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    Narrative of a Yacht Voyage in the Mediterranean: During — Corfu thus became a strong bulwark against the Turks, whose frequent attacks were successfully repulsed.

    In it was besieged for forty-two days by a formidable Ottoman army and fleet, and several daring attempts were made to storm Some pieces by Castiglione, deserved particular notice, together with the last siege, and the new fortifications of Corfu, which is not only painted on a picture, but curiously modelled in wood.

    Corfu is not only a bulwark to the Venetians, against Venice, Austria, and the Turks in the Seventeenth Century. American Philosophical Society.

    Thus the important stronghold of Corfu was protected according to a dispatch of Antonio Priuli, proveditor generale da Morea would prove to be, for they were bulwarks against the Turks' intrusion into the Adriatic.

    Colburn and co. The Renaissance. MJF Books. Archived from the original on 11 April The Ottomans were a major and expanding presence in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

    The knights, their fortifications strengthened by bastions, resisted assaults and bombardment before accepting Ottoman naval pressure on Europe increased in the Mediterranean, with sieges of Corfu in map 2 and Reggio in Also contains information about the Nazi collaborator mayor Kollas.

    Archived from the original on 17 October The American Journal of International Law. Retrieved 31 July Stanford Law Review.

    Europe Since An Encyclopedia. Soon after a bye-election took place in Corfu in which the widow of the deceased Maria Desilla — Kapodistria, was elected Mayor with 5, votes in a total of 10, She was the first female Mayor in Greece.

    Archived from the original on 2 April Winkes editor , Kerkyra. Artifacts from the Palaiopolis, Providence Röhl Retrieved 4 May After the purchase of the 'Achilleion', Kekule was invited by the Kaiser to go to Corfu to provide advice on the positioning of the Bowman; Peter Kerasiotis 1 March Frommer's Greek Islands.

    Corfu: the garden isle. Murray in association with the Hellenic Group of Companies Ltd. Although subsequently demolished in to allow the passage of a huge German coastal gun beneath, the locality still bears the name "Kaiser's Bridge".

    The remains can still be seen today. Old Corfu: history and culture. The Palace of St. George which had been instituted in to honour distinguished British and local Madden Greenwood Publishing Group.

    Johnson January American Journal of Archaeology. This is the only Greek Doric building that is known to have had no frieze.

    This is nothing but the logical consequence of the tendencies from the early Sicilian temples, where the ties Robertson; Robertson D.

    May Greek and Roman Architecture. Oxford University Press. A second temple, at Kardaki on the east side of Corfu town, was also Doric but had 6 by 12 columns, and its cella had neither false porch nor adyton.

    The columns are widely spaced, and the unusual absence of a triglyph and metope frieze may be explained by the influence of Ionic forms.

    A milestone in Greek architecture, this was the first building that was truly Doric. Many if not all of its Doric characteristics had appeared in earlier structures but here they were used for the first time as an ensemble.

    Miles 8 August A Companion to Greek Architecture. Sculptured Tombs of Hellas. Macmillan and Company, Limited.

    Luca Di Lorenzo. Archaeological Museum of Corfu. Classical Press of Wales. The History of World Sculpture. Chartwell Books. This lion was found near the tomb of Menekrates in the necropolis of ancient Kerkyra modern Corfu.

    Menekrates was a Lokrian, the proxenos of the people of Kerkyra, according to a metric inscription on the grave monument. Old Corfu: history and culture 3 ed.

    On a precipitous rocky peak dominating a wide range of coastline around Palaeokastritsa stand the crumbling walls and battlements of the twelfth-century Byzantine Fortress of Angelokastro, not far from the village of Krini.

    Again, during the first great siege of Corfu by the Turks in , Angelocastro successfully resisted attack. About 3, villagers had sought refuge within the fortress to escape the fate of the inhabitants of other parts of the island who were In , when they once more invaded Corfu, the Ottomans again unsuccessfully attacked, Angelocastro, where 4, people had taken refuge.

    During the second great siege of the city by the Ottomans in , Angelokastro once again served as a refuge for the During the course of the centuries Angelocastro played an important part in the defence of the island.

    In a force of Genoese soldiers, under the command of the French condottiere Boucicaut, landed at Palaeokastritsa and attacked The fortress existed in when it was formally taken over by the Italian Giordano di San Felice in the name of the Angevin rulers of Naples, who held the island of Corfu from to Angelocastro was probably built during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel Comnenos - 1 Retrieved 19 September Frommer's Greece.

    Retrieved 11 February Retrieved 6 April Again, during the first great siege of Corfu by the Turks in , Angelocastro In , when they once more invaded Corfu, the Turks again unsuccessfully attacked, Angelocastro, where 4, people had taken refuge.

    During the second great siege of the city by the Turks in , Angelokastro once again served DK Publishing. The Rough Guide to Corfu. Rough Guides.

