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28th of May

Every exhibition comes in fact to an end only after the display is dismantled.

This morning we went through this process, which must always bring acutely contradictory feelings: on the one hand, a kind of sadness, since the dynamic process of hosting guests to the exhibition is over; but on the other hand, a sort of satisfaction that the exposure of the inner self of the persons behind the camera is completed without damages and complaints, but only with fine memories of a dream world as was created by the images – an imaginary world. 180 more words

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26th of May

As the second last evening of our exhibition “From Nubia to Sudan” came to a close, it was just a long narrow street away to hop into the reality of one of the most important photographic events taking place in Rethymno, namely the… 56 more words

Archaeology

23rd of May

The exhibition “From Nubia to Sudan” in the Institute for Mediterranean Studies is on its eighth day and the interest by the locals and the foreigners in the town of┬áRethymno continues to be high. 119 more words

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22nd of May

The main event of the day at the IMS was the lecture of the Greek professor, Alexandros Koutsis, on the “Arab Spring and the New Order in the Middle East”. 130 more words

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21st of May

Today the Greek Orthodox Church is celebrating the memory of Saints Constantine and Helene, the first Emperor of Constantinople and his mother, who is granted the honor of discovering the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. 380 more words

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20th of May

During the opening hours of the photo exhibition “From Nubia to Sudan”, our hosts at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies (IMS) employed the post-graduate student of Rethymno University, BA Eleni Zerva, as assistant. 697 more words

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17th of May

As promised last night, today’s entry will include a couple of photos from the opening of the exhibition of photographs “From Nubia to Sudan through the eyes of the Greek-Norwegian Archaeological Mission” at the… 148 more words

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