Keyhole Singers, dancers, actors and four musicians give life to the most wonderful book and present the most enchanting fairytale you have ever heard! At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August The Muses of Rembetiko A special show, a musical ode to the women that inspired the composers of Rembetiko to write Greece s best traditional and rembetika songs. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Peace The all-time comic play Peace, written by Greek playwright Aristophanes 2,500 years ago, is now in Santorini, in a performance for children. At Senior High School in Fira, at August Painting Exhibition Vandiri Art in New York presents the painting exhibition Michael Kapsalis - American Dream. Opening on 18 August, at At Bellonio Cultural Foundation, at Fira. Visiting hours: and August Music concert Theodoros Kerkezos, Christos Papageorgiou, Matina Velimachitis and Andreas Kerkezos will tell us the wonderful story of a clown, emphasizing the valuable offer of love to each other. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at August Bel Canto in the Mediterranean ATTIKA, the Orchestra of Nocturnal Strings, presents rare gems from the musical culture of the Mediterranean. From the Italian canzonetta, to the Spanish habanera, the French waltz, the scholarly Smyrneiko and the Greek operetta. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At santotraveler.com/tv VIDEO TOUR 19 August Video Art and Film Festival The combination of image and sound through animation films, film scoring, short films and visual art creates a powerful depiction of our time and is now in Santorini. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At
19 21 August Summer concert Greek singer Erofili, together with Trifono Band, is presenting a summer programme. In Monolithos beach, at August Monsieur Minimal Monsieur Minimal, the Greek indie/popesthete artist with international recognition, is back in Santorini. At the Metropolis in Fira, at August Greek Music Concert If you like Greek entehni music, then Konstantinos Pelekanos and his band are performing live. In the central square of Pyrgos, at August Music concert The well-known composer Giorgos Andreou and the clarinet virtuoso Manos Ahalinotopoulos together with Korina Legaki will present a program with well-known and beloved songs by Giorgos Andreou and other important Greek and foreign songwriters. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at August Aegean Jazz Vasilis Rakopoulos and his quintet play original compositions that display and project not only the simplicity of the Mediterranean idiom, but also the way it is approached and performed. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August - 10 September Photography Exhibition Photographer Christos Simatos is coming again in Santorini, this time to present his exhibition Photographic landscapes. At Bellonio Cultural Foundation, at Fira. Visiting hours: and AGENDA 19 SantoTraveler August August Petros Klampanis Group Chroma Bassist/composer Petros Klampanis has absorbed a vibrant palette of colors over the course of a varied musical life journey and presents original compositions from his personal album Chroma. At Santorini Arts Factory, Vlychada. At August Music concert The show "Attic in Paris... and other stories" is based on songs from Attik, both in Greek and in French, as well as K. Giannidis, A. Sakellariou, M. Swagul, L. Rapid, etc. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at August Optima Music Performance Vagelis Trigas and Margarita Karamolegou bring the delicate combination of the bouzouki sound with the sound of other instruments, to create an interesting approach of high aesthetic experience. In the central square of Pyrgos at Free entrance 27 August Between two rivers A rare meeting of Cretan and Flamenco dance and music. At the Elementary School of Oia, At
20 Summer_ in Santorini Traditional Evening 27 August Sorotos Loizos and his violin will be the spark for the island traditional evening and promise a night full of dance. At Exo Gonia, at August Locomondo One of the most popular Greek groups, Locomondo, are coming to Santorini for a lively concert. At the Elementary School of Oia, At Music evening 28 August Sophia Tserou, Giannis Tseros and Fotis Tseros travel the audience to Greek and foreign rock and entehni music, accompanied with their guitars. At Oia, at August Music concert Presenting the winners in the five categories of The Muse International Youth Competition, which has been hosted since 2005 at the Gyzi Megaron. At Gyzi Megaron Cultural Centre, at Let us know you better... Let us know your needs... Let us know your opinion... Let us help you to find out the best travel experience! Send us an at: & TRAVEL BLOG Please bear in mind that the dates and times of the events may change without prior notice. Daily updated information at: MONTHLY UPDATED VIDEO TOUR santotraveler.com/tv
21 New publication: Guide to Akrotiri An essential book for every traveler GUIDE TO AKROTIRI 21 SantoTraveler August 2017 A new guide to celebrate 50 years of excavation works in the archaeological site of Akrotiri, has been published. It is the first book that guides you step by step to the prehistoric town of Aktotiri, connecting the site to the amazing finds exhibited in National Archaeological Mouseum of Athens and the Museum of Prehistoric Thera in Santorini. The book includes outstanding photos and provides the traveler with useful insight about the prehistoric town. A town that remained burried under the volcanic ash and was discovered 50 years ago by Prof. Spyridon Marinatos. This special publication is supported by the municipality of Thera and local businessmen. It is a luxurious edition with 110 pages. Book dimensions: 22x24 cm Language: English. You can buy it from most hotel receptions, or you can call: or send at: The book is delivered in a day at your hotel.
