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Jacqueline Kennedy Jackie Kennedy vacationing in Greece.  Date Photographed:ca. 1963 ❀.❤❀❤❀❤❋ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_Kennedy_Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Jackie Kennedy vacationing in Greece. Date Photographed:ca.

Members of the Presidential Guard stand at the Acropolis. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece, by B. ANTHONY STEWART,  National Geographic Creative

Members of the Presidential Guard stand at the Acropolis. The Acropolis, Athens, Greece, by B.

Melina Mercouri with Jules Dassin on the Acropolis between the movie “Never on Sunday”

Melina Mercouri with Jules Dassin on the Acropolis between the movie “Never on Sunday”

Dimitrios Loundras - He was part of the first athletes who ever played in the first Olympics held in 1896. He was born on September 04, 1885 and died on February 15, 1971. He took part in the Summer Olympics held in Athens where his team received a bronze medal at age 10. Throughout history, he still holds the title of the youngest athlete ever played in the history of Olympics in the world. Olympics.com.au

Dimitrios Loundras, center, at the 1896 Olympics, a Greek gymnast won a bronze at the age of 10 years and 218 days.

Ladies in old-fashioned, 1930s, clothing, in front of  Parthenon Photo: Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic.

Women rest at the Parthenon whose damaged structure is under repair, December Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams, National Geographic

The father of Modernism Charles Edouard Jeanneret “Le Corbusier” at the Acropolis of Athens, Greece1911. http://hellas-inhabitants.

Galería de Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Landscapes / Arquitectura Viva - 4

Ailanos (left, holding hat) and Constantine Tsaldaris (right, in white hat, facing away from camera) cut the ribbon held by Dwight Griswold (center), Chief of the American Mission for Aid to Greece, to reopen the Corinth Canal in Greece connecting the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. Harold Holtz, a member of Griswold's staff, stands in the lower left hand corner of the photograph with other unidentified men. Date: July 5, 1948

Ailanos (left, holding hat) and Constantine Tsaldaris (right, in white hat, facing away from camera) cut the ribbon held by Dwight Griswold (center), Chief of the American Mission for Aid to Greece, to reopen the Corinth Canal in Greece connecting the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. Harold Holtz, a member of Griswold's staff, stands in the lower left hand corner of the photograph with other unidentified men. Date: July 5, 1948

The father of Modernism Charles Edouard Jeanneret “Le Corbusier” at the Acropolis of Athens, Greece1911.

The father of Modernism Charles Edouard Jeanneret “Le Corbusier” at the Acropolis of Athens,

Τζάκι Ωνάση το 1969

Athens, of August Jackie Onassis at Acropolis

Κάννες 1960 Ο σεισμός Μελίνα Η βραδιά τα είχε όλα: Τον Ντασσέν να χορεύει χασάπικο πάνω σε τραπέζι, τον Γιώργο Φούντα να μαθαίνει ζεϊμπέκικο στη Χάγια Χαραρίτ, την Μπέτσι Μπλερ να ακολουθεί στο τσα-τσα τον Μάνο Χατζιδάκι, τον συγγραφέα Ζορζ Σιμενόν να φωνάζει «κούκλα, να ζήσεις» στη Μελίνα... Και πάνω απ' όλους η Μελίνα να παρασύρει τους πάντες στον ρυθμό της (μαζί με τη Δέσπω Διαμαντίδου). Ενα πειραιώτικο γλέντι σε γαλλικό έδαφος και με χιλιάδες φλας φωτογραφικών μηχανών.

Κάννες 1960 Ο σεισμός Μελίνα Η βραδιά τα είχε όλα: Τον Ντασσέν να χορεύει χασάπικο πάνω σε τραπέζι, τον Γιώργο Φούντα να μαθαίνει ζεϊμπέκικο στη Χάγια Χαραρίτ, την Μπέτσι Μπλερ να ακολουθεί στο τσα-τσα τον Μάνο Χατζιδάκι, τον συγγραφέα Ζορζ Σιμενόν να φωνάζει «κούκλα, να ζήσεις» στη Μελίνα... Και πάνω απ' όλους η Μελίνα να παρασύρει τους πάντες στον ρυθμό της (μαζί με τη Δέσπω Διαμαντίδου). Ενα πειραιώτικο γλέντι σε γαλλικό έδαφος και με χιλιάδες φλας φωτογραφικών μηχανών.

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