Aegea-kai wo Wataru Hana-tachi
Flowers crossing the Aegean Sea
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Aegea-kai wo Wataru Hana-tachi

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English: Flowers crossing the Aegean Sea
Japanese: エーゲ海を渡る花たち


Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 15
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 22, 2018 to Feb 12, 2020
Genres: AdventureAdventure, HistoricalHistorical
Authors: Akame (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Meteor


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Ranked: #260332
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Members: 133
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It is the mid 15th century in the Italian town of Ferrara. Lisa dreams of traveling the world, when she meets a girl from Qirm (now Crimea) named Olha. Olha wishes to travel to the island of Crete and then return to Qirm in order to search for her missing sister. Upon hearing this, Lisa asks to travel with her, and their journey begins.

(Source: Flex Comix, translated)


Aegea-kai wo Wataru Hana-tachi was published in French by Komikku Éditions as Les fleurs de la mer Egée since February 27, 2020.


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Dec 24, 2020
GVA12Crayonz (All reviews)
Aegea-kai wo Wataru Hana-tachi, which I read in its French translation Les Fleurs de la Mer Egée is a historical travel adventure set in the mid 15th Century. I've greatly enjoyed reading this series which ended in three volumes, first owing to its historical setting in a period and areas that I've been very interested in for a long time. It is nearly contemporary in its setting with two other historical series that I enjoy, Divci Valka and Arte.

The story is very much all public and is suitable for younger readers. It can be both an introduction to the historical period and to the areas read more

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