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NORTHERN EPIRUS IS NOT A DIRTY WORD

NORTHERN EPIRUS IS NOT A DIRTY WORD

  Way back in 1960, just around the time when the leader of the USSR Nikita Khrushchev suggested to the paranoid leader of Stalinist Albania Enver Hoxha that autonomy be granted to Northern Epirus, as the majority population in this region along the border with Greece, was of ethnic Greek origin, George Papandreou, the grandfather of the current Greek Prime […]

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Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

A usual habbit of Skopjan propagandists is to use Orthodox icons found in churches in modern FYROM as ‘evidence’ of their culture. In reality this is far from truth. The vast majority of churches in FYROM contain iconographies done by Greek iconographies centuries ago. Just a few examples are: Monastery of St Naum In around 1806, the wall decoration inside […]

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