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Kefalonia - Bucharest (EFL - OTP)

Turas bhabhta
2022-10-12
2022-10-19
Ghréig - Romania

As EUR 14.99

Kefalonia - Bucharest (EFL - OTP)

Slí amháin
2022-10-12
Ghréig - Romania

As EUR 14.99

The island of Kefalonia is located in the Ionian Sea, west of the mainland of Greece. The island is about 280 km long and has a population of around 33,000 people. The capital of the island is Argostoli. The island has a long and interesting history. It was first settled by the ancient Greeks in the 8th century BC. The island was then ruled by the Romans, the Byzantines, the Venetians, and the French. In 1864, the island became part of Greece. The island is famous for its beaches, its forests, and its wine. The island is also home to the Kefalonian donkey, a breed of donkey that is found nowhere else in the world.

The history of Bucharest is quite long and complex. It is thought that the first settlement in the area was a Roman camp called Castra Dacorum, which was built in the 2nd century AD. The city began to grow in the 14th century, and by the 16th century it had become the most important city in Romania. Bucharest played a very important role in the history of Romania, and it was also a major cultural and economic center. However, the city was badly damaged during World War II, and it took many years for it to recover. Bucharest is now a modern and vibrant city, and it is a popular tourist destination.

"Is é an fonn a eitilt ná smaoineamh ar láimh dúinn ag ár sinsear a thug ár sinsear, agus iad ag taisteal grueling ar fud tailte gan rian i dtréimhsí réamhstairiúla, d'fhéach sé go mór ar na héin atá ag ardú as spás, ag luas iomlán, os cionn gach constaic, ar an mhórbhealach gan teorainn den aer. " - Wilbur Wright