    On the other side of Mount Ayios Matheos. One thing is certain, however. The area under plough outside the walls increased, since the village communities multiplied across the entire island if we are to judge from the Byzantine castles that have survived in order to protect the fields.

    They are castles such as Kassiopi, Angelokastro and Gardiki and, of course, the Old Fortress which was the medieval town itself. Corfu and the Other Ionian Islands.

    Cox, Son, and Baylis. JHU Press. Hafner Pub. The New York Times. Archived from the original on 11 August Retrieved 26 September Penguin Books Limited.

    AA Publishing. A dreadful storm - coupled with the rumour that St Spyridon was threatening the Turkish army with a flaming torch - broke the Turks' Rex Collings.

    The Greek Islands. New Holland Publishers. This work was an allegorical description of the victory of the Venetians the Christians over the Turks the barbarians in August John Joseph ed.

    Yugoslavia 2 ed. Clio Press. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. After , when an opera composed by Rossini was first scheduled for presentation in Corfu, operas by Rossini predominated over works composed by earlier or contemporary artists.

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    Central European University Press. Greek in origin and consciousness. Corfu at Wikipedia's sister projects.

    Subdivisions of the municipality of Corfu. Alepou Corfu city Evropouloi Kanalia. Gimari Kassiopi Nisaki Sinies. Ano Lefkimmi Lefkimmi Neochori Vitalades.

    Landmarks of Corfu. Achilleion Mon Repos Palace of St. Neratzichas tower Venetian arsenal, Gouvia. Barcarola festival.

    Administrative division of the Ionian Islands Region. Corfu Paxoi. Lefkada Meganisi. Ionian Islands. Former provinces of Greece. Grouped by region and prefecture.

    Aegina Hydra Kythira Piraeus Troizinia. Livadeia Thebes. Chalcis Istiaia Karystia. Dorida Parnassida. Domokos Locris Phthiotis.

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    Wikisource has original text related to this article: 'Corfu', a poem by L. East and West Attica Attica.

    Boeotia Livadeia Thebes. Chalkidiki Arnaia Chalkidiki. On the floor close to his hand there was a little round of paper, blackened on the one side.

    This sudden noise startled us shockingly; but the news was good, for it was only six. I felt in his pockets, one after another. A few small coins, a thimble, and some thread and big needles, a piece of pigtail tobacco bitten away at the end, his gully with the crooked handle, a pocket compass, and a tinder box were all that they contained, and I began to despair.

    Overcoming a strong repugnance, I tore open his shirt at the neck, and there, sure enough, hanging to a bit of tarry string, which I cut with his own gully, we found the key.

    At this triumph we were filled with hope and hurried upstairs without delay to the little room where he had slept so long and where his box had stood since the day of his arrival.

    A strong smell of tobacco and tar rose from the interior, but nothing was to be seen on the top except a suit of very good clothes, carefully brushed and folded.

    They had never been worn, my mother said. Under that, the miscellany began—a quadrant, a tin canikin, several sticks of tobacco, two brace of very handsome pistols, a piece of bar silver, an old Spanish watch and some other trinkets of little value and mostly of foreign make, a pair of compasses mounted with brass, and five or six curious West Indian shells.

    I have often wondered since why he should have carried about these shells with him in his wandering, guilty, and hunted life.

    In the meantime, we had found nothing of any value but the silver and the trinkets, and neither of these were in our way.

    Underneath there was an old boat-cloak, whitened with sea-salt on many a harbour-bar. My mother pulled it up with impatience, and there lay before us, the last things in the chest, a bundle tied up in oilcloth, and looking like papers, and a canvas bag that gave forth, at a touch, the jingle of gold.

    Hold Mrs. The guineas, too, were about the scarcest, and it was with these only that my mother knew how to make her count.

    It drew nearer and nearer, while we sat holding our breath. Then it struck sharp on the inn door, and then we could hear the handle being turned and the bolt rattling as the wretched being tried to enter; and then there was a long time of silence both within and without.

    At last the tapping recommenced, and, to our indescribable joy and gratitude, died slowly away again until it ceased to be heard. But my mother, frightened as she was, would not consent to take a fraction more than was due to her and was obstinately unwilling to be content with less.

    It was not yet seven, she said, by a long way; she knew her rights and she would have them; and she was still arguing with me when a little low whistle sounded a good way off upon the hill.

    That was enough, and more than enough, for both of us. Next moment we were both groping downstairs, leaving the candle by the empty chest; and the next we had opened the door and were in full retreat.

    Santiago loves the young lions as he loves "the boy" — meaning both the young man Santiago himself was and the young man Manolin is now.

    Conventionally regarded as kings of the animal world, the young lions symbolize represent qualities such as courage, strength, grace, dignity — in short, all the qualities of a champion that Santiago holds dear in his own youthful memories and would bequeath to Manolin.

    Here is age bequeathing to youth whatever pieces of the species' collective knowledge age possesses. Here, too, is age recalling its own youth and reliving that youth vicariously in the vigor of the young.

