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Top DJ Charlotte de Witte Performs at Ancient Messene By Anna Wichmann February 28, 2021

Belgian DJ Charlotte de Witte played the set of her life on Thursday after she performed her famed techno beats at the majestic archaeological site of Ancient Messene in Greece. With the setting sun, Peloponnesian countryside, and ancient stadium as a backdrop, de Witte blasted the dark, minimal house music for which the prominent female …

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The History and Tradition of the Greek Dance Zeibekiko By Philip Chrysopoulos March 2, 2021

It is difficult to dance the zeibekiko, mainly because it has no set steps, no particular rhythm. It requires an inner intensity, because it is an improvised movement that expresses the feelings of the individual who gets up to dance. And they are mainly feelings of defeat, of sadness, life’s despair and unfulfilled dreams, the …

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Coronavirus Cases Surge in Greece with 2,353 on Tuesday By Anna Wichmann March 2, 2021

The number of coronavirus cases surged today in Greece, as a total of 2,353 cases of the virus were diagnosed across the country on Tuesday alone — the highest number of daily cases recorded in Greece in 2021. The figure represents 1,177 more instances of Covid-19 than the 1,176 total cases that were recorded in …

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Alexandros Ypsilantis: The Greek Hero Who Sparked the War of Independence By Philip Chrysopoulos February 22, 2021

Well before March 25, 1821 and the breaking out of the Greek War of Independence, Alexandros Ypsilantis had already decided that the first blow against the Ottoman Empire should be outside Greece. A founding member of Filiki Eteria, Ypsilantis had made a general plan for the uprising, which was revised in May of 1820 in …

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EasyJet Says Early Travel Bookings Already up 600% By Patricia Claus February 23, 2021

The British airline EasyJet stated on Tuesday that bookings for flights increased by more than 300% and vacation reservations grew by over 600% on a weekly basis after Great Britain announced plans to resume international travel once again. According to the travel giant, the Greek island of Crete is among the most popular destinations among …

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Which stores will be open on Saturday in Attica and Thessaloniki – How will the market work Traffic ban from 18:00 in Athens, Thessaloniki and Halkidiki on weekends

Which stores will be open on Saturday in Attica and Thessaloniki – How will the market work Traffic ban from 18:00 in Athens, Thessaloniki and Halkidiki on weekends – Only supermarkets, gas stations, bakeries, pharmacies and food stores open in Attica, Thessaloniki, Halkidiki – How will schools across the country operate from Monday With closed …

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Greeks turn to apps Signal and Telegram in droves, after WhatsApp change in terms of services

Greeks turn to apps Signal and Telegram in droves, after WhatsApp change in terms of services Author: Thema Newsroom | Published: January 26, 2021 The data covered the period of the first half of January Related Stories Rumble sues Google Fastest Brand Growth in 2020 (infographic) Greeks are following the global trend of online users …

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Man arrested in Piraeus with 37 ancient coins from the classical and Roman era

Man arrested in Piraeus with 37 ancient coins from the classical and Roman era Author: Thema Newsroom | Published: January 27, 2021 The suspect intended to sell the coins in Kalymnos Related Stories Hidden Masonic links to the legendary treasure of Oak island Lost city of Alexander the Great is found in Iraq using US …

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The next generation of big metro and railway projects to be prepared by external consultant

The next generation of big metro and railway projects to be prepared by external consultants Author: Thema Newsroom | Published: January 26, 2021 A first tender of about 24 million euros (excluding VAT), for the recruitment of a consultant, is being prepared by ERGOSE Related Stories Fraport Greece: The 14 regional airports are ready for …

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Europe: Rape victims accused of racism?

Europe: Rape victims accused of racism? Author: Thema Newsroom | Published: January 23, 2021 “Blame the victim” is back with a vengeance and gaining ground throughout the West Related Stories “You are Finished!”: Turkey’s growing war on Christians France’s No-Go Zones: The Riots Return The terrorists migrating into Europe An increasingly popular idea is that …