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Μεταναστευτικό σύστημα πόντων του Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου: Πληροφορίες για πολίτες της ΕΕ []

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Τι πρέπει να γνωρίζετε για τα ταξίδια μεταξύ Ηνωμένου Βασιλείου και ΕΕ (Ελλάδας) από 1 Ιανουαρίου 2021 [Ευρωπαική Επιτροπή]

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Δικαιώματα πολιτών: Έλληνες στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο – Βρετανοί στην Ελλάδα [Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών]

International arrivals required to prove negative COVID-19 test result before departure for England. []

 ➥ Embassy of Greece in London
 ➥ High Commission of Cyprus in the UK
 ➥ Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain
 ➥ The Hellenic Centre
 ➥ Anglo-Hellenic League
 ➥ Union of Greek Students in London
 ➥ Greek Parents Association


All current Greek events in the UK have been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Can the Greek Economy Recover Once Again

Power and Impunity: what Donald Trump & Boris didn’t learn from the ancient Greeks
Date: Thursday 28 January 2021
Details: Are we living in a world marked by a new impunity of power? Political leaders discard established norms and taboos that have guided the behaviour of their predecessors and, in doing so, they win popular support from new areas of society, including the disengaged and excluded. How did we get here?


The Great Church which is called Sophia

The Great Church which is called Sophia
Date: Thursday 28 January 2021
Details: Alessandro Taddei (La Sapieza) 'The Great Church which is called Sophia'. History and archaeology of the episcopal church of Constantinople


The 30th Annual Runciman Lecture

The 30th Annual Runciman Lecture
Date: Thursday 04 February [18:00] 2021
Details: This lecture will turn to Greek poetic responses to ’21 – and not just at the time, but as the noise of old battles has echoed through subsequent decades of Greek experience up to the present day. The focus will be on tensions between the pen and the sword, or rather the pen and the gun, over the years since 1821: the best Greek poets have faced such tensions memorably, and in doing so have made a distinctive contribution to the world’s poetry.


Manchester Art Gallery

MAG Unlocked: Greeks in the Gallery, by Manchester Art Gallery
Date: Saturday 6 February 2021
Details: How Greek mythology has inspired and influenced artists, sculptors and architects. Join tour guide Pauline and explore the myths and legends illustrated by some of the pictures and sculptures in the gallery.


Ancient Olympic Games

Greek Mythology: Olympic Games and Sports in Ancient Greece
Date: Saturday 6 February 2021
Details: The "Olympic Games and Sports in Ancient Greece" is an 1-hour online interactive workshop broadcasting live from Athens, Greece. Join us as we discover the origin and true story of the first Olympic Games and other sports events in Ancient Greece that live even today.


Minoan Palace

Ruins, Re-use, and Re-invention: Landscapes of Memory at the Minoan Palace
Date: Thursday 25 February 2021
Details: The Minoans were Europe's first civilization and the Palace at Knossos on the Greek island of Crete was their crowning architectural achievement. The current site allows a snapshot of a flourishing Bronze Age society, brought more vividly to life by the controversial restorations and reconstructions of British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans, and we hear how catastrophic destruction brought it all to an end.



Thebes: The Forgotten City of Greece with Professor Paul Cartledge
Date: Tuesday 2 March 2021
Details: The city of Thebes is all too often the overshadowed neighbour of Athens and Sparta. Indeed, there were two Thebes in Ancient Boeotia, not just one: the City of Myth and the City of History.
So how is it that Thebes, the cultural city that captivated the imagination of Greece and the military power that dominated much of Greece, has been forgotten?


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