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Teresa Giudice - Luis Ruelas - RHONJ star Teresa Giudice and husband Luis Ruelas share a kiss on their honeymoon in Mykonos - dailymail.co.uk - New Jersey - Greece - city Newark - Athens, Greece
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RHONJ star Teresa Giudice and husband Luis Ruelas share a kiss on their honeymoon in Mykonos
Real Housewives of New Jersey's Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas were seen packing on the PDA at the beach as they enjoyed their honeymoon in Mykonos on Sunday afternoon, just a week after tying the knot.As the newlyweds shared a passionate smooch while gazing at the beautiful, crystal clear water with their feet in the white sand, the 50-year-old reality star showcased her incredibly toned figure in a baby blue string bikini.She accessorized her sexy swimsuit with a matching coverup and sunglasses, while her hunky spouse, 46, opted to coordinate outfits by rocking a pair of board shorts in the same hue.  Happy in love: Real Housewives of New Jersey 's Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas were seen packing on the PDA at the beach as they enjoyed their honeymoon in Mykonos on Sunday afternoon, just a week after tying the knotThe mother-of-four was the picture of relaxation as she frolicked on the beach holding hands with Ruelas, who couldn't keep his hands off his wife as he planted a sweet kiss on the side of her head. At one point, the TV personality was seen frolicking on shore as she flashed a cheerful smile at her man as her waist-length, wavy locks cascaded freely down her back.The duo's latest sighting comes after a source informs DailyMail.com that the lovebirds were spotted at Newark airport on Thursday catching a plane to Athens, Greece, following their nuptials.
Teresa Giudice - Luis Ruelas - Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas are spending their honeymoon in Greece... where he proposed - dailymail.co.uk - New Jersey - county Garden - Greece - city Newark - county Brunswick - Athens, Greece
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Teresa Giudice and Luis Ruelas are spending their honeymoon in Greece... where he proposed
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas are planning to spend their honeymoon in Greece, where he proposed in October.A source informs DailyMail.com that the lovebirds, who wed on Saturday, were spotted at Newark airport on Thursday catching a plane to Athens, Greece, following their nuptials.  'It's a very special place for them, and they're looking forward to celebrating their love for one another after the big bash,' the source explained.   Getaway: Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her new husband Luis Ruelas are reportedly spending their honeymoon in Greece, where he proposed in OctoberThe destination is where the 50-year-old TV personality accepted her man's proposal under a firework-lit night sky after a year of dating as a single violinist played nearby.  On Saturday, DailyMail.com was there to witness the Real Housewife of New Jersey and queen of reality TV - appropriately wearing a crown and dripping with jewelry - as she nervously held a piece of card from which she read the vows she had written herself. Giudice and Ruelas, 46, tied the knot Saturday at the Park Chateau Estate & Gardens in East Brunswick, New Jersey in front of 220 guests.  Jetting off: A source told DailyMail.com that the lovebirds, who wed over the weekend in East Brunswick, New Jersey, were spotted at Newark airport on Thursday catching a plane to Athens, Greece, following their nuptials 'It's a very special place for them, and they're looking forward to celebrating their love for one another after the big bash,' the source explained The New Jersey housewife walked down the aisle to Ave Maria in honor of her late parents.Her daughters - Gia, 21, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 16 and
After string of adventures, ancient gold ring back in Greece - abcnews.go.com - Sweden - Italy - city Stockholm - Greece - Hungary - Athens, Greece
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After string of adventures, ancient gold ring back in Greece
ATHENS, Greece -- A more than 3,000-year-old gold signet ring that was stolen from an Aegean island in World War II, crossed the Atlantic, was bought by a Nobel Prize-winning Hungarian scientist and ended up in a Swedish museum has found its way back to Greece.It was the latest in a series of coups by Greek authorities seeking the return of works plundered from the antiquities-rich country — even though an initial effort by the Swedish museum to return the ring apparently fell between the cracks of 1970s bureaucracy.The Greek culture ministry said Friday that the gold Mycenaean-era work from Rhodes, decorated with two facing sphinxes, was willingly returned by Swedish officials who provided full assistance with documenting the artifact and its provenance.Greek experts confirmed the identification, and the piece was handed over in Stockholm by Vidar Helgesen, executive director of the Nobel Foundation, to which the ring had been bequeathed by the Hungarian biophysicist. The foundation, which presents annual awards for outstanding achievement in several fields, had given it to the Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities in Stockholm.Greek Culture Minister Lina Mendoni thanked the Nobel Foundation and Swedish authorities for the repatriation, saying it “shows their respect for modern Greece and our constant efforts to fight the illegal trafficking of cultural goods.”The ring, which would have been a status symbol for a local nobleman in the 3rd millennium B.C., was discovered in 1927 by Italian archaeologists in a Mycenaean grave near the ancient city of Ialysos on Rhodes.
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