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  Corfu Travel Guide, Corfu Greece
Corfu is no exception and has many varied beaches for you to choose from and enjoy.
Corfu island boasts Mount Pantokrator, which is over 1000 meters high, offering breathtaking views across to the Island of Paxos.
The Corfu Travel Guide and Kefalonia Travel Guides are brought to you by Taverna Agni and Agni Travel.
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Corfu as capital and residence of the governor.
Corfu is situated on the eastern coast and boasts of a broad and
Corfu has also been a Catholic archiepiscopal see.
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  Corfu: History
From 395 to 1267 Corfu was part of the Byzantine Empire and frequent raids by the Goths, Vandals and Saracens caused the inhabitants to move to the high places of the city which could be easily defended.
Corfu was attacked frequently by the Genovese and of course by the Turks.
Corfu was bombed by the Italians in 1923 and again during World War II and was bombed and occupied by the Germans until the war's end.
www.greecetravel.com /corfu/history.html   (1431 words)

  Corfu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The town of Corfu stands on the broad part of a peninsula, whose termination in the Venetian citadel (Παλαιό Φρούριο in Greek) is cut from it by an artificial fosse formed in a natural gully, with a salt-water ditch at the bottom, that serves also as a type of marina.
Corfu Town is famous for its Italianate architecture, most notably the Liston, an arched colonnade lined with cafes on the edge of the Spianada (Esplanade), the vast main plaza and park which incorporates a cricket field and several pavilions.
Corfu was also used by the BBC to shoot both a TV series (1987) and a movie (2005) version of Gerald Durrell's book "My Family and Other Animals", based on his childhood experiences in Corfu in the late 1930's.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Corfu   (5457 words)

 Corfu Prefecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Corfu (Greek: Κέρκυρα - Kérkyra) is a prefecture of Greece.
It consists of the islands of Corfu, Paxoi, Othonoi and several smaller islands, all in the Ionian Sea.
The capital of the prefecture is Corfu Town.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Corfu_Prefecture   (98 words)

 Corfu Kerkira island sailing and yacht charter guide - yacht charters corfu
Corfu (Kerkira) is the most important and most northerly of the Ionian Islands and is situated only 1 nm off the coast of Albania and the Greek region of Epirus.
From 1386 to 1797 Corfu was held by Venice, thereafter it was briefly part of the Napoleonic empire; and in 1815, together with the rest of the Ionian islands, it was assigned to Britain.
Corfu (Kerkira), is beautifully situated on a promontory on the east coast, dominated by the Neo Frourio (New Fortress).
www.sailingissues.com /greekislands/corfu.html   (697 words)

 CLIA - Cruise Line International Association
Today, the 100,000 citizens of Corfu offer their land to tourists at a high price, but anyone who has been to the island would argue that it is well worth it.
Corfu town is a more sophisticated place where the emphasis falls on history as well as Greek, Italian and French culture.
Corfu's mainland interior is a quieter, lesser-known haven of villages, vegetation, and agriculture.
www.cruising.org /planyourcruise/wwdest/overview.cfm?recordID=115   (331 words)

 Corfu - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Corfu
Its largest town is the port of Corfu (Kérkyra), population (2003 est) 36,900.
Identified with Scheria, the island of the Phaeacians in Homer's Odyssey, Corfu was settled by Corinthian colonists c.
Held by a series of foreign powers, most notably for over four centuries by the Venetian republic, Corfu was ceded to Greece by the British in 1864.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Corfu   (234 words)

I always remembered Corfu as a beautiful island full of green hills and azure seashores, with water so cool it made the hottest sun rays bearable in midsummer.
Corfu is a large island by Greek standards, and we barely had time to skim over the lush surface of the treats it had to offer.
Corfu is a gem of an island, and its beauty was evident in every place we visited.
www.greeklandscapes.com /greece/corfu.html   (1042 words)

Corfu has daily flights to and from Athens, with 3-4 flights in the summer and two in the winter.
The prefecture of Corfu (Kerkyra) is situated in the Ionion Sea at 19`22E and 20`06E lat.
It includes the island of Corfu, the islands of Paxos, Antipaxos and their smaller islets Discalia, Panayia and Exolithro all of which are found to the south of Corfu whilst the outlying islands, Othoni, Ericousa and Mathraki are situated to the northwest.
www.lsh.gr /CorfuGolfVillas/Corfu.htm   (843 words)

