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Odyseas Elytis ~ Quote about the spirit & strength of Greece Favorite Quotes, Best Quotes, Holocaust Books, Greek Flag, Greek Culture, Greek Words, Greek Quotes, Greek Life, Greece Travel

GREECE CHANNEL | Odyseas Elytis ~ Quote about the spirit & strength of Greece

gemsofgreece: “The first photo of the Acropolis of Athens, The photo was taken by Paul Baron des Granges. Athens Acropolis, Parthenon, Athens Greece, Photos Du, Old Photos, Greece History, Greece Photography, Greek Culture, Macedonia

Dr.MD.PAPAGALOS EVANGELOS on Twitter

“Athens 1869# The first Photography of Acropolis .”

Portrait of Greek (Pontos) insurgents. About Costume of the people's militia, and of the brigands and bandits from the mountains in the Giresun-Trabzon region. Historical Clothing, Historical Photos, Churchill, Greek History, Folk Dance, Freedom Fighters, Greek Life, Ottoman Empire, World War I

Greek freedom fighters, May 19 is the day of remembrance of the Pontian Greek Genocide (1916-1923). Records kept mainly by priests show a minimum 350,000 Pontian Greeks exterminated by Turkish troops and Kurdish para-militaries. Other sources including foreign missionaries mention 500,000 deaths, most through deportation and forced marches into the Anatolian desert. Greek cities (Pafra, Samsous, Kerasous, and Trapezous) endured massacres and deportations that destroyed their populations.

The Laz Bichaq or 'Black Sea Yataghan' Historical Monuments, Historical Photos, Churchill, We Are The Mighty, Operation Market Garden, Trench Knife, Types Of Swords, Greek Warrior, Greek History

Παιχνίδια στη Πάφρα ( Το κλείσιμο των ματιών , τα σκλαβάκια κλπ)

Ένα παιχνίδι των Ποντίων Παφραίων με το οποίο διασκέδαζαν σε μέρες γιορτής και είχαν χρόνο στη διάθεσή τους ήταν το δέσιμο των ματιών (η τυφλόμυγα). Το παιχνίδι αυτό παίζονταν από τους μεγάλους και διασκέδαζε με αυτό όλο το χωριό. Το παιχνίδι είχε ως εξής: Δένανε με στοίχημα τα μάτια κάποιου, ο οποίος πίστευε όχι χωρίς να βλέπει θα βρει το εκ των προτέρων ορισμένο σημείο. Τέτοια σημεία ορίζονταν συνήθως κάποιο σπίτι, ένα αντικείμενο, ένας συγκεκριμένος πάσσαλος σε κάποιο φράκτη του χωριού ή…

Traditional festive costumes of the 'Rum' (Greek-Orthodox) inhabitants from the… Greek Independence, Old Greek, Greek History, South Cyprus, Cultural Identity, Folk Dance, Photographs Of People, In Ancient Times, Black Sea

Traditional festive costumes of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland). Late-Ottoman era, late 19th century. They were expelled from Turkey in 1923, in exchange for Muslim populations from Greece. At this occasion Turkey lost a lot of cultural and economic potential, and the expelled lost their homeland.

Anastasios Papadopoulos (Kotza Anastas) (born in Edik Pounar, Heraclea, Pontus in 1896 - died in Ezenous on Dec. 2, 1922) - famed Greek rebel chieftain in Pontus during the period 1915 - 1922 who survived the Work Battalions of the Asia Minor genocide perpetrated by the Turks against the Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians. He was killed by armed bands after the exchange agreement was in effect. Known as the Kolokotronis of Pontus. The Turk, Greece, Empire, Survival, History, City, Movie Posters, War, Memories

Anastasios Papadopoulos (Kotza Anastas) (born in Edik Pounar, Heraclea, Pontus in 1896 - died in Ezenous on Dec. 2, 1922) - famed Greek rebel chieftain in Pontus during the period 1915 - 1922 who survived the Work Battalions of the Asia Minor genocide perpetrated by the Turks against the Armenians, Greeks and Assyrians. He was killed by armed bands after the exchange agreement was in effect. Known as the Kolokotronis of Pontus.