    In this commingling of Santiago's youthful reminiscences with his hopes for Manolin, the lions also suggest Santiago's immortality.

    Confronted with life's natural cycle from youth to old age, the only immortality is in whatever one leaves the young.

    While the writing in the novella is a tour-de-force, Hemingway's effort to pare down language and convey as much as possible in as few words as possible, the meanings here resonate on a larger and larger scale, as if ripples in water after a fish jump.

    For example, Hemingway conveys the novella's central theme in more ways than in the yoking of religious conviction with a belief in luck.

    Relying on a technique also used by T. Eliot and James Joyce, Hemingway the journalist enriches the story and advances its themes with resonances from historical, factual references.

    Having read yesterday's newspaper, the old man tells the boy about "the baseball" el beisbol in Spanish :. Not only does the reference to DiMaggio reflect Santiago's deep faith and predict his upcoming battle at sea in the "month when the great fish come," but critics including C.

    Harold Hurley and Bickford Sylvester also have researched such references to determine the exact dates in September when the story takes place.

    From these dates can be inferred a great deal about Cuba's cultural, economic, and social circumstances in this story.

    Critics also have established Manolin's exact age as 22, based on his reference to the baseball player Dick Sisler. Manolin is no child, but an apprentice, disciple, or initiate preparing to carry on, in Santiago's place, his most precious skills and beliefs.

    At the same time, both Manolin and Santiago recognize that Manolin is subject to the authority of his parents. Santiago tells Manolin, "If you were my boy I'd take you out and gamble ….

    But you are your father's and your mother's and you are in a lucky boat. Early on, Hemingway expands the central theme by introducing supporting themes such as those suggested in a brief mention of the fish house and the shark factory:.

    The successful fishermen of that day were already in and had butchered their marlin out and carried them laid full length across two planks, with two men staggering at the end of each plank, to the fish house where they waited for the ice truck to carry them to the market in Havana.

    Those who had caught sharks had taken them to the shark factory on the other side of the cove where they were hoisted on a block and tackle, their livers removed, their fins cut off and their hides skinned out and their flesh cut into strips for salting.

    When the wind was in the east a smell came across the harbour from the shark factory; but today there was only the faint edge of the odour because the wind had backed into the north and then dropped off ….

    Not only does the description of what becomes of the marlin and the sharks foreshadow Santiago's battles, but it also suggests another variation on the theme of the natural order and man's role in it.

    As Santiago's relationship with Manolin suggests the natural cycle of life from youth to old age, this description suggests that all living beings can be viewed as both predator and prey.

    In that view, fishermen like Santiago, dedicated to their vocation and relying on their skill for their living, are part of the natural order. Set against that view, the description of the fish house and the shark factory also suggests Cuba's changing socioeconomic circumstances a smell coming from the north and a village fishing culture converting to an exploitive fishing industry, as many critics, including Bickford Sylvester, have mentioned.

    This situation creates conflict between the new and the old economies, between the mechanical fishermen motivated by money and the passionate, skill-conscious fishermen dedicated to a vocation they see as a part of nature's cycle and a more spiritual way of life.

    Viewed in this light, Manolin's father who "hasn't much faith" and so insists Manolin fish in a more productive boat , the "almost blind" man Manolin now fishes with, and the young fishermen who ridicule Santiago at the Terrace are all pragmatic, practical men devoted to what they see as progress in this new materialism.

    On the other hand, Santiago, Manolin, the old fishermen who treat Santiago with respect, and the village shopkeepers who give him food or a newspaper or other small tokens of support are all idealists devoted to something enlarging in the old ways, something that nourishes the human spirit, something beyond material gain.

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    His classically depicted face is full of pain. He gazes skyward, as if to seek help from Olympus.

    According to Greek mythology , his mother Thetis was a goddess. In contrast, at the great staircase in the main hall is a giant painting of the triumphant Achilles full of pride.

    Dressed in full royal military regalia and erect on his racing chariot, he pulls the lifeless body of Hector of Troy in front of the stunned crowd watching helplessly from inside the walls of the Trojan citadel.

    The inscription read: [74]. The inscription was subsequently removed after World War II. The Achilleion was eventually acquired by the Greek state and has now been converted into a museum.

    The bridge, arching over the road, spanned the distance between the lower gardens of Achilleion and the nearby beach; its remains, a monument to imperial vanity, are an important landmark on the highway.

    The bridge's central section was demolished by the Wehrmacht in , during the German occupation of World War II, to allow for the passage of an enormous cannon, forming part of the Nazi defences in the southeastern coast of Corfu.

    In several parts of the old city, buildings of the Venetian era are to be found. The old city's architectural character is strongly influenced by the Venetian style, coming as it did under Venetian rule for a long period; its small and ancient side streets, and the old buildings' trademark arches are particularly reminiscent of Venice.

