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#covid19 #coronavirus #greece #pandemic #emergency #extreme

I’ve received this on my mobile about an hour ago. Here’s the English version:

Emergency alert - Extreme

“Civil Protection Greece. 22/3. COVID19. Starting tomorrow Monday at 6.00 a.m. nationwide restrictions on public movement apply. Only movements that serve specific needs or for work are allowed and a permit is required. Stay home, stay safe.”

As for Covid-19 and life on Symi at the moment, check out this:

https://adrianashum.com/
 
#covid19 #coronavirus #greece #pandemic #emergency #extreme

I’ve received this on my mobile about an hour ago. Here’s the English version:

Emergency alert - Extreme

“Civil Protection Greece. 22/3. COVID19. Starting tomorrow Monday at 6.00 a.m. nationwide restrictions on public movement apply. Only movements that serve specific needs or for work are allowed and a permit is required. Stay home, stay safe.”

As for Covid-19 and life on Symi at the moment, check out this:

https://adrianashum.com/
 
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This is a restored Minoan fresco, from the Bronze Age settlement of Akrotini on the Greek island of Santorini. The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption sometime in the 1500s BCE and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of fine frescoes as well as many everyday objects.

The Saffron Goddess


btw, this blog HISTORICAL NON-FICTION run by Lillian Audette is an interesting thing.
This blog is a collection of the interesting, the weird, and sometimes the need-to-know about history, culled from around the internet. It has pictures, it has quotes, it occasionally has my own opinions on things.
#archeaology #bronzeage #Greece #Santorini #weird #history #blog #LillianAudette
 
Image/Photo
This is a restored Minoan fresco, from the Bronze Age settlement of Akrotini on the Greek island of Santorini. The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption sometime in the 1500s BCE and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of fine frescoes as well as many everyday objects.

The Saffron Goddess


btw, this blog HISTORICAL NON-FICTION run by Lillian Audette is an interesting thing.
This blog is a collection of the interesting, the weird, and sometimes the need-to-know about history, culled from around the internet. It has pictures, it has quotes, it occasionally has my own opinions on things.
#archeaology #bronzeage #Greece #Santorini #weird #history #blog #LillianAudette
 
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Life

Cavafy #poem #greece


And if you can’t shape your life the way you want,
at least try as much as you can
not to degrade it
by too much contact with the world,
by too much activity and talk.
 
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Life

Cavafy #poem #greece


And if you can’t shape your life the way you want,
at least try as much as you can
not to degrade it
by too much contact with the world,
by too much activity and talk.
 
Need a mini-cry? This is just stunningly beautiful, the film and music...
A slice of an astounding movie (from Greece)

Just one 4-minute scene here, spoiler alert- from beauty to the agony of love.
Translation of the YouTube description:

"Do you ask what happened to that love? That's what I say to you: I do not remember him anymore. But what do you think I know, Let's not remember your face anymore, I just remember that I kissed it one day"

Ευανθία Ρεμπούτσικα - Μέσα από Σένα - Through Yourself


#love #cinema #Greece #ΜέσααπόΣένα #film #movies #music #soundtrack
 
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