Red Bull Art of Motion Santorini look forward to the 2017 event on October 7.
The Online Qualifier will take place from June 6 to July 6, 2017. So you’ll have a whole month to prepare your 90-second video showcasing your skills. It’s very important that your face is clearly seen as well as your landings in the video. Also the video title must have your name and contain the words ‘Online Qualifier Red Bull Art of Motion 2017’. The seven best athletes (four men and three women) will reserve their spot in the main competition, which will take place on October 7 in Oia.
The 4th International Symposium Ampelos 2017 will be held in Santorini Island, where the previous international symposia were successfully held in 2003, 2006 and 2013.
The scope of the conference is the impact of climate change, in European and in the Mediterranean Vineyard, on the developmental physiology and ecophysiology of the grapevine, on the productivity and quality of wine and table grapevine varieties, on the adaptation of grapevine varieties and rootstocks and on the formulation of a strategy in order to address the emerging new challenges in the vineyard, the winery, the economy and the society.
One of the most important jobs you have as a parent is keeping your child safe when riding in a vehicle. You need to understand the different types of child car seats and the child car seat must be suitable to the weight of children and features side and front impact protection to protect your child in the event of a collision.
Where to Swim in Santorini? Santorini Holiday Cars shares his personal choices for best swimming beaches on Santorini, along with reasons why we chose the beaches, advices for enjoying your beach time, and photos. The Complete List: Red Beach, Perivolos, Vlychada, White Beach, Ammoudi, Perissa, Armeni, Kamari, Monolithos, Kameni, Akrotiri.
9 museums in Santorini for a complete view of the island’s culture.
The exhibition is structured in four units, referring to the history of research at Thera, the geology of Thera, the island’s history from the Late Neolithic to the Late Cycladic I periond (early 17th century B.C.) and the heyday of the city at Akrotiri (mature Late Cycladic I period, 17th century B.C.). In the last unit, in particular, various aspects are presented, such as the plan and architecture of the city and its organization as an urban centre, the emergent bureaucratic system, the development of the monumental art of wall-painting, the rich and diverse pottery repertoire, the elegant jewellery, the reciprocal influences between vase-painting and wall-painting, and the city’s and the island’s complex network of contacts with the outside word.