    In the old town there are many narrow streets paved with cobblestones. This is the biggest square in South-Eastern Europe and one of the largest in Europe, [78] [79] and replete with green spaces and interesting structures, such as a Roman-style rotunda from the era of British administration, known as the Maitland monument , built to commemorate Sir Thomas Maitland.

    In Greece, cricket is unique to Corfu, as it was once a British protectorate. It was then called the Palace of Saints Michael and George. The Order of St.

    Michael and St. George was founded here in with motto auspicium melioris aevi , [80] [81] and is still awarded by the United Kingdom.

    Today the palace is open to the public and forms a complex of halls and buildings housing art exhibits, including a Museum of Asian Art , unique across Southern Europe in its scope and in the richness of its Chinese and Asian exhibits.

    A wrought-iron aerial staircase, closed to visitors, descends to the sea from the gardens; the Greek royal family used it as a shortcut to the baths.

    In the city of Corfu, the ruins of the ancient city of Korkyra, also known as Palaiopolis , include ancient temples which were excavated at the location of the palace of Mon Repos, which was built on the ruins of the Palaiopolis.

    Hera's temple is situated at the western limits of Mon Repos, close to Kardaki Temple and to the northwest. It is considered to be the only Greek temple of Doric architecture that does not have a frieze.

    Its association with the worship of Apollo or Poseidon has not been established. The temple was dedicated to Artemis. It is known as the first Doric temple exclusively built with stone.

    The temple was a peripteral —styled building with a pseudodipteral configuration. Its perimeter was rectangular, with width of The metope of the temple was probably decorated, since remnants of reliefs featuring Achilles and Memnon were found in the ancient ruins.

    Omobono in Italy , near Tiber in Ancient Rome , at the time of the Etruscans , which incorporates similar design elements. Kaiser Wilhelm II , while vacationing at his summer palace of Achilleion in Corfu and while Europe was preparing for war, was involved in excavations at the site of the ancient temple.

    The Temple of Hera or Heraion is an archaic temple in Corfu, built around BC in the ancient city of Korkyra or Corcyra , in what is known today as Palaiopolis , and lies within the ground of the Mon Repos estate.

    Large terracotta figures such as lions, gorgoneions , and Daidala maidens, created and painted in vivid colour by artisans , who were inspired by myth traditions across the Mediterranean , decorated the roof of the temple, making it one of the most intricately adorned temples of Archaic Greece and the most ambitious roof construction project of its time.

    The Digital Archaic Heraion Project at Mon Repos is a project that has undertaken the task of digitising the architectural fragments found at the Corfu Heraion with the aim to reconstruct in 3D the Temple at Palaiopolis in virtual space.

    The lion is dated at the end of the 7th century BC and it is one of the earliest funerary lions ever found. Menecrates was the ambassador of ancient Korkyra to Oeiantheia, modern day Galaxidi or Ozolian Locris , [98] [99] and he was lost at sea.

    In the inscription it is also mentioned that the brother of Menecrates, Praximenes, had arrived from Oeiantheia to assist the people of Korkyra in building the monument to his brother.

    In Cassiope , the only other city of ancient importance, its name is still preserved by the village of Cassiopi, and there are some rude remains of building on the site; but the temple of Zeus Cassius for which it was celebrated has totally disappeared.

    The castles of Corfu, located at strategic points on the island helped defend the island from many invaders and they were instrumental in repulsing repeated Turkish invasions, making Corfu one of the few places in Greece never to be conquered by the Ottomans.

    These events take place amidst the ancient fortifications, with the Ionian sea in the background.

    The central high point of the citadel rises like a giant natural obelisk complete with a military observation post at the top, with a giant cross at its apex; at the foot of the observatory lies St.

    George's church, in a classical style punctuated by six Doric columns, [] as opposed to the Byzantine architectural style of the greater part of Greek Orthodox churches.

    The new citadel was until recently a restricted area due to the presence of a naval garrison, but old restrictions have been lifted and it is now open to the public, with tours possible through the maze of medieval corridors and fortifications.

    The winged Lion of St Mark , the symbol of Venice, can be seen at regular intervals adorning the fortifications.

    It is located at the top of the highest peak of the island's shoreline in the northwest coast near Palaiokastritsa and built on particularly precipitous and rocky terrain.

    Angelokastro is one of the most important fortified complexes of Corfu. It was an acropolis which surveyed the region all the way to the southern Adriatic and presented a formidable strategic vantage point to the occupant of the castle.

    Angelokastro formed a defensive triangle with the castles of Gardiki and Kassiopi , which covered Corfu's defences to the south, northwest and northeast.

    The castle never fell, despite frequent sieges and attempts at conquering it through the centuries, and played a decisive role in defending the island against pirate incursions and during three sieges of Corfu by the Ottomans, significantly contributing to their defeat.

    During invasions it helped shelter the local peasant population. The villagers also fought against the invaders playing an active role in the defence of the castle.

    Angelokastro, located at the western frontier of the Empire, was instrumental in repulsing the Ottomans during the first great siege of Corfu in , in the siege of and the second great siege of Corfu in causing the Ottomans to fail at penetrating the defences of Corfu in the North.

