Odysseus' Ithaca: The Riddle Solved

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Nikolas G Livadas, 2000 - Civilization, Homeric - 367 pages
This is a book based on research. It is an invaluable companion and guide that will take you to all the sites Homer describes in The Odyssey. You can follow the footsteps of Odysseus on your walks around Cephallenia. You should visit: The ruins of Odysseus' palace on Crikellos hill near the Livadi village on the PalIis peninsula and enjoy the incomparable landscape of Homeric Ithaca. The leeward harbour of Phorcys and the Arethousa spring at Atheras. All the historical sites of Homeric Ithaca described by Homer. Your experience will be unique and your visit memorable having lived in reality Odysseus' sweetest homeland, virtually unchanged since the days of Odysseus, Penelope and Telemachus.

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