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Christmas in Greece: Epiphany

Christmas holidays in Greece do not come to an end until January 6th, on the “festival of lights” or Epiphany. For the Orthodox church, Epiphany is the celebration of the baptism of Christ and his

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Christmas in Greece: Pomegranate smashing

You might have noticed that around the holidays, pomegranate is an image and fruit that takes center stage in Greece. There are pomegranate ornaments on the Christmas tree, good luck charms for the new year

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Christmas in Greece: Christmas Carols

Christmas caroling is for Greek children one of the sweetest and most fun memories of their childhood. What is special about this Greek Christmas tradition is that it has more or less survived throughout the

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Christmas in Greece: Christopsomo

Christopsomo (bread of Christ) is a type of bread that Greeks make 2-3 days before Christmas. This tradition has its origins in ancient Greece, when people would make bread as a bloodless sacrifice to the

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We are Venture Impact Award winners !

Last Monday, our School attended the ceremony for the Venture Impact Awards and had the honor to be among the 2021 winners. The idea behind this important institution is to support and encourage Greece’s brightest

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Christmas in Greece: Christmas boats

The Christmas boat or “karavaki” as Greeks call it is the most Greek tradition you will find in the country around the holidays. In the past Greeks, being a nautical people, would decorate boats instead

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Santa’s Gift of… Greek

Being an online Greek School means that you deal with people who have families who live far away from them. This means that come Christmas time, we come across a lot of requests from our

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What are the Greeks hiding?

If we were playing a word association game and someone said “Greece” one of the most popular words to come up next would most likely be “summer.” Our country is lucky to be known as

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