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Greece Tourism (Top 30 Countries to visit)


Greece Tourism (Top 30 Countries to visit):-

Positioned on the southern tip of the Balkan Peninsula, Greece situated at the junction of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Greece considered the crib of Western civilization and trend, being the place of birth of Western philosophy, the Olympic Games, democracy, Western literature, historiography, political science, major scientific and mathematical principles, and Western drama. It is formed of numerous islands, 227 of which are inhabited. Crete is the largest and most populous island in the country.

GREECE is talk of the town because of its ancient culture and architectural sites. Tourism makes 18% nation’s G.D.P. Acropolis (Athens) considered as the symbol of Athens and Greece. Another place Santorini, best known for the cliff top towns of Fira and Oia. If you relate yourself with glamour than you must go MykonosIsland, one of the most glamorous islands of world. UNITED NATION WORLD TOURISM ORGANISATION reported an intake of 22.0 million tourists by this year in Greece.

Greek military:-

Greek military has total strength of 367,450, of whom 142,950 are active and 220,500 are reserve. Due to Compulsory military services   for males between the ages of 19 and 45 Greece ranks 15th in the world in the number of citizens serving in the armed forces. Being a member of NATO, the Greek military participates in exercises and operations under the sponsorship of the alliance.

Economically Greece, a developed country with high standards of living and high Human Development Index statistics. Its economy mainly includes the service sector (85.0%) and industry (12.0%), while agriculture shares 3.0% to the national economic output. World Bank statistics says for the year 2013, the economy of Greece is the 43rd largest by nominal gross domestic product at $242 billion and 52nd largest by purchasing power parity (PPP) at $284 billion. As ancient Olympic Games originated in Greece, first recorded in 776 BC in Olympia. Greece hosted the modern Olympic Games twice and also Summer Olympics in 1896 and Summer Olympics in 2004 respectively.

 

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