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Het restaurant “ Grieks restaurant Lithos ” zal open zijn op 1e en 2e kerstdag. 
Vrolijke feestdagen! 🎄☃️🍾🎉
https://www.greecearound.nl/restaurant/Lithos_Grieks_Specialiteiten 🌍
#GreeceAround #Greece #GreekEssence #grieksrestaurant #grieketen #greekproducts #greekcuisine #mediterraneandiet #mediterranean #greekfood #greekbusiness #greeks #greeksabroad #greekrestaurant
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You’re everything to me❤️ #sagapo #greeks
#stdionysius #church is the main worship place for #orthodox #Greeks in #kolonaki and an undisputed #landmark of the #city. Dedicated to St Dionysius #areopagus who is the protector of #Athens. Designed by #architect #Anastasios #orlandos and built between 1925 and 1931. It is a #crossstyle #temple which features distinct #neoclassical and #neobaroque elements. It is located on #skoufa st. #athensgram #athensstyle #history #byzantine #greece #orthodoxy #tradition #architecture #architecturephotography #athensdailyphoto #myathens #in_athens #athens_city
#stdionysius  #church  is the main worship place for #orthodox  #Greeks  in #kolonaki  and an undisputed #landmark  of the #city . Dedicated to St Dionysius #areopagus  who is the protector of #Athens . Designed by #architect  #Anastasios  #orlandos  and built between 1925 and 1931. It is a #crossstyle  #temple  which features distinct #neoclassical  and #neobaroque  elements. It is located on #skoufa  st. #athensgram  #athensstyle  #history  #byzantine  #greece  #orthodoxy  #tradition  #architecture  #architecturephotography  #athensdailyphoto  #myathens  #in_athens  #athens_city 
η επαφή, το άγγιγμα, αν είναι χάδι ή ενα σφιχτό κράτημα.
το καθένα μια σημασία.
χωρίς τον ήχο της  φωνής 
νιώθω τι θέλεις να μου πεις
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#greekquotess #greekquotes #greekquote #greekposts #greekpost #greeks #greekquoteoftheday #quote #quotes #στιχακια 
#ελληνικά #ελληνικα #ερωτας #αγαπη #χαμογελο #ματια #ελληνικαστιχακια #stixakia #ellinika #pou_na_exigo
η επαφή, το άγγιγμα, αν είναι χάδι ή ενα σφιχτό κράτημα. το καθένα μια σημασία. χωρίς τον ήχο της φωνής νιώθω τι θέλεις να μου πεις . #greekquotess  #greekquotes  #greekquote  #greekposts  #greekpost  #greeks  #greekquoteoftheday  #quote  #quotes  #στιχακια   #ελληνικά  #ελληνικα  #ερωτας  #αγαπη  #χαμογελο  #ματια  #ελληνικαστιχακια  #stixakia  #ellinika  #pou_na_exigo 
No thing compares to the wind in your hair, a baby in your belly, and ancient soil under your feet. #greece #free #feelgood #cherish #grateful #ancient #earth #ocean #throwback #jetsetter #nafplio #greeks
Is anyone else suddenly missing the unique comfort of YAYA's kouzina after seeing this wonderful ARAKAS by @eleni_saltas? 💛 (recipe link below & in her bio)
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*repost fron @eleni_saltas:
You want a peas of me?! 🤔 Why don’t you give peas a chance ✌🏼 and try this easy peasy recipe 😋 ok I’m done with the terrible puns, this delicious pea (arakas) recipe is on my blog (link in bio). Enjoy!
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https://elenisaltas.com/2016/10/31/chapter-twenty-nitsas-peas/
Is anyone else suddenly missing the unique comfort of YAYA's kouzina after seeing this wonderful ARAKAS by @eleni_saltas? 💛 (recipe link below & in her bio) . . *repost fron @eleni_saltas: You want a peas of me?! 🤔 Why don’t you give peas a chance ✌🏼 and try this easy peasy recipe 😋 ok I’m done with the terrible puns, this delicious pea (arakas) recipe is on my blog (link in bio). Enjoy! . . https://elenisaltas.com/2016/10/31/chapter-twenty-nitsas-peas/
Wooden Sculpture 
Handmade 
Available 
Anastasiadisdesign@gmail.com 
#handmade #decoration #art #wood #availability #creations #modernism #artisteer #gmail #greeks #interiordesign #com #d #sculpture #mykonosgreece
Facts😩💯@king_dawayne4515
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Read very carefully. The burden of shame falls on the man who's fooled by the same trick twice. Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians and the #Greeks. He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman emperor to be converted to #Christianity which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death.

