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Municipality of Monemvasia, Greece, Launches Virtual Tours

Photo © Yiannis Papadimitriou / Shutterstock

Photo © Yiannis Papadimitriou / Shutterstock

The Municipality of Monemvasia has launched high-quality and high-resolution 360° virtual tours to two of the area’s main attractions, giving visitors a whole new experience.

Kastania Cave

Photo © monemvasia.gr

Photo © monemvasia.gr

Kastania cave is one of the most impressive caves of Greece and found near the village of Kastania on the southern tip of the Peloponnese.

When taking the virtual tour through the 3 million-year-old Kastania Cave, users will see an unparalleled décor and numerous impressive formations such as enormous red and white “waterfalls,” the gigantic columns, the “curtains” and the “sheets” that overflow like waxwork from the roof, “octopuses” and “corals” nest, “elephants” and “mushrooms,” “birds” and caricatures, “exotic plants” and monumental creatures. Rich in density and variety of shapes, colors and figures, Kastania Cave is classified as second of its kind in Europe.

Take the virtual tour here.

Fortress town of Monemvasia

Photo © javarman / Shutterstock

Photo © javarman / Shutterstock

In the Fortress town of Monemvasia, virtual tourists are able to “walk” inside the castle and enjoy the atmosphere in the narrow streets and squares and the unique points of view from the Upper Town.

Visitors will see all that leads to the impression of a town untouched by time: castles, walls, old mansions, narrow cobbled lanes, churches, low arches and vaults, coats of arms, imperial marble thrones, Byzantine icons.

Take the virtual tour here.

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