Breathless in Pazarkule

The pain is acute and lasts. The lungs appear unable to fill with enough air. You are drowning and you think that you will die. The sounds and images around you seems to be moving slowly. You are wondering what are you doing there. Why are you in this situation? The Turkish military guards, ...

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The Ghost Mountains

It was December 9, 2019, when I phoned Pavlos Pavlidis, the forensic doctor at Alexandroupolis University Hospital, to ask him about two refugees found in the Soufli area, dead from the cold. "Six were ​​Antonis, not two. Two Somali women found themselves hugging together in the bushes in Feres ...

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The school of Telendos and its great history!

The teacher of the small school on the edge of the Aegean, in the beautiful island of Telendos, arrives daily in his yard from Kalymnos. But when the weather is not good, the teacher cannot approach the small harbor. And lessons cannot be done. Telendos is an island, very close to Kalymnos. Once, ...

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An Astrophysicist Who Is Inspired by «Chaos and Disorder»

Ioannis Seiradakis is an exceptional scientist, Professor of Astrophysics at Aristotle University in Salonika research member of the Antikithiron Machine,which is the first computer in history. He inspires respect the moment he says,” Good day.” Pictures: Dora Topalidou (www.brightside.gr) ...

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The dancing pencil

Every product of an artist, must be the expression of an adventure of his soul ".  Somerset Maugham, a British writer, once said.  Elina Papathanassiou, has been painting since she can remember. Her workplace is full of colors. Small and large brushes. Thin and thick. Brushes and pencils. Lots of ...

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When lack of means, leads to innovation

Afghanistan is a poor country. However, it is a country that cares about its inhabitants as much as possible and tries to do its best on purpose to maintain their health. Lately, the days and nights of the Afghan people are haunting by a nightmare. The nightmare of coronavirus (COVID 19). This ...

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Skyros also comes alive in the winter

victims, events and traditions take to the streets, self-mutilating and daring, revolting and revolting in a puddle of colors and more… The streets of Skyros are flooded with groups of disguised people of all ages, who are fascinated by mystery and mystery.  The dominant figure was Elder and ...

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Two worlds confronted in Moria. Jungle VS – local community

Rashid is sitting with his friends at the edge of the slope, on some pallets and wood. He is over 60 years old and as he says, that he was an officer in the Afghan army. He has lost his left eye in one of the battles against Taliban.  He was already one week in Lesvos, in the Moria camp before ...

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The journey of a blue balloon

Ηis anxiety was growing from minute to minute. It was not just the fact that he failed in his mission. There were also dangers around him that could end his life at any time. The beautiful blue balloon was wandering around Idomeni refugee camp with great care, but he couldn’t determine his fate. ...

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The Museum of Theophilos in Anakasia, Theophilos figure and the celebration of diversity

“Once upon a time there was a poor fustaneforos who was possessed from the “mania” of painting. They called him Theophilos. His brushes were carried on his belt. On the same place, where his ancestors were putting their pistols and knives. He was walking around the villages of Mytilene, he was ...

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The “Theasis” of Schinoussa

Schinoussa, belongs to the small Cyclades islands complex. It has been inhabited since ancient times. And according to tradition, its name came from the bush of Shino, which flourishes all over the island. There is, however, a second version, according to which the island was named after the ...

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“Welcome to our home,” at the Echinousa residences

Kimolos. The island of chalk, which the ancients Greeks were using as a soap for cleaning clothes and shaving their beard. Also known as Echinousa. Sea urchins. The island of Kimolos was been visited by pirates, that were feared even by the Turks. At 1638, Kimolos was occupied and burned down by ...

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