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the Bronze Age civilization on the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean Sea that flourished 3000-1100 BC

a group of over 200 islands in the southern Aegean

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Partnering with the Libra Group in this investment is the independent investment firm, the Cycladic Group, owned by Dimitri Goulandris and his family.
It is used to establish and date style parameters for Minoan and Cycladic ceramics.
2-magnitude tremor hit south of the Cycladic island of Milos.
According to Greek mythology, it's the birthplace of Apollo and is still one of the most important archaeological sites of the Cycladic islands.
I like to talk of my work through materials," he says, citing as an example the group of graceful seated and reclining life-size male and female nudes, jointed like store mannequins, which feature in an exhibition currently at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.
Celebrating its Greek heritage, the luxury hotel is offering its guests complimentary entrance for two people to six of the top Greek museums, including the Acropolis Museum, the Byzantine Museum, the Museum of Cycladic Art, the Benaki Museum, the Benaki Museum on Piraeus Street and the Museum of Islamic Art.
That's Santorini, the southernmost island of the Cycladic group of islands in Greece.
Mykonos 20 years ago and Mykonos now is the same, the product hasn't changed, while Greece is competing with countries like Turkey and Croatia who have evolved their product," said Diego Iscaro, at IHS Global Insight, referring to the Cycladic destination famous for summer clubbing.
Greece was inhabited as early as the Paleolithic period and by 3000 BC had become home, in the Cycladic Islands, to a culture whose art remains among the most evocative in world history.
For starters, the work evoked LA's ubiquitous car culture (New Yorkers of a certain age still regard as a badge of merit the fact that they do not drive): the obsessive surfaces associated with automotive color, or the mirage brilliance of midday light as it transmutes at sunset along LA's once easily car-accessible beaches and amusing bohemian banlieues, such as Venice or Santa Monica, with their niche-culture, Cycladic surfboards, and buff, beach-boy blonds.
Despite our positive experience in Athens, our visit to the Cycladic island of Santorini did not start well.
The Greeks were anything but prudes," said Nicholaos Stampolidis, director of the Museum of Cycladic Art, where the show will run for six months.
The restaurant has the look and feel of a traditional Cypriot household and a distinct Cycladic feel.
The Museum of Cycladic Art has one of the most representative collections from the Cycladic period and is more compact and manageable than the National Museum.
Private Equity firms - Berggruen Holdings and Cycladic Capital LLP have coinvested as strategic financial partners along with Rajiv Sethi.