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Macedonia, Greece - Booboosaria 2011 - Eratira Kozanis

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Truths and lies about Macedonia Part 5

Truths and lies about Macedonia Part 5

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council May 06, 2010 This article is a response to two articles from Risto Stefov, the first being “Greeks and identity theft” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/151855 and the second one “How Macedonia became Greek, Serbian and Bulgarian” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/149197 If one wonders how and why I have decided “to kill two birds with one stone” as they say, the answer is […]

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Macedonia – Rare Document from Macedonians of Kozani on 1827

Macedonia - Rare Document from Macedonians of Kozani on 1827

Α rare document of a transaction coming from Macedonians of Kozani on 1827. Malina wife of Misios Misdanis sells to Georgios Nikolaou the house she inherited by her husband with the obligation Nikolaou to take care of her until her death. In the end of the document, we can find the names of the Macedonians who were the witnesses of the transaction. […]

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Archaeologists unearth rare finds in Aiane, Kozani

Archaeologists unearth rare finds in Aiane, Kozani Rare finds, among them the architectural ruins of tombs, pottery and clay statuettes, were brought to light during archeological excavations conducted at the Royal Necropolis in the region of Livadia, near the village of Aiane in the prefecture of Kozani, northwestern Greece. The land of Aiane is rich in unique and rare archaeological […]

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Macedonian Archaeology in Greece – Mycenean culture had reached up to Aiani

Macedonian Archaeology in Greece - Mycenean culture had reached up to Aiani

AIANI, Greece - Mycenean graves were brought to light during an archaeological excavation, which take place in the necropolis of Aiani, Macedonia, Greece. The exciting finding proves, according to the archaeologists, the common culture during the Bronze Age, which was extended in the entirety of the Helladic mainland. “Until now, we have tracked down more than 20 sites with Mycenean findings in the prefecture of Kozani. They stand […]

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Voio: The enchanting natural beauty of Macedonia

Voio: The enchanting natural beauty of Macedonia

Voio: A place where natural beauty is beyond words Voio is a mountain of exquisite beauty. Situated between Western Macedonia and Epirus, and running through southwestern Kastoria and western Kozani prefecture, it forms a natural border between the two regions. It is called “the door to Pindus” because from there the visitor may access the Pindus mountain ranges and the […]

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Macedonian tomb of Eordaia opens to the public.

Macedonian tomb of Eordaia opens to the public An important, but lesser known, tomb monument of the 4th century BC, discovered in 1987 in the village of Spilia, Kozani pprefecture in northwest Greece, will be accessible to visitors following the completion of restoration works conducted by the culture ministry’s 30th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities. The ancient Macedonian tomb […]

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Annual Chestnut Party begins in Eastern Macedonia.

The chestnut season is celebrated every October in many regions across Greece with special events organized to promote the chestnut’s nutritional value. In antiquity, the chestnut tree was regarded in Greece as the tree of Zeus. Mount Olympus, home of the gods of the ancient Greeks, was said to have had an abundance of chestnut trees producing this sweet, […]

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Saffron, the Gold of the Greek Earth

Saffron, the Gold of the Greek Earth The Organic Red Saffron, produced by the renowned Kozani Saffron Cooperative, in Northern Greece, is a certified organic product that is distinguished for its excellent quality which places it in the Coupe Class, the top quality of Saffron in the world. Saffron, made from the dried stigmas of […]

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Declarations of Union with Greece- Temporary government of Elimia

Declarations of Union with Greece- Temporary government of Elimia

The following is from page 87 of the book by Konstantinos Douflias: THE REVOLUTIONARY DECLARATION OF THE TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT OF ELIMIA (WESTERN MACEDONIA) In the county of Elimia in Western Macedonia (present day Kozani; in Macedonia, Greece), another group of Greek Revolutionaries took up arms in 1878 in the town of Bourino around the same time as their compatriots […]

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