Thursday, September 29th, 2022
Nameday of Kyriakos, Kiriakos, Kyriakis, Kiriakis

Book Review: Proselytes of a New Nation: Muslim Conversions to Orthodox Christianity in Modern Greece

Hydra and her Wooden Walls

Bill and the “Still”: A Greek American Prohibition Story

Park in Vrnjačka Banja

Buying Rakija in Serbia

San Nicolo, Trieste, Italy

World Wide [Greek] Commercial Web, Circa 1815

The Brothers Macedonian

Soleto, Province of Lecce, Italy

From Brindisi to Patras: August 2000

Chain Bridge, Budapest

Greeks in Hungary, a History in Two Acts

National Merchant Maritime Academy of Hydra

Hydra’s Nautical Academy: The Oldest in the World

Plovdiv, Bulgaria

My Bulgarian Summer: 1994

Greek Oranges… the Best in the World!

Train Station: Sidirokastro, 1994

Sir Patrick-Kyrios Michalis – Reflections on the Life of Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor (1915-2011)

Mariupol, Ukraine

Greeks and Ukraine, a Long History

Sister Cities: A Great Way to Honor our Country and our Heritage

Greeks around the world

Time for the Greek Diaspora to talk… to each other

Telling the Byzantine Story

Retsina

Retsina: A Quick Tribute to a Greek Blonde

Odessa, 1850

Silent Empire Builders – Greeks and Serbs in the Russian and Austrian Empires

Hydra sailor

The Greek Sailor: A Savvy Technocrat with a Heritage over the Millennia

Panagia Chapel, Diakonia Retreat Center

An Orthodox Oasis in the Blue Ridge Mountains: The Diakonia Center

The Treaty of Kuchuk-Kainarji and the Greek Revolution

Graffiti over Marble – A Profile of Greece in Crisis

Τhe area of the first residential core of Hydra

How Hydra Got its Name, and other Riddles of a Glorious Island

Primary Sources, And Their Power: The Greek Genocide In American Naval War Diaries

The Hydriot and the Argentine Navy

The attack on the Turkish flagship in the Gulf of Eressos at the Greek island of Lesvos by a fire ship commanded by Dimitrios Papanikolis - Konstantinos Volanakis (1837-1907)

Fireships: An Asymmetric Weapon That Helped Liberate Greece

Dina Adamopoulou

A Chat with the Director of the Historical Archives-Museum of Hydra

Hydra 200 Years ago… in 1820

Hydra, the “Rock of Liberty”: Leading in 2021, as in 1821