    Consequently the Turks were never able to create a beachhead and to occupy the island. The location of Gardiki at the narrow southwest flank of Corfu provided protection to the fields and the southern lowlands of Corfu and in combination with Kassiopi Castle on the northeastern coast of the island and Byzantine Angelokastro protecting the northwestern shore of Corfu, formed a triangular line of defence which protected Corfu during the pre-Venetian era.

    The castles formed a defensive triangle, with Gardiki guarding the island's south, Kassiopi the northeast and Angelokastro the northwest. Its position at the northeastern coast of Corfu overseeing the Corfu Channel that separates the island from the mainland gave the castle an important vantage point and an elevated strategic significance.

    Since the castle was abandoned for a long time, its structure is in a state of ruin. The eastern side of the fort has disappeared and only a few traces of it remain.

    There are indications that castle stones have been used as building material for houses in the area. Access to the fortress is mainly from the southeast through a narrow walkway which includes passage from homes and backyards, since the castle is at the centre of the densely built area of the small village of Kassiopi.

    The three present municipalities of Corfu and Diapontia Islands were formed in the local government reform by the merger of the former municipalitiy.

    The Ionian Academy was an institution that maintained the tradition of Greek education while the rest of Greece was still under Ottoman rule. It had Philological, Law, and Medical Schools.

    The Ionian University was established in , in recognition, by the administration of Andreas Papandreou , of Corfu's contribution to Education in Greece , as the seat of the first Greek university in modern times, [] the Ionian Academy.

    The university opened its doors to students in and today comprises three Schools and six Departments offering undergraduate and post-graduate degree programmes and summer schools.

    In the modern era, beginning with its massive student protests during World War II against fascist occupation, and continuing in the fight against the dictatorship of Georgios Papadopoulos — , students in Corfu have played a vanguard role in protesting for freedom and democracy in Greece, against both internal and external oppression.

    For Corfiotes a recent example of such heroism is that of geology student Kostas Georgakis , who set himself ablaze in Genoa , Italy on 19 September , in a protest against the Greek military junta of Corfu has a long musical, theatrical, and operatic tradition.

    The operas performed in Corfu were at par with their European counterparts. The phrase "applaudito in Corfu" applauded in Corfu was a measure of high accolade for an opera performed on the island.

    The most notable of Corfu's museums and libraries are located in the city; these include: []. It is believed by the faithful that on its way from the island the plague scratched one of the fortification stones of the old citadel to indicate its fury at being expelled; to St.

    Spyridon is also attributed the role of saving the island at the second great siege of Corfu in Spyridon approaching Ottoman forces bearing a flaming torch in one hand and a cross in the other caused panic.

    Venice honoured von der Schulenburg and the Corfiots for successfully defending the island. Recognizing St.

    Corfu was the capital city of a Venetian protectorate and it benefited from a unique musical and theatrical heritage. Then in the 19th century, as a British Protectorate , Corfu developed a musical heritage of its own and which constitutes the nucleus of modern Greek musical history.

    Until the early 18th century, musical life took place in city and village squares, with performances of straight or musical comedies — known as Momaries or Bobaries.

    From , Corfu became the possessor of the first theatre in post Greece. The island was also the center of the Ionian School of music , the musical production of a group of Heptanesian composers, whose heyday was from the early 19th century till approximately the s.

    It was the first school of classical music in Greece and it was a heavy influence for the later Greek music scene, after the independence.

    Corfu's Philharmonic Societies provide free instruction in music, and continue to attract young recruits.

    There are nineteen such marching wind bands throughout the island. Corfu city is home to the three most prestigious bands — in order of seniority:.

    All three maintain two major bands each, the main marching bands that can field up to musicians on grand occasions, and the strong student bandinas meant for lighter fare and on-the-job training.

    Since the early s a music department has been established at the Ionian University. Aside from its academic activities, concerts in Corfu and abroad, and musicological research in the field of Neo-Hellenic Music, the Department organizes an international music academy every summer, which gathers together both international students and professors specialising in brass , strings , singing, jazz and musicology.

    Under Venetian rule , the Corfiotes developed a fervent appreciation of Italian opera, which was the real source of the extraordinary given conditions in the mainland of Greece musical development of the island during this era.

    The first opera to be performed in the San Giacomo was in " Gerone , tiranno di Siracusa " , [] and for almost two hundred years, between and , nearly every major opera from the Italian tradition, as well as many others from Greek and French composers, were performed on the stage of the San Giacomo; this tradition continues to be reflected in Corfiote operatic history, a fixture in famous opera singers' itineraries.

    It was destroyed during a Luftwaffe aerial bombardment in During its year history it was one of the premier theatres and opera houses in Greece , and as the first theatre in Southeastern Europe, [] it contributed to the Arts and to the history of the Balkans and of Europe.

