Posts Tagged ‘Greece’

The oldest written text discovered in Greece 9000 years ago

The oldest written text discovered in Greece 9000 years ago The sign of Dispilios. The oldest written text discovered in Greece and specifically in Kastoria (Macedonia) 9000 years ago !!!! The plate of Dispilio is a wooden plate bearing inscribed symbols dating back to 7260 BC. X. and 5250 p. X. The plaque was discovered […]

EU Approves Digital ID, Greece Becomes First to Adopt the Law

    Globalist billionaire Bill Gates is demanding world governments follow the lead of the European Union and India and approve his “global digital ID” system which has inbuilt features designed to exclude people from participating in society if they do not comply with the globalist agenda. The European Union parliament officially approved the “European […]

The crimes of the Nazis in Greece: Part two

The crimes of the Nazis in Greece: Part two This is the second in a three-part series; Parts one and three. Destructive terror against the population The Nazis’ response to the resistance of the Greek people was horrific. They imposed a bloody regime of terror, which, in its brutality, resembled the ruthless National Socialist (NS) wave of extermination […]

Oldest Pyramid is in Greece not Egypt

Oldest Pyramid is in Greece not Egypt Ancient Greek Minoans were way older than ancient egypt.

Nearly 6 Million year old Footprints found in Greece say Europeans did NOT Originate from Africa

Home » Archaeology, Europe » Nearly 6 Million year old Footprints found in Greece say Europeans did NOT Originate from Africa     A trail of 5.7 million-year-old fossil footprints discovered in Crete could upend the widely accepted theories on early human evolution. The new prints have a distinctly human-like form, with a similar big […]

Severe Flooding In Greece Leaves At Least 4 Dead And 6 Missing

Flooding triggered by severe rainstorms also hit neighboring Bulgaria and Turkey, leaving a total of 15 people dead in the three countries. Source

Ankara evacuates more than 1,200 people as Greece wildfires spread to Turkiye

Nine villages and more than 1,200 people have been evacuated as wildfires, raging in Greece, spread to neighbouring Turkiye, local media reports. According to the report, the wildfires raging in Greece are also affecting neighbouring border province of Canakkale in Turkiye. More than 1,500 hectares have burned, and 48 people had to be treated for […]

18 People Have Been Found In Area Struck By Wildfires In Greece

Officials said they were examining the possibility that the casualties were migrants who had entered the country from the nearby border with Turkey. Source

Wearing Skirts Was Considered Manly in Ancient Greece

When we think of manliness, images of rugged warriors and fearless gladiators often come to mind. Read more Section:  News Weird Facts Read Later  Source

Greece’s Crown Jewel: A 360° Tour of the Acropolis (Video)

Uncover the marvels of the ancient Acropolis in Athens through a captivating 360-degree tour by the BBC. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe Videos Read Later  Source

Officials Say Arsonists Started Devastating Wildfires In Greece

Arsonists are to blame for the deadly wildfires that have been tearing through the Greece according to senior climate officials. On the Greek island of Corfu desperate residents have been saying all along there has […] The post Officials Say Arsonists Started Devastating Wildfires In Greece appeared first on The People's Voice. Source

Turkey refugees burn down Greece.

Turkey’s refugees burn down Greece. It’s a centuries old practice used to terrorize the goy.

EU Rushes Firefighters To Greece As Grueling Mediterranean Heat Wave Takes Toll

New evacuations were ordered on Wednesday as wildfires raged near the Greek capital. Source

Wildfires spread during the hottest days of the year in Spain, Italy and Greece

Wildfires spread during the hottest days of the year in Spain, Italy and Greece. Thousands have been evacuated and some homes burnt down. Source

Tsipras steps down as Greece’s opposition leader after election defeat

Greece’s left-wing opposition leader Alexis Tsipras has stepped down following a crushing election defeat Source

Turkiye forces block group of 40 migrants attempted to be sent by Greece

Turkish security forces blocked the entry of a group of around 40 migrants who were attempted to be sent to Turkiye by Greece on Thursday, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said, Anadolu reports. In a statement, the ministry said that Turkish troops detected a group of approximately 40 people advancing toward the Turkish border in […]

Victor Vernicos first statement since returning to Greece: “I’ll never say never on returning to Eurovision”

The 67th Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool ended with Sweden as the winner, while Greece, represented by Victor Vernicos, was eliminated in the second semi-final. A few hours ago the 16-year-old singer, who competed with the song “What They Say”, returned to Athens and made some statements to the journalists who were waiting for him… […]

Why Summer in Greece is always a good idea!

