Greek mainland "completes the portrait" of Greece according to Pioneer Press newspaper

With photos from Nafplio, Ancient Olympia and the Isthmus of Corinthos, the newspaper «Pioneer Press» presents an extensive report on Greece, stressing that “in order to get a true sense of Greece’s past you have to visit the mainland”

“Many tourists arrive in Athens and from there directed to the islands. The charm of the islands is understandable, but the mainland completes the portrait of Greece, as a visible testimony of multilevel Greek history, teeming with constant invasions and occupations of other cultures (Minoans, Mycenaeans, Romans, Venetians, Ottomans, Italians and Germans in the second world war), “notes Lisa Heinrich, signing the reports, stressing that” the turbulent history persisted until the modern era, and often there were domestic conflicts. “