Constantinople (Istanbul) - Learning in Zografeion Greek High School
Sunday, 10 December 2017
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Every Holy Friday the Greeks of Constantinople observe the custom of worshiping the seven epitaphs.
At the almost southernmost part of Greece, beside the Libyan sea, there are peaceable and religious people who still find the simplest ways to have fun.
He makes a reed musical instrument called the ney. The instrument produces a warm and hoarse sound. The ney has its roots in the Near East and gives Greek traditional music a special quality.
He trains pigeons so they can fly 1,000 meters high and he gets sad when they are attacked by hawks. He feels sorry, but he can understand hawks need to survive too.
Even though has been closed for 46 whole years, since 1971, it is kept in perfect condition and is always ready for the great restart.
Next to the actor stood a liquid filled hourglass that slowly dripped during the play. There were times that it could be perceived like a harsh, eerie beat inside the audience’s head. Time was running out for Socrates…
When a player made a hard misplaced kick towards the goal which was at the edge of the cliff, the ball fell into the abyss of the mountain and was lost forever.
He owns a farm with 500 happy animals and birds. Their hearts are grateful to him and they love him dearly. He is a special kind of "king".
Vlach village at the tops of Tzoumerka with a rich history and traditional houses of a unique architecture.
A exciting tour in Constantinople to investigate credible information regarding the burial ground of the last Byzantine emperor Constantine Palaiologos. The information we gathered is astounding!