This baptism took place at the old village of Nikiti – Halkidiki and the reception as well as the «baby portraits» at Vourvourou – Halkidiki.
Some information about Nikiti… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikiti
The old part of Nikiti is located on the hilly area a few hundred meters from the sea, with a church at the highest point of the village. In the 1950s the village started to expand downwards to the coast significantly. In the 1970s the coastal plain was included into plans for village’s development and many new buildings were built there.
The most important economic sector in Nikiti is tourism. Other important economic activities in Nikiti are beekeeping and olive growing.
and about Vourvourou… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vourvourou
In the 10th century, the area was known as the “land of the Vourvourioi“, and was granted to the Xenophontos monastery of Mount Athos. In the 1615, the people of Agios Nikolaos acquired the land, but at the end of the 19th century the monks of Simonopetra monastery sold it to Russian monks, with the result that the latter were forcibly driven away by the local inhabitants.
During the 1960s the teaching staff of the University of Thessaloniki developed a holiday resort in Vourvourou, well known for its environment-friendly design and respect for the natural surroundings. In 1974 excavation at the chapel of Panagia in Vourvourou, uncovered ruins of what is probably the remains of the monastery of Ieromnimon.