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Sure—mainland Greece has all the most famous ruins. But if you really want a classical Mediterranean adventure away from the crowds, you're better off island hopping between the stunning hot spots and quiet retreats of the Aegean's wine dark waters.
Foodies, partyers, and quiet-loving sunbathers will all…See More
On February 19, 2015, the exciting finale to the Philadelphia Greek Basketball League (PGBL) season climaxed with the championship game between last year’s champions, Danny’s Boys (12-1), led by the league’s top player, Peter Kathopoulis, taking on the Kings (11-2) commanded by PGBL 2013 Hall of Fame member, Bill Zonios. Fans had their thoughts about who would win, but in the end, everyone knew that these were the two best teams in the league and it would be an impressive…See More
From 537 until 1453, Hagia Sophia was a Christian cathedral, mainly for the Orthodox church and briefly for the Catholic Church. Captured by Islamic forces in 1453, it was stripped and transformed into a mosque until 1931, when it was secularized and began being used as a museum in 1935.
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Koliva is made for the Orthodox Memorial Services. These services are held on anniversaries of the departed and on Saturday of the Souls.
Composer Alexandre Desplat won an Academy Award for his perky and fun score of "The Grand Budapest Hotel." The Academy finally recognized this young master that scored such classics as: "Argo," "The King’s Speech," "The Queen," "Fantastic Mr. Fox,", "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button," and "Philomena." Alexandre's Greek mother was mentioned during his acceptance speech, his parents met while students at UC…See More