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Returning Home to Heal

This is Part IV of the saga of my woes in Greece. If you want to see all the gory photos from the beginning, start with… 1,011 more words

Some secrets are meant to be shared

[Lonely Planet]
Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :
  • I love travelling around Greece
  • Off the beaten track
  • Tell people about it…
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Has Aristotle's Tomb Been Found?

In huge news in the world of philosophy, it appears an archaeologist may have unearthed the 2400 year old tomb of the great Aristotle. A team of archaeologists claim they have found the tomb at Ancient Stagira, Central Macedonia. 46 more words


Greece: Antifa march in Kavala in response to attacks by fascists

Wednesday May 25 

Around 100 antifascists gathered at Faliro Park and informed the people that were there about the fascist attacks that took place in Kavala the last few days. 423 more words


Aristotle’s Tomb, Discovered in Macedonia

“If you have to ask who The Philosopher is” — the saying goes — “you’re not a Thomist”. “The Philosopher” — for those of us who lack training in scholastic philosophy — is Aristotle, the laureate disciple of Plato, born in Stagira, which today is central Macedonia, in 384 BC. 129 more words


New Archeological Finds Dating to 2500 BC in Mykonos

My drive home above Ornos has a new addition to the view these days.  It’s an archeological dig producing artifacts dating back to 2500 BC.   They have been excavating for about six months so far and expect to continue for the remainder of the year.  46 more words