It was on 23 May 1922 that it was recognized as a country.
The largest modern cities of Greece are: * Athens - the Capital city of Greece * Thessaloniki - the second largest city of Greece * Patra - the third largest city of Greece * Hrakleion * Larissa * Ioannina * Nafplio * Kalamata * Tripoli * Kardhica * ...
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During the modern era, Greece has been in war with: Turkey (Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey), Bulgaria, Italy, Germany and also troops were sent to the Korean War and vessels to the Gulf War. During the medieval era, Greeks had war with: Persia, various barbarian hordes, Bulgaria, Arabic nations...
Kostas Karamanlis served as Prime Minister for two consecutive terms, winning the 7 March 2004 parliamentary elections and the 16 September 2007 parliamentary elections. However, he asked for mid-term general elections to be held on 4 October 2009 because of the narrow (1 MP) majority his...
Greece is more easterly on the continent. It could also beconsidered southern European.
Jobs in modern Greece are like everywhere else. There are manytraditional professions that have disappeared due to modernisationand financial development. A huge part of the population works inthe public and private sector, many Greeks work in the shippingindustry but not as much as in the 50's -...
Prophetis in Greek, prophetessa in Latin.
Albania, Macedonia,Bulgaria and to some extent Turkey.
No. Turkey is a member of NATO and potentially of the EuropeanUnion. The majority party as of 2016 is a conservative Islamicorganization called the Justice and Development Party.
Mount Olympus highest peak is Mytikas rising to 2,919 meters high (9,577 feet). It is one of the highest peaks in Europe in terms of topographic prominence. It is located in the borders of Thessaly and Macedonia , about 100 km away from Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city.
All sorts of plants: grasses, forbs, trees (including fig and olive trees), shrubs, etc.
Greece has had many wars but this question has yet to be discovered
Any they felt they could take part in.
They copied some stuff but not the complete culture. Answer: More accurately, they assimilated Greek culture as Greece became part of the Empire.
Cretans. In Greek they are called KritikÃ (ÎÏÎ·ÏÎ¹ÎºÎ¿Î¯), plural formof KritikÃ³s (ÎÏÎ·ÏÎ¹ÎºÏÏ). I live in Crete. (Notice that Cretan - someone from Crete - is spelled differentlyfrom cretin - a stupid/insolent person.)
was in Kamari in September: an example is Kamari Football Ground.Another football stadium is near Fira, I don't remember exactly. .
Walk, cycle, drive, sail, fly, train the question needs to be more explicit. The quickest way would be to fly. I'm not aware of any airlines that flies direct from Scotland to Crete (Heraklion) but BMI can take you from Scotland to Crete with a stopover in London. You can find them here bmi.co.uk
Here are the Greek gods in alphabetical order: .
Of course it is called Eleftherios Venizelos and it is located in the Spata area (not to be confused with Sparta)
They have the right to have bum sex:)
Athens is the capital of Greece
Athens is the capital of the country, Greece. It isn't in a state.
There is no opposite of Crete (Mediterranean island between Greece and Libya), although an opposing civilization of the Minoans was that of the Mycenaeans. (*The opposite of the verb create would be to destroy, cancel, remove, or undo.)
No, pizza was invented in Italy.
The Romans conquered Greece in the same way that they conquered other territories. Military force!
]the greek princess now alive in 2011 is 14 years of age her name ends in synadinous yet im not sure bout her first she lives in england a hidden life
A lot of how we live is based on the ancient Greek ways of life. Including our government, teaching styles, law, and even our entertainment. The Greek had the first democracy, we teach how Plato had taught Aristotle and Aristotle had taught Alexander the Great. A lot of people didn't like how...
Because there is SEA in most of its sides. Most simplified answer i can think of.
No, Greece is an independent country in Europe
Unfortunately, not very clean. People still throw their rubbish on the street (wrappers, plastic bottles, bags, etc). You also see lots of illegal dumping.
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Though they are known for discus and javelin throws, but this Mediterranean country also knows how to dance! Get everyone on their feet at your dinner party, after the main course... some light Greek music... will have everyone tap their feet
Greece's national flower is the Bear's breech (Acanthus Mollis), ithas long white and violet or rose colored blooms.
