Crete, Greece’s largest and most populous island, captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission.
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In classical Greek mythology, the island of Crete was home to King Minos and the terrible Minotaur, a beast that was half man and half
The photo above shows an old, twisted Turkish pine (Pinus brutia) on the Greek island of Crete. It was taken in the White Mountains (Lefka
Museum scientists have identified the smallest mammoth ever known. Just over a metre high, it once lived on the island of Crete. Throughout evolution when
Rough axes and other tools thought to be between 130,000 and 700,000 years old were found close to shelters near the village of Plakias on
The Recycled Ocean Plastic Resort, an off-coast floating hotel created by the massive amounts of plastic in the ocean.
Nautilus Eco-Resort in Philippines, promising ‘zero-emissions, zero-waste and zero-poverty.’
In this satellite image you can see the sunglint phenomenon on the Aegean and Mediterranean, in Greece.
This image by new Sentinel-3A satellite, takes us over the (red) River Nile and Delta and the surrounding desert areas of northeast Africa and parts
At satellite imagery or astronaut photography, you have probably noticed bright patches of sunlight that can make certain bodies of water gleam with unusual color.