What are these men guarding? Why are they dressed so different? Look at their shoes  Presidential Guard, Athens. Tips for things to do in Athens.

The Evzones, or Evzoni, (Greek: Εύζωνες, Εύζωνοι) is the name of the members of the Presidential Guard

#GREEK #FUNNY http://www.google.com/blank.html

I'M NOT YELLING I'M JUST GREEK. Another original poster design created with the Keep Calm-o-matic. Buy this design or create your own original Keep Calm design now.

Commemorating October 28, 1940.

Franklin Roosevelt talking about Greeks.Historic time, fortunately,together with his personal archives proved that his saying stereotype was nothing more than the utmost of political hypocricy

I'm not Greek but I'm supporting Greece through their hard times here.  They were such wonderful people when we were there, I feel so bad they're having a hard time.

I'm not Greek but I'm supporting Greece through their hard times here. They were such wonderful people when we were there, I feel so bad they're having a hard time.

KEEP CALM IN GREEK WATERS

KEEP CALM IN GREEK WATERS. Another original poster design created with the Keep Calm-o-matic. Buy this design or create your own original Keep Calm design now.

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Ελλάδα/Ellatha/Greece-Greek Flags--The Left with the Cross is for Mainland Display & the other with the Stripes for the Sea. Now only the Flag with the Stripes is used

Time for Greek School: Projects and ideas for OXI Day

OXI Day pictures from around our school Images from World War II posters and photographs from the internet printed out and laminated t.

Greekness....   I had to pin this !!!!   It reminded me of what someone once  said to me..... They loved the "Greekness" in me.

I'm Linzi,pictures posted are reflective of my mood at the time. I have epilepsy,so not always online.

Greek Flag! The nine stripes represent the nine syllables of the phrase "Ελευθερία ή Θάνατος" ("Freedom or Death"). The nine stripes are also said to represent the letters of the word "freedom" (Greek: Ελευθερία). The colours are white and blue. White for Freedom and Blue for the Greek Blue Sky. The cross on the left is the sympol for the Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

The nine stripes are represent the letters of the word "freedom" (Greek: Ελευθερία). White for Freedom and Blue for the Greek Blue Sky. The cross on the left is the sympol for the Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

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