Yes. Greece has signed an extradition treaty with US. The treaty was signed on November 1, 1932 at Washington. Treaty and exchange of notes were signed at Athens on May 6, 1931. Senate advice and consent to ratification was done on February 19, 1932. It was ratified by the President of the United...
in happened in crete and crete is in Greece
Greeks eat yogurt (not the sugary, processed, pasturized, mineral-empty junk we eat in America), olives, capers and fish. Many seasonings come from Greece also. Hope I helped, I M 4 Him
The two cities are 1,177.7 km apart.
Greece was not a country. The Greek people existed in over 2,000independent city-states spread around the Mediterranean and BlackSeas, from Sicily to Asia Minor, which formed shifting alliances.They were in virtually continuous wars between themselves and withexternal states. Some lost, some won...
the ancient Greece most valued there philosophy and art.
The sea was basically the only most important natural resource because Greece lacked many natural resources such as precious metals, although they had stone for building. The sea provided highways which allowed people in Greece to travel and trade. Also it provided many seafood and...
A flight from London Heathrow Airport to Athens, Greece is 1,500miles or 2,414 kilometers. The travel time for a nonstop flight is2 hours 45 minutes.
because God has bladder problem That is a stupid answer
The link attached is the telephone directory of Greece where you will find KARPATHOS
false the arch was created by the romans
Notable products include Greek olive oil , Kalamata olive , Zante currant , Greek wine from the ancient wine roads of Macedonia, Fava Santorinis , Krokos Kozanis (saffron), Florina pepper s, mastic (plant resin) , raisin and tobacco .
i assume you mean 'where is Greece in Europe' Greece is in the Mediterranean, by Turkey, Albania & Italy
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Initially it was hereditary kings, replaced by oligarch aristocratswho shared places on the ruling council, then in democracies bycitizens who formed the assembly and councillors and magistratesappointed by their tribes.
Athens is located on the peninsula of Attica.
There are so many Greek islands! Look at them all! Adelfoi Islets Adelfoi Syrnas Islets Aegina Agathonissi Agioi Theodoroi Chanion Agioi Theodoroi Halkis Agios Efstathios Agios Georgios Agios Georgios Salaminos Agios Georgios Skopelou Agios Ioannis Diaporion Agios Nikolaos...
Yes the Greeks invented the map it does not take a rocket scientist to figure that out
The theatre was a holy place. No violence was permitted onstage.
The national food of Greece is a dish called fasolada. It is acombination of carrots, beans, tomatoes, and celery. It isgenerally served as a side dish with salty foods.
Wild animals indigenous to Greece include boar, bear, wild cat,brown squirrel, jackal, fox, deer, and wolf. A rare white goat isfound in Crete. There are 358 species of birds in Greece,two-thirds of them migratory. Among the birds of prey are thegolden and imperial eagle, the vulture, and several...
The cross represents the country's deeply rooted tradition in orthodox christianity.
Greece is positioned in both the northern and eastern hemispheres and located in the southeastern region ofthe European Continent on the northern Greek peninsula.
too many reasons to write, but to name a few its the birth place of civilization & democracy & the land of the gods
I don't no why are you asking me you idiot i am only 12 in 6th grade so bye bye dummies.
The euro was legally introduced in Greece in January 2002.
Actually our population has decreased by one million within a decade.
From what I know, there is just one.
The Ancient Olympic Games took place over the course of five daysin Olympia, Greece every four years. They were the most prestigiousof the four PanHellenic Games sports festivals held in Greece.
The Mediterranean Sea and the continent of Africa
A Chariot race and a running race.
Political instability and civil war caused by the fighting between Sparta and Athens and the delian League.
Ancient Greece did use gold.
he was unsure that she would let him go.
No, it has Slavic origins.
if you mean 'who' its Hades
The Greeks' history began around 700 B.C. with festivalshonoring their many gods. One god, Dionysus, was honoredwith an unusual festival called the City Dionysia. Therevelry-filled festival was led by drunken men dressed up in roughgoat skins (because goats were thought sexually potent) who...
Greece uses the Euro (symbol 'â¬'), and has done since the start of the Euro in 2002. In the Greek alphabet the Euro is known as 'ÎµÏ
ÏÏ'. On Euro banknotes then name is written in capitals as "ÎÎ¥Î¡Î© ". The subdivision (the cent), is known as '' Î»ÎµÏÏÎ¬",...