Greek Independence Day-March 25

March 25 1821
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"Το κρυφό σχολειό", The "Secret School" during the Ottoman Occupation - Γύζης.

"Το κρυφό σχολειό", The "Secret School" during the Ottoman Occupation - Γύζης.

Greek Flag - 1941

Greek Flag - 1941

Freedom or Death: by Theodor Vryzakis (1814-1878), the most symbolic painting of the Greek Revolution declaring war for independence from the Ottoman Empire)

Freedom or Death: by Theodor Vryzakis (1814-1878), the most symbolic painting of the Greek Revolution declaring war for independence from the Ottoman Empire)

The statue of Theodoros Kolokotronis ( general and the pre-eminent leader of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire)

The statue of Theodoros Kolokotronis ( general and the pre-eminent leader of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire)

25th of March in Marpissa | Paros island  Greek Independence Day

25th of March in Marpissa | Paros island Greek Independence Day

25th of March 1821- greek independence day & the annunciation

25th of March 1821- greek independence day & the annunciation

25th of March 1821

25th of March 1821

Hail to Greece - zito !! Happy Greek Independence Day !

Hail to Greece - zito !! Happy Greek Independence Day !

Freedom or Death, words that started the 1821 Greek revolution, Kalavrita, Greece

Freedom or Death, words that started the 1821 Greek revolution, Kalavrita, Greece

"One hour of freedom is worth more than forty years of slavery and life in prison." - Here is part of The Patriotic Revolutionary Hymn of Regas Feraeos(1759 – 1798). Unfortunately, he was arrested for his revolutionary song by Austrian authorities, turned over to the Turks, tortured for days along with his friends and then killed by drowning in the river Danube. He did not live to see the revolution, but he sewed the seeds of freedom which grew in the hearts of Greeks and Phil-Hellenes…

"One hour of freedom is worth more than forty years of slavery and life in prison." - Here is part of The Patriotic Revolutionary Hymn of Regas Feraeos(1759 – 1798). Unfortunately, he was arrested for his revolutionary song by Austrian authorities, turned over to the Turks, tortured for days along with his friends and then killed by drowning in the river Danube. He did not live to see the revolution, but he sewed the seeds of freedom which grew in the hearts of Greeks and Phil-Hellenes…

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