songs

Songs about Monemvasia:

songsAt the Castles of Monemvasia by Julie Ziavras from the Album Julie Ziavras Sings Simply Mavroudis

songsBredvid Havet (Monemvasia - Pisciotta) by Petter Brundell Fågel Roc from the Album Roc Guitar Solo

songsFlower Of Monemvasia by Sonia Theodoridou & Janis Vakarelis from the Album Yannis Constantinidis

songsFlower of Monemvasia (Louloudi Tis Monemvasia) by Andreas Andriopoulos from the Album The Greek Traditional Music Collection

songsLaloudi tis Monemvasias [Castle of Monemvasia] by Yorghos Zachos from the Album The Best Greek Folk Songs / Folk musical tradition of mainland Greece

songsLouloudi tis Monemvasias by Maria Papadopoulou from the Album Maria Papadopoulou, No. 2 Gkalmani

songsLouloudi tis Monemvasias by Andreas Andriopoulos from the Album In The Village's Feast

books

Books about Monemvasia:

booksThe Peloponnese: including Corinth, Olympia, Sparta, the Mani, Sikyon, Nemea, Monemvasia, Nafplion, Mycenae, Epidaurus... by Blue Guides (Dec 20, 2012)

booksMonemvasia: A Byzantine City State by Haris A. Kalligas (Dec 13, 2013)

booksMonemvasia: The Town and Its History by Rainer W. Klaus, Ulrich Steinmüller and Lawrence P. Buck (1998)

booksThe Peloponnese Rough Guides Snapshot Greece (includes Corinth, The Argolid, Mycenae, Argos, Nafplio, Epidaurus... (Nov 1, 2012)

booksMonemvasia by Anonymous (1986)

booksMonemvasia by Kostas S.P. Mentis (Apr 1, 2006)

booksMonemvasia - Maleas - Elafonisos anavasi: Griechenland Attika by Anavasi published by Anavasi (2009) (0100)

wiki

Wiki information Monemvasia:

Monemvasia
City/Town/Village, Location, Statistical region, Administrative Division, Dated location

Monemvasia is a town and a municipality in Laconia, Greece. The town is located on a small island off the east coast of the Peloponnese. The island is linked to the mainland by a short causeway 200m in length. Its area consists mostly of a large...

Chronicle of Monemvasia
Written Work

The Chronicle of Monemvasia is a medieval text of which four versions, all written in medieval Greek, are extant. The author of the account is currently unknown. The Chronicle, specifically the version from the Iberikon monastery, narrates the events...