22 Stargazing... in Santorini The center of our galaxy lies in the direction of the great constellation Sagittarius, the Archer. Look for Sagittarius by finding the group of stars commonly known as the Teapot. The handle, top, and spout are easy to find. Under the dark sky of Vlychada, the Milky Way seems to rise out of the Teapot s spout. One of the most beautiful beaches in Santorini is Vlychada, located in the southern part of the island. It is the perfect place to enjoy the wonders of the majestic August night sky. The Scorpion is a striking constellation in the southern sky, one of the few that resembles the object after which it was named. The Scorpion is easy to trace in the sky. Its head, curved tail and venomous stinger are prominent. At the Scorpion s heart lies a reddish star. Its color resembles that of Mars (in Greek: Ares). Ancient Greek stargazers, contemplating these two crimson objects, named the star Antares, which means rival of Ares. According to the Greek myth Scorpio depicts the scorpion that killed Orion the hunter with his stinger. Orion boasted that he could kill any wild animal. After hearing this claim, the Earth sent the scorpion to kill Orion. Because Orion and Scorpio are positioned at opposite sides from each other, it is said that Orion flees under the horizon whenever Scorpio rises in the sky. The constellation has its roots in Sumerian culture, but is traditionally depicted as a centaur, half-man, half-horse found in Greek myths. This centaur, named Chiron was good natured, unlike most centaurs who were violent. He is depicted wearing a cloak and drawing his bow, aiming an arrow at the star Antares. After Hercules accidentally wounded him, Zeus saw that Chiron was in great pain and let him die and then placed him in the heavens. EDITOR Kostas Theodoropoulos, physicist and amateur teacher of astronomy and photography stunning photo tours private sightseeing tours BOOK NOW last minute weddings Santorini my tour Karterados, Thera, p.o.: E: mob:
23 Swordfish rolls skewers Ingredients (4 persons): 800 grams of swordfish, 150 grams of bread crumb, 400 grams of breadcrumbs, 50 grams of pine nuts, 50 grams of raisins, 200 grams of grated caciocavallo cheese (otherwise well seasoned parmesan), parsley, salt, pepper, 1 glass of fresh orange juice, 2 eggs,.1/2 glass of extra virgin olive oil. Preparation RESERVATION Cut the swordfish in thin slices. Put them on a plan. Put the crumb in a bowl, pour the orange juice first, then add the pine nuts, the raisins, the parsley, 150 grams of cheese, the 2 eggs, a pinch of salt and black pepper. Use 200 grams about of breadcrumbs to thicken the mixture, which must be malleable to form some balls, as many as the swordfish slices. Wrap each ball with a slice of swordfish. Close well and form an oval ball. Pour the oil in a dishful and in another dishful create a breading with 200 grams of breadcrumbs, 50 grams of cheese, salt and black pepper. Pass each roll in the oil individually and quickly and then pass it into the breading. Put the rolls in a wooden skewer alternating with a laurel leaf and a slice of onion between each other. Great to cook them on charcoal grill, but also can be oven baked or in a non-stick frying pan. Recommended wine: Chardonnay or Assyrtiko. RECIPE 23 SantoTraveler August 2017 The new and elegant Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria CONVIVIUM, located in Fira between the Central Square and the Caldera, assures and offers the highest quality and typical Mediterranean flavours. Our menus include a large selection of homemade pasta, fish, meats and dessert. Good wine list. Facilities: Wi-Fi, vegetarian, vegan & gluten free dishes. Available for weddings or business dinners.
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