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Nikos Economopoulos GREECE. Kea island. School children dressed up on National Day for the parade celebrating the Greek independence (separation from the Ottoman Empire). March 25th, 1988.

School children dressed up on National Day for the parade celebrating the Greek independence (separation from the Ottoman Empire).

Nikos Economopoulos  GREECE. Macedonia. Monoklisia village. According to alocal custom on January 8 every year women take command and replace men in all the traditional man activities. During this day there is lot of music and dance. 1988.

by Nikos Economopoulos Monoklisia village, Greece. According to alocal custom on January 8 every year women take command and replace men in all the traditional man activities.

Nikos Economopoulos  CYPRUS. Ledra Palace check point. Holding a portrait of her son, missing since the war in 1974, a mother protests against the continued occupation of Northern Cyprus. 1997.

Holding a portrait of her son, missing since the war in a Greek-Cypriot mother protests against the continued occupation of Northern Cyprus.

Nikos Economopoulos TURKEY. Patnos village. Schoolboys at the marketplace. 1990.

Schoolboys at the marketplace.

Nikos Economopoulos  GREECE. Macedonia region. Town of Thessalonica. Industrial zone of Nea Sindos. A Gipsy camp. 1994.

Town of Thessalonica. Industrial zone of Nea Sindos. A Gipsy camp.

Nikos Economopoulos GREECE. Women cooking traditional pastries. 1989.

Nikos Economopoulos GREECE. Women cooking traditional pastries. 1989.

Nikos Economopoulos Transylvania. Café.

Nikos Economopoulos Nikos is another Magnum photographer presented here.

Nikos Economopoulos Velai village. House interior in which the males of the family live hidden because they "own" blood which makes them possible victims in the vendetta.

House interior in which the males of the family live hidden because they "own" blood which makes them possible victims in the vendetta

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