    On Good Friday , from the early afternoon onward, the bands of the three Philharmonic Societies, separated into squads, accompany the Epitaph processions of the city churches.

    Late in the afternoon, the squads come together to form one band in order to accompany the Epitaph procession of the cathedral, while the funeral marches that the bands play differ depending on the band; the Old Philharmonic play Albinoni 's Adagio , the Mantzaros play Verdi 's Marcia Funebre from Don Carlo , and the Capodistria play Chopin 's Funeral March and Mariani 's Sventura.

    On Holy Saturday morning, the three city bands again take part in the Epitaph processions of St.

    Spyridon Cathedral in procession with the Saint's relics. This custom dates from the 19th century, when colonial administrators banned the participation of the British garrison band in the traditional Holy Friday funeral cortege.

    The defiant Corfiotes held the litany the following morning, and paraded the relics of St. Spyridon too, so that the administrators would not dare intervene.

    The Venetians were replaced by the French and the French by the British, and both the lyrics and the performance of the march were officially banned.

    The bands, however, defiantly played it on the Eve of Easter, as a token of the resurrection of the nation, and the tradition is honoured to this day.

    Another venerable Corfu tradition is known as the Carnival or Ta Karnavalia. Venetian in origin, festivities include a parade featuring the main attraction of Karnavalos , a rather grotesque figure with a large head and smiling face, leading a diverse procession of colourful floats.

    At night, dance and costume parties are traditional. Corfu is one of the locations in the legend of Simon and Milo, where Simon falls in love temporarily.

    It is the setting of the song Mediterranean Lady by Prozzak. Drake mentions Corfu in a song. Corfiotes have a long history of hospitality to foreign residents and visitors, typified in the 20th century by Gerald Durrell 's childhood reminiscence My Family and Other Animals.

    The north east coast has largely been developed by a few British holiday companies, with large expensive holiday villas.

    At the other end of the island, the southern resort of Kavos also provides tourist facilities. St George South to the west boasts the largest sandy beach on the island coupled with a selection of all-inclusive package hotels and traditional corfiot villas and flats.

    The Korission lake nature reserve also provides a stopover for European birds migrating south. Up until the early 20th century, it was mainly visited by the European royals and elites, including Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany and Empress Elisabeth of Austria ; today it is also widely visited by middle class families primarily from the UK, Scandinavia and Germany.

    With the advent of the jet airliner bringing these groups relatively affordable 'package holidays', Corfu was one of the primary destinations for this new form of mass tourism [] It is still popular with the ultra-wealthy however, and in the island's northeast the homeowners include members of the Rothschild family and Russian oligarchs.

    The small port of Lefkimmi is also to be found at the southernmost tip of the island on Cape Kavos, offering a ferry service to the mainland.

    The Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport , named after Ioannis Kapodistrias , a distinguished Corfiot and European diplomat, and the first governor of the independent Greek state, is located around three kilometres south of Kerkyra, just half a kilometre north of Pontikonisi.

    The approach and landing, in a northeasterly direction, afford passengers spectacular aerial views of Pontikonisi and Vlaheraina Monastery, also taking in the hills of Kanoni , as the runway employed for landing lies a few hundred metres from these spectacular local landmarks.

    The buses to the main places on the island run about six times a day between the city and Glyfada, Sidari, Paleokastritsa, Roda and Acharavi, Lefkimmi, Lefkimmi and Piri.

    Other coaches drive up to twice a day to Athens and Thessaloniki. City buses run through the city to the Airport, Achilleion, Gouvia, Afra, Pelekas and some other places of interest.

    The Diapontia Islands are accessible by boat with regular services from Corfu port and Agios Stefanos Avliotes and by ferry from Corfu city port. Corfu is mostly planted with olive groves and vineyards and has been producing olive oil and wine since antiquity.

    Modern times have seen the introduction of specialist cultivation supported by the mild climate, like the kumquat and bergamot oranges , which are extensively used in making spoon sweets and liqueurs.

    There are three breweries in Corfu and one bed layers factory. The island has again become an important port of call and has a considerable trade in olive oil.

    Venetian arsenal, Gouvia. View of St. George's Temple at the Old Fortress. Statues at the Achilleion terrace.

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Greek island in the Ionian Sea. For other uses, see Corfu disambiguation.

    For other uses, see Corcyra disambiguation. Place in Greece. Pontikonisi background and Vlacherna Monastery foreground seen from the hilltops of Kanoni.

    Location within the region. Further information: Ionian Islands under Venetian rule. Further information: Serbian army's retreat through Albania.

    Further information: Axis occupation of Greece. Main article: Achilleion Corfu. Main article: Corfu city. Main article: Spianada.

    Main article: Palace of St. Main article: Kardaki Temple. Main article: Temple of Artemis, Corfu. Main article: Temple of Hera, Mon Repos.

    Main article: Tomb of Menecrates. Main article: Old Fortress, Corfu. Main article: New Fortress, Corfu. Main article: Angelokastro Corfu.

