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New Music Video Showcases Stunning Beauty of Greece’s Meteora

A marvelous music video was filmed a few days before the second national lockdown in Greece’s Meteora, to become the country’s first entry to a global cultural digital map named ”O-city”, currently under development by 13 organizations and universities of Europe.

According to the local website, this interactive map aims to become a useful tool for those who wish to learn more about the history of certain cultural sites, by being able to get a fully digitized tour of these monuments.

The video in Meteora was produced by volunteers, who were assisted by the Regional Governor of Thessaly Costas Agorastos.

The production’s director was Pascal Mantis, while Eleni Xydia was the pianist.

The production team also included cameramen Johnny Brami, Theodoros Goutzamanis, Angelos Kastoris, and Antonis Sotiriou, editors Johnny Brami, and Elias Mantis, who was also the producer.

The towering cliffs in Meteora, where the video was shot, topped by age-old monasteries, are a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the country’s key tourist attractions.

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