Drama (Greek: Περιφερειακή ενότητα Δράμας) is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the Region of East Macedonia and Thrace in Greece. Its capital is the town of Drama. The regional unit is the northernmost within the geographical region of Macedonia and the westernmost in the administrative region of East Macedonia and Thrace. The northern border with Bulgaria is […]Read more ›
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The old-growth forest of Fraktos, situated in the northeastern part of the Prefecture of Dramas in northern Greece under the highest summit of central Rhodope Mountains with an altitude of 1,953 meters, is the only Virgin Forest in the country and among the most unique in Europe.The Fraktos Forest had been declared a military zone for years and grew following […]Read more ›
One of the less known aspects of the Macedonian question has been the needlessly Cruel methods and Crimes commited by the SlavoBulgarian Komitadjis against the Greek population of Macedonia. The Bulgarian bands had been notorious for their murders and outrages against non-combatants and especially the Greeks of Macedonia. The list is certainly not complete and never will be, since noone could […]Read more ›
Account from a Frencman self-witness who found himself in Macedonia and specifically “to Demir-Hissar, to Barakli-Djoumai’a, to Serres, to Nevrocop, to Razlog, to Djumal-Bala, to Melnik, to Petritch, to Drama, to Cavalla, to Niaousta, to Vodena, to Sorovitch, to Clissoura, to Kastoria, to Monastir, to Megarovo, to Tirnovo, to Fiorina, and to a hundred villages. “Everywhere I found men who, […]Read more ›