    Main article: Gardiki Castle, Corfu. Main article: Kassiopi Castle. Main article: Ionian Academy. Main article: Ionian University.

    Main article: Municipal Theatre of Corfu. See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Greece. Lawrence Durrell also lived in Corfu for some years and Lawrence wrote, among several other books on Greece, Prospero's Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra Elisabeth of Bavaria "Sissi" , Empress of Austria, built Achilleion as summer palace Kostas Georgakis , student, martyr of the resistance against the Greek military junta of , born in Corfu Angela Gerekou , actress, singer and politician, born in Corfu, wife of Tolis Voskopoulos Spyridon Gianniotis , Olympic silver medalist in swimming, raised in Corfu with father from Corfu Spyros Gogolos , footballer, born in Corfu Angelos Grammenos , actor Augustinos Kapodistrias , younger brother of Ioannis Kapodistrias, soldier and politician.

    He was born in Corfu. The Reichsgraf successfully defended the island against the Ottoman Turks during the siege of as leader of the Venetian forces in Corfu Spyridon Samaras , composer, born in Corfu Nikolaos Sophianos , humanist and cartographer, born in Corfu Carl Ludwig Sprenger , German botanist, lived in Corfu Theodore Stephanides , poet, author, doctor and naturalist, born in Corfu Georgios Theotokis , former Prime Minister of Greece , born in Corfu Ioannis Theotokis , politician, born in Corfu Nikephoros Theotokis , Greek educator and Russian archbishop, born in Corfu Antonio Vivaldi composer.

    In , on commission by the republic of Venice, created the oratorio Juditha triumphans to commemorate victory over the Turks during the great siege of Chalikiopoulou Lagoon or Lake Chalikiopoulou , south of Corfu town.

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    The Sicilian Vespers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Gypsies. Archibald Constable. Under the Venetians, in the middle ages, and down even to the seventeenth century, Corfu was esteemed the advanced bastion and bulwark of the Christian states, against the Ottoman power, when the Solymans and the Sclims menaced Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.

    For Venice only a single bulwark remained: Corfu. The army that, early in , the Grand Vizir flung against the citadel of Corfu consisted of 30, infantry and some 3, horse.

    Narrative of a Yacht Voyage in the Mediterranean: During — Corfu thus became a strong bulwark against the Turks, whose frequent attacks were successfully repulsed.

    In it was besieged for forty-two days by a formidable Ottoman army and fleet, and several daring attempts were made to storm Some pieces by Castiglione, deserved particular notice, together with the last siege, and the new fortifications of Corfu, which is not only painted on a picture, but curiously modelled in wood.

    Corfu is not only a bulwark to the Venetians, against Venice, Austria, and the Turks in the Seventeenth Century. American Philosophical Society.

    Thus the important stronghold of Corfu was protected according to a dispatch of Antonio Priuli, proveditor generale da Morea would prove to be, for they were bulwarks against the Turks' intrusion into the Adriatic.

    Colburn and co. The Renaissance. MJF Books. Archived from the original on 11 April The Ottomans were a major and expanding presence in Europe, Asia, and Africa.

    The knights, their fortifications strengthened by bastions, resisted assaults and bombardment before accepting Ottoman naval pressure on Europe increased in the Mediterranean, with sieges of Corfu in map 2 and Reggio in Also contains information about the Nazi collaborator mayor Kollas.

    Archived from the original on 17 October The American Journal of International Law. Retrieved 31 July Stanford Law Review.

    Europe Since An Encyclopedia. Soon after a bye-election took place in Corfu in which the widow of the deceased Maria Desilla — Kapodistria, was elected Mayor with 5, votes in a total of 10, She was the first female Mayor in Greece.

    Archived from the original on 2 April Winkes editor , Kerkyra. Artifacts from the Palaiopolis, Providence Röhl Retrieved 4 May After the purchase of the 'Achilleion', Kekule was invited by the Kaiser to go to Corfu to provide advice on the positioning of the Bowman; Peter Kerasiotis 1 March Frommer's Greek Islands.

    Corfu: the garden isle. Murray in association with the Hellenic Group of Companies Ltd. Although subsequently demolished in to allow the passage of a huge German coastal gun beneath, the locality still bears the name "Kaiser's Bridge".

    The remains can still be seen today. Old Corfu: history and culture. The Palace of St. George which had been instituted in to honour distinguished British and local Madden Greenwood Publishing Group.

    Johnson January American Journal of Archaeology. This is the only Greek Doric building that is known to have had no frieze.

    This is nothing but the logical consequence of the tendencies from the early Sicilian temples, where the ties Robertson; Robertson D.

    May Greek and Roman Architecture. Oxford University Press. A second temple, at Kardaki on the east side of Corfu town, was also Doric but had 6 by 12 columns, and its cella had neither false porch nor adyton.

    The columns are widely spaced, and the unusual absence of a triglyph and metope frieze may be explained by the influence of Ionic forms.