 First World War.com - Encyclopedia - The Corfu Declaration
With the Allied nations pitted against Austria-Hungary, a key member of the Central Powers alliance, blessing was given by Britain and France to the proposition of the Yugoslav Committee to carve out a new country from the ruins of a beaten post-war Austria-Hungary, based upon the principle of national self-determination.
Chiefly responsible for devising the Corfu Declaration was the Serbian Prime Minister Nikola Pasic and the Croatian exile Ante Trumbic.
Under pressure, Pasic compromised with the agreement of the Corfu Declaration of July 1917, although he subsequently worked behind the scenes in an attempt to discredit the Yugoslav Committee, fearful that the Allied governments would regard the Committee as the rightful government in exile once the war was over.
www.firstworldwar.com /atoz/corfudeclaration.htm   (347 words)

 Jaja's pictures from Corfu
Corfu is one of the Greek islands, and is called Kerkyra as well.
Corfu is located in the western part of Greece, close to the Albanian border.
Paxos is a small island to the south from Corfu.
staff.utia.cas.cz /jaja/corfu/corfu.html   (1028 words)

 Corfu: Introduction
The island of Corfu in the northwestern corner of Greece is the greenest and in the eyes of many, the most beautiful island in the country, if not the world.
Some of the most amazing beaches in the world are in Corfu and though tourism has completely taken over most of the coastal areas, the mountain villages are as unspoiled as the most remote in Greece.
Corfu's six-month olive season is the longest of any island in Greece and lush vineyards cover the island.
greecetravel.com /corfu   (378 words)

 Cheap Corfu holidays from bargainholidays.com - More holiday than you bargained for
Corfu, the northernmost island of Western Greece, is an enjoyable mix of traditional Greek lifestyle and an internationally famous resort island.
This resort is located on the edge of Corfu Town, with a nice atmosphere suitable for families.
Kalami is a peaceful fishing village which is situated on the north eastern coast of Corfu and is a great place for getting away.
www.bargainholidays.com /corfu/corfu_holidays.html   (649 words)

On account of its great strategic importance Corfu was subjected to attacks by the Turks who had established themselves on the mainland opposite the island.
During the wars between Venice and Turkey the Corfiots fought by the side of the Venetians at Parga and at Butrinto in 1454 and at the Isthmus of Corinth and at Patras in 1462.
The period stretching from the second half of the seventeenth century to the 1720s was marked by an attempt at a radical reformation of the defensive structure of the island.
members.tripod.com /romeartlover/Corfu.html   (1513 words)

 Corfu Hotels Greece - Holidays in Corfu, Hotel & Travel Guide, (Korfu, Kerkyra)
Corfu (Kerkyra) is unlike any other Greek Island, as it is characterized by features that originated from Venetian, French and British cultures, all of which have fused together and formed a land that transports you to the past.
Corfu (Kerkyra) is a very popular vacation destination, known for its cosmopolitan style and finesse.
Entertainment is one of Corfu's main attractions, as it possesses thousands of gourmet restaurants and traditional tavernas, as well as an abundance of clubs, bars and live music halls.
www.greece-corfu-hotels.com   (357 words)

 Hotels in Corfu, Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The apartments Kassiopi Bay are situated on the beautiful small picturesque village Kassiopi, Northeast of Corfu island in Greece, 35 kilometers from Corfu Town and the airport.
Hotel Bretagne, just 1 km from the center of Corfu town and easily accessible to all sightseeings of both the northern and southern part of Coprfu Island, is ideally situated for business and leisure...
Corfu Holiday Palace situated on one of the most known cosmopolitan islands of Greece, the island of Corfu invites you to discover its hidden treasures, a white sand beach, crystal clear Mediterranean...
www.bookings.ie /city/gr/corfu.html?aid=302078;label=hotel-england   (260 words)

 Corfu Declaration: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Corfu Declaration is the agreement that made the creation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia Kingdom of Yugoslavia quick summary:
Corfu (ancient and modern greek, kerkyra, latin corcyra) is an island of greece, in the ionian sea, off...
The two chiefly responsible for devising the wording of the Corfu Declaration were the Serbian Prime Minister Nikola Pasic[For more info, click on this link] and the Croatian exile Ante Trumbic[For more, click on this link], EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/co/corfu_declaration.htm   (1044 words)

 Corfu Greece | tourist travel guide to the Greek island Corfu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Corfu's long-distance footpath is said to meet all the expectations of the first hikers from the UK.
Corfu is the most northern island of Greece and has a unique weather pattern.
Corfu itself has two bus services - Blue Bus which serves Corfu Town and the surrounding area and KTEL (Green Bus) for routes to many resorts and villages on the island and several cities and towns on the mainland.
www.greekisland.co.uk /corfu/corfu.htm   (8382 words)

 Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress: The Jews of Corfu
Three Corfu ketuboth are among the treasures of the Hebraic Section.
Corfu ketuboth are distinguished for using double dating, the year since creation and the year since the destruction of the Temple.
The third Corfu ketubah, written in 1874 for the wedding of Joshua Raphael Eliasoff and Hannah Belleli, is framed by full wine-colored drapes.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/loc/Corfu.html   (875 words)

 Corfu : Introduction | Frommers.com
There's Corfu the coast, Corfu the town, and Corfu the island, and they don't necessarily appeal to the same vacationers.
Corfu the coast lures those who want to escape civilization and head for the water -- whether an undeveloped little beach, with a simple taverna and some rooms to rent, or a spectacular resort.
Finally, there's a third and little-known Corfu, the interior with its lush vegetation and gentle slopes, modest villages and farms, and countless olive and fruit trees.
www.frommers.com /destinations/corfu/1675010001.html   (252 words)

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All three books are set on the enchanted island of Corfu in the 1930s, and tell the story of the eccentic English family who moved there.
For Gerald, the budding zoologist, Corfu was a natural paradise, teeming with strange birds and beasts that he could collect, watch and care for.
For the passionate zoologist, Corfu was a natural paradise, teeming with strange birds and beasts that he could collect, watch and care for.But life was not without its problems - Gerald's family often objected to his animal-collecting activities, especially when the beasts wound up in the family's villa or - even worse - the fridge.
www.play.com /Books/Books/PROD/3-/1001585/The_Corfu_Trilogy/Product.html   (305 words)

 Property to buy in Corfu (Kerkyra), Greece
Located in the south of Corfu, on the outskirts of the quiet village of Neohori.
Corfu property for sale — a 2-3 bedroom villa for sale with private swimming pool in Mega Lithari, north west Corfu.
This part of Corfu is still very unspoilt, and the properties are in an excellent location with fantastic views.
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 Corfu travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Corfu or Kerkyra in Greek is one of the Ionian Islands in Greece.
Corfu was a British protectorate and gingerbeer is one of the british style drinks that the locals adopted with enthusiasm.
Corfu makes a good start for a tour of the Ionian Islands, including Kefallinia, Levkas, and Zakynthos.
wikitravel.org /en/Corfu   (333 words)

 Corfu Bars: Information about bars in Corfu island
B52 is one of the Corfu bars for all the party-people of the world.
By the beach of Ipsos, one of the most cosmopolitan Corfu bars, you will find a shop tastefully decorated.The owner's personal care and taste have created an area where visitors can combine several activities according to their mood.
We promise you to be spoilt by the choice of our international reputation of excellent home made food (served daily from 11am till 8.30pm in the lounge, outside, or in our terrace) as well as the very best of night entertainment all combined with friendly staff.
www.corfu-island.biz /corfu-bars.htm   (424 words)

 EnviroLink Forum :: View topic - Hi from Corfu
Based in Corfu, Greece, Corfu Symposio is a non-profit company which has just been set up to organise events, conferences, seminars, exhibitions etc to promote the 3 core themes of Sustainable Development, Cultural Diversity and Conditions for Peace.
At the moment we are in the process of setting up our website, but already have a fundraising website up and running - www.corfu-earthsupport.com - where people and companies can purchase blocks and increase traffic to their website whilst also showing that they support these themes.
Money generated from the website will be used to fund the work of Corfu Symposio and will also be made available to other groups supporting one or more of the themes, who would otherwise have difficulty in obtaining funds.
www.envirolink.org /forum/viewtopic.php?t=3422&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=   (420 words)

 Toxic fumes killed UK children in Corfu - Breaking News - World - Breaking News
Two British children found dead in a Corfu hotel room earlier this week died of carbon monoxide poisoning, a Greek coroner said.
Neil Shepherd, his children Christianne, 7, and Robert, 6, and his partner Ruth Beatson, from West Yorkshire, were found in their bungalow on Thursday by a maid at the four-star beachfront hotel on the Ionian Sea island, popular with British tourists.
Shepherd and Beatson were rushed to hospital in Corfu and remained there after coming out of a coma.
www.smh.com.au /news/World/Toxic-fumes-killed-UK-children-in-Corfu/2006/10/29/1162056852621.html   (420 words)

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