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Celebration for the 2500 years from Battle of Thermopylae

Thermopylae and Salamis are the two battles that saved Greece, Europe, and what we today call the West and Western civilization.

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On Hagia Sophia Reverting to a Mosque

The decision to convert Hagia Sophia into a mosque is an arbitrary course of action that goes against the universal values, that have laid the foundations of the world culture over time. The essence and the symbolism of the Monuments, that are part of the World Cultural Heritage, like Hagia Sophia, derive from their historical dimension. No decision of changing their universally recognized cultural status can be regarded as an internal affair of any country.

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AthenSYN I: HOMEMADE EXOTICA – Berlin

Exhibition & Festival of Contemporary Art

Since the beginning of the European idea, Athens has been an exoticized utopia. Recently, as a result of the 2009 worldwide financial crisis, Athens has become the exotic scene of a global drama that has attracted many, including the curators of the recent documenta14.

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CAVAFY SYMPOSIUM 2019

Ελληνικά

Cavafy: Polis & Politics; Civitas & Civilization
October 1 in Cairo, October 2 & 3 in Alexandria

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Animation screening – Alexandria & Cairo

Greek animation short screening from the awarded animasyros programme.

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