    A milestone in Greek architecture, this was the first building that was truly Doric. Many if not all of its Doric characteristics had appeared in earlier structures but here they were used for the first time as an ensemble.

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    Archaeological Museum of Corfu. Classical Press of Wales. The History of World Sculpture. Chartwell Books. This lion was found near the tomb of Menekrates in the necropolis of ancient Kerkyra modern Corfu.

    Menekrates was a Lokrian, the proxenos of the people of Kerkyra, according to a metric inscription on the grave monument.

    Old Corfu: history and culture 3 ed. On a precipitous rocky peak dominating a wide range of coastline around Palaeokastritsa stand the crumbling walls and battlements of the twelfth-century Byzantine Fortress of Angelokastro, not far from the village of Krini.

    Again, during the first great siege of Corfu by the Turks in , Angelocastro successfully resisted attack. About 3, villagers had sought refuge within the fortress to escape the fate of the inhabitants of other parts of the island who were In , when they once more invaded Corfu, the Ottomans again unsuccessfully attacked, Angelocastro, where 4, people had taken refuge.

    During the second great siege of the city by the Ottomans in , Angelokastro once again served as a refuge for the During the course of the centuries Angelocastro played an important part in the defence of the island.

    In a force of Genoese soldiers, under the command of the French condottiere Boucicaut, landed at Palaeokastritsa and attacked Bare-headed as we were, we ran out at once in the gathering evening and the frosty fog.

    The hamlet lay not many hundred yards away, though out of view, on the other side of the next cove; and what greatly encouraged me, it was in an opposite direction from that whence the blind man had made his appearance and whither he had presumably returned.

    We were not many minutes on the road, though we sometimes stopped to lay hold of each other and hearken. But there was no unusual sound—nothing but the low wash of the ripple and the croaking of the inmates of the wood.

    It was already candle-light when we reached the hamlet, and I shall never forget how much I was cheered to see the yellow shine in doors and windows; but that, as it proved, was the best of the help we were likely to get in that quarter.

    For—you would have thought men would have been ashamed of themselves—no soul would consent to return with us to the Admiral Benbow. The more we told of our troubles, the more—man, woman, and child—they clung to the shelter of their houses.

    The name of Captain Flint, though it was strange to me, was well enough known to some there and carried a great weight of terror.

    And the short and the long of the matter was, that while we could get several who were willing enough to ride to Dr. They say cowardice is infectious; but then argument is, on the other hand, a great emboldener; and so when each had said his say, my mother made them a speech.

    Back we will go, the way we came, and small thanks to you big, hulking, chicken-hearted men. Crossley, to bring back our lawful money in.

    Of course I said I would go with my mother, and of course they all cried out at our foolhardiness, but even then not a man would go along with us.

    My heart was beating finely when we two set forth in the cold night upon this dangerous venture. A full moon was beginning to rise and peered redly through the upper edges of the fog, and this increased our haste, for it was plain, before we came forth again, that all would be as bright as day, and our departure exposed to the eyes of any watchers.

    We slipped along the hedges, noiseless and swift, nor did we see or hear anything to increase our terrors, till, to our relief, the door of the Admiral Benbow had closed behind us.

    He lay as we had left him, on his back, with his eyes open and one arm stretched out. I went down on my knees at once.

    On the floor close to his hand there was a little round of paper, blackened on the one side. This sudden noise startled us shockingly; but the news was good, for it was only six.

    I felt in his pockets, one after another. A few small coins, a thimble, and some thread and big needles, a piece of pigtail tobacco bitten away at the end, his gully with the crooked handle, a pocket compass, and a tinder box were all that they contained, and I began to despair.

    Overcoming a strong repugnance, I tore open his shirt at the neck, and there, sure enough, hanging to a bit of tarry string, which I cut with his own gully, we found the key.

    At this triumph we were filled with hope and hurried upstairs without delay to the little room where he had slept so long and where his box had stood since the day of his arrival.

    A strong smell of tobacco and tar rose from the interior, but nothing was to be seen on the top except a suit of very good clothes, carefully brushed and folded.

    They had never been worn, my mother said. Under that, the miscellany began—a quadrant, a tin canikin, several sticks of tobacco, two brace of very handsome pistols, a piece of bar silver, an old Spanish watch and some other trinkets of little value and mostly of foreign make, a pair of compasses mounted with brass, and five or six curious West Indian shells.

    I have often wondered since why he should have carried about these shells with him in his wandering, guilty, and hunted life.

    In the meantime, we had found nothing of any value but the silver and the trinkets, and neither of these were in our way. Underneath there was an old boat-cloak, whitened with sea-salt on many a harbour-bar.

    My mother pulled it up with impatience, and there lay before us, the last things in the chest, a bundle tied up in oilcloth, and looking like papers, and a canvas bag that gave forth, at a touch, the jingle of gold.

    Hold Mrs. The guineas, too, were about the scarcest, and it was with these only that my mother knew how to make her count.

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