Greece over Summer is pure magic. Anyone lucky enough to have experienced some time here over June, July and August would surely agree that every day in Greece over the warmer months feels like a non-stop celebration of life, love, food, sea, sun and good times! The list is endless, but we have put together… […]

Mothers’ Lives in Ancient Greece Were Not Easy – But Celebrations of Their Love Have Survived Across the Centuries

As a father of three and the husband of an amazing woman, I know that one day a year is far too little to recognize everything mothers do. Read more Section:  News History Ancient Traditions Read Later  Source

Greek Cup final to be held in Greece but without fans – Greek FA

The Greek Cup final between AEK Athens and PAOK will take place in the central Greek town of Volos on May 24 without fans, the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) said on Friday. The AEK-PAOK fixture is considered high risk for crowd trouble and has become a major headache for the Greek FA, which was in… […]

Frappé and Freddo, Greece’s most popular Summer coffee drinks

Coffee is a part of Greek culture and over the warmer months, Greeks are known for spending hours sipping on their iced coffee. Whether it’s for a morning pick me up, an afternoon coffee hit or just cruisy days on the beach, an iced coffee and Greek summer go hand in hand. And although once… […]

Small magnitude earthquake hits 30 km northeast of Athens, Greece

Small magnitude 3.3 earthquake 30 km northeast of Athens, Greece Earthquake felt in Athens. Source

Greece PM to extend “friendship” with Turkish elections winner 

Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis expressed on Friday his readiness to extend “a hand of friendship” to the winner of the upcoming elections in Turkey, hoping that the next [Turkish] government will “reconsider its approach toward the West.” This came in an exclusive interview with the Associated Press (AP) and published by The Washington Post. Mitsotakis said… […]

Greece’s State Broadcaster ERT Uses Artificial Intelligence Presenter

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more widespread in various fields, including writing and editing, and now a virtual TV presenter named Hermes has made his appearance on Greece’s state broadcaster ERT. Hermes presented the news in a realistic human-like appearance and sound, which indicates the increasing level of realism of AI technology.… […]

The new C-130s that Greece is getting from the USA

The US State Department has approved the transfer of two C-130 transport aircraft to Greece from US military surplus. These are clearly of a much younger generation of aircrafts compared to those currently serving in Greece. The C-130 Hercules is a multi-role transport aircraft manufactured by Lockheed Martin. It is highly versatile and is used… […]

Public transport to strike across Greece on Monday, Labour Day

A 24-hour strike in public transport for Monday, May 1, Labour Day will bring Greece to a standstill. The Athens metro (lines 1, 2 and 3) and tram trains will be on a 24-hr strike, as announced on Friday by workers’ unions, but buses and trolleys will operate from 09:00 until 21:00. The National Railway… […]

Greece to retain minimum amount of investment needed for Golden Visas

ATHENS – Greece has decided to postpone the decision to increase the minimum amount of investment needed for the Golden Visa. The postponement has been decided for Golden Visa in some parts of the country for three months implying that billionaires interested in visa will still be eligible to invest €250,000 instead of €500,000 until… […]

2.5 million tourists arrived in Greece in the first 3 months

There has been an estimated 2.5 million international air and road arrivals in Greece in the first quarter of 2023, with air arrivals up by double-digits from the first quarter of 2019, but road arrivals are still lagging significantly. Compared to last year, when travel restrictions were still in place due to the “Omicron” mutation… […]

What Did Ancient Greece Really Look Like? A Visual Tour (Video)

The ancient civilization of Greece is a historical period that has long been a subject of fascination and intrigue. Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Europe Video Read Later  Source

Dendias at informal meeting on Syria: Greece promotes EU-Arab collaboration

Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias stressed during the welcoming remarks of the Athens Retreat on Syria on Friday that the international community must aim at safeguarding Syria’s sovereignty, independence, unity, and territorial integrity. These factors comprise the basic principles of Greece’s foreign policy, he added at the meeting in Kavouri, on the coast south… […]

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