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The Greek Island of Corfu in the Ionian Sea is said to be the cradle of tourism in Greece as we know it today. In 1954 former Greek queen Frederica came on a cruise ship to Corfu in company of her royal and aristocrat friends. All of these European kings, queens, princess and princesses were
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It’s assumed that in ancient times Corfu was called Scheria and it was the land of the Phaeacians, who were known as the masters of the sea. In Homer’s book Odyssey the place Scheria is first mentioned as the last destination of the mythical hero Odysseus before he arrived home at his island Ithaca, which
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