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Remembering the 200th Anniversary of the 1821 Greek Revolution: Ibrahim Pasha and Mystra

Greek songs remember Ibrahim Pasha in a negative way. I did not realize who he was and what he almost accomplished. The online encyclopedia...

A Divided Greek Genocide Sows the Seeds of Greece’s Death Warrant as a Modern State

In Memory of the Greek Populations of Eastern Thrace, Asia Minor, and beyond! By Marcus A. Templar  More than 100 years ago, innocent Greeks were killed...

Electra Art exhibition happening in Naousa, Greece

In the Heroic city of Naousa, Greece, in the "Naias" hall at "Christos Lanaras" Cultural Facilities from 13 to 18 July, the solo art...

Remembering 200th Greek Revolution Anniversary: Missolonghi

Lord Gordon Byron died during the second siege of Missolonghi. The Ottomans with allies came back a 3rd time. The fighters knew all was lost...

Memories of Greece: Portara of Naxos

A spectacular Greek Gateway on a hill impresses the traveler to Naxos. I was on a local ferry, admiring the clear sea waters. I...

Public Health Challenges in Greece and U.S.

There’s still time to RSVP for the Thursday and Friday sessions of “Public Health Challenges in Greece and U.S.” RSVP HERE Join the Rutgers School of...

The 1821 Greek Revolution Battle of Levithi: Beginning of Liberation of Peloponnese

Levithi is a picturesque town situated on the northeastern slope of the Mainalon mountains. Tourist buses come to enjoy the landscape and traditional food. No one...

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Festival Begins New York State’s New Normal

Vaccinated persons can go unmasked into premises without capacity limitations, except for social distancing. New York State dropped most restrictions on Wednesday, May 19th....

Μύθοι του Αισώπου: Πατέρας, Γιός και Γά’ι’δαρος

Νεοελληνική – Ελεύθερη Απόδοση/Διασκευή Πατέρας, Γιός και Γά’ι’δαρος Ένας αγρότης μαζί με τον νεαρό γιο του πήγαν να κλαδέψουν τον αμπελώνα τους. Στήν συνέχεια, έκοψαν...

American Meddling in Greece

By: Evaggelos Vallianatos, Ph.D. Prologue Hellas / Greece had the good fortune of becoming the lighthouse of the world. For several centuries it gave birth to...

A poem by the Late Lili Bita: Our Ancestors

They came with their black kerchiefs tied tightly under their chins. They brought us earthen jars. Sprigs of barley. Their scythes upright above their heads. They entered our hearths. They cackled at our gadgets. They...

The Antikythira Mechanism: The World’s First ‘computer’ Invention by Ancient Greeks

A World Wonder of Scientific Ingenuity and Technological Breakthrough By Dr. Demetrios Giannaros The discovery in 1900 of an ancient cargo shipwreck near the Greek island...

2021 Easter in Earthquake Zone Larissa Greece

Covid-19 Pandemic and earthquakes inspired the Greeks of Larissa, Central Greece to renew their faith in 2021 Easter festivities. A 6.3 magnitude earthquake rocked...

DIADROMES-1821, a new app highlighting stories about the Peloponnese inspired by the Greek War of Independence

50 minus two stories about the Peloponnese inspired by the Greek War of  Independence A free app for locals, travelers and history buffs available below  ​The...

American Statesmen and the 1821 Greek Revolution

“Our race was crucified many times, but here we are, still alive.” – General Theodore Kolokotronis.” 1 What did American statesmen say about the 1821 Greek Revolution?...

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