Category " Kazavition "

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The essence of an ancient village habitat, to be preserved on Thassos Island in the Northern Aegean Sea

Die Platanen von Kazaviti

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 26.06.2011 at 12:19

  Im Aufbau – Bilder und Text   Nicht einmal die altehrwürdigen Platanen  am Portal zur Schlucht von Kazaviti vermögen wir gegen Vandalismus zu beschützen – vor Einwohnern des Dorfes die sich „Naturschützer“ nennen. Angeblich war dieser Baum tot – Brennholz. So wäre es ein Naturwunder, dass er wieder lebendig geworden ist und neu austreibt…Die […]

Kätzchengeschichten aus Kazaviti

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 16.10.2010 at 20:55

Das große Katzenelend Das Dorf Kazaviti auf der Insel Thassos im Norden der Ägäis wird im Herbst fast gänzlich verlassen. Einheimische und Sommergäste lassen dann mehr oder weniger bedenkenlos all die vielen Katzen ohne Versorgung zurück (photo # 17). Es beginnt ein unerträgliches, doch kaum beachtetes Martyrium, Die Tiere hungern nicht nur, es breiten sich […]

The dilemma of rural architecture – part III (Greece)

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 05.10.2010 at 19:24

– with emphasis on Kazaviti village, Thassos Island Note also articles/parts I (Introduction/general); II (New Guinea – Melanesia) and IV (Bavaria) All pictures and captions on page 5 The schizofrenic situation in Greece is characterized by the overwhelming power of urban life style on the one hand side, and close affinity of town people to […]

Agro-historical Park of Kazaviti on Thassos

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 25.06.2010 at 10:59

A sustainable way to make optimum use of the natural and cultural assets in the environment of the village and to preserve these ancient landscapes as a treasured heritage for the lasting benefit of future generations. The Organizers: The non – profit making society KALLIERGIA with seat in Kazaviti, in close collaboration with the Dimos […]

The Dilemma of rural architecture

From Thomas Schultze-Westrum on 23.06.2010 at 12:43

Under construction! Part I – Introduction/general: Village architecture was strictly traditional like all forms of life on the small community level. Much older than urban architecture, but now totally dominated by that. Urbanized people now design rural “traditional” buildings pseudo and suburban rather than rural in their genuine communal context. Cf. three more articles/examples: New […]