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Mykonos Muse

CHF 139.00

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In the Cyclades, surrounded by the blue-green waters of the Aegean Sea, lies the whitewashed, windmill-studded Mykonos, the Island of the Winds. This ancient island and its surrounding islands, which according to mythology are the corpses of the gods slain by Hercules in ancient times, are older than legend and have hosted countless cultures for more than a thousand years. The "Ibiza of Greece", with its forty square kilometers and only ten thousand inhabitants, has become known for its beautiful architecture, its hospitable and open-minded people and its fantastic beaches. With names like "Paradise" and "Super Paradise," the beaches of this coast have captured the imagination and hearts of industry figures, artists and partygoers from around the world, making it a stable cosmopolitan destination and a premier escape for the jet set.

This book is a chronicle of the culture and society that has shaped Mykonos over the last century - from its time as a haven for luminaries and elites such as Le Corbusier and Antonis Benakis, to its time as a haven for the gay community, to its predominant party scene - and at the same time spoils the reader with the ruins and myths hidden there.

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Mykonos Muse

CHF 139.00
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