With 150 colour photographs by D. Talianis.
Texts by Yannis Rouskas, English translation by Cox and Solman.
The rivers widen the plains, make the seas shallow, and, in their perpetual motion, define Greek history.
The Greek rivers flow through high mountains, serene plains, stretches of arable land, riparian forests and even cities. We follow them on their course, and we observe man's efforts to tame them.
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