Aegina is renowned for its sponge fisheries; local fishermen dive into the Aegean Sea and acquit sponges from the sea for household use.
It is the oldest Greek vocation that still exists and is practiced to this day!
Tourists who visit Greece always remain with a valuable experience with magical memories that they cherish all their lives. Things to do in Aegina would include renting a fishing boat and going on a fishing trip with your loved ones to catch some fresh fish for supper!
The city of Sidon (where Lebanon is situated now) was captured by Jersusalem, Norway and Venice (Siege of Sidon) after the First Crusade in the early 12th century; it took only 47 days for the coastal city of Syria be seized and conquered.