He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. 
The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world.
• They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean.
• They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation.
• At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus.
• The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings.
Facts😩💯@king_dawayne4515 ・・・ Read very carefully. The burden of shame falls on the man who's fooled by the same trick twice. Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians  and the #Greeks . He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis  here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine  and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman  emperor to be converted to #Christianity  which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death. He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world. • They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean. • They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation. • At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus. • The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings.
A classic out of my lab. Started in 2009, and still going strong. Even though some try to mimic it, let's not forget where it started. 
#ineedastole #customgraduationstole #customstole #graduationsash #customsash #customprint #graduationstole #gradstole #greekstole #greeksash #greekgaduation #greeklife #greeks #fraternity #sorority #getaddicted #ineedthat
We are hosting All Greek Mental Health Panel this November 15th Thursday at 7pm to 9pm in Magic Auditorium. All Greek and friends are invited to attend.
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Event Description: Short Video then panel discussion. The panelists are a mix of RIT students, staff, and mental health professionals. —
#ifc #greeks #rit #rochester #ny #newyork #nys #fraternity
We are hosting All Greek Mental Health Panel this November 15th Thursday at 7pm to 9pm in Magic Auditorium. All Greek and friends are invited to attend. — Event Description: Short Video then panel discussion. The panelists are a mix of RIT students, staff, and mental health professionals. — #ifc  #greeks  #rit  #rochester  #ny  #newyork  #nys  #fraternity 
INTENSE TIMES in this Woggy Household, share, tag, comment if you lived like this! 😝 #Wogs #sons #daughters #italians #greeks #wogcomedy #woghumour #traditions #notallowed #woglife #ethnic #greek #papa #mamma #nonni #gotoyourroom #👌#🇮🇹#🇦🇺 #girls #boys
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Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians and the #Greeks. He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman emperor to be converted to #Christianity which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death.

He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. 
The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world.
• They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean.
• They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation.
• At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus.
• The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings.

Pagan spirituality was actually the sophisticated product of a highly developed culture.
Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians  and the #Greeks . He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis  here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine  and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman  emperor to be converted to #Christianity  which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death. He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world. • They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean. • They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation. • At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus. • The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings. Pagan spirituality was actually the sophisticated product of a highly developed culture.
Read very carefully. The burden of shame falls on the man who's fooled by the same trick twice. Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians and the #Greeks. He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman emperor to be converted to #Christianity which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death.

He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. 
The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world.
• They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean.
• They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation.
• At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus.
• The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings.

Pagan spirituality was actually the sophisticated product of a highly develope
Read very carefully. The burden of shame falls on the man who's fooled by the same trick twice. Ptolemy’s rule was to create a deity that would be worshipped by both the #Egyptians  and the #Greeks . He created “Serapis “, the made up Graeco-Egyptian god that was invented in the 3rd century B.C., portrayed as Greek in appearance, but with Egyptian accessories, representing both wealth and resurrection. “Egypt, which you commended to me my dearest Servianus, I have found to be wholly fickle and inconsistent and continually wafted about by every breath of fame. The worshippers of #Serapis  here are called Christians and those who are devoted to the god Serapis (I find) call themselves Bishops of Christ. Hadrian to Servianus 134 AD.” #Constantine  and Arius Constantine the Greek (a.k.a Constantine the Great) Roman Emperor from 306 to 337, is known for being the first #Roman  emperor to be converted to #Christianity  which strangely enough, Arius of Libya (256-356 AD) born of African descent centuries after Ptolemy 1, had a problem with the Roman empire teaching the Africans and the people of Rome to worship a statue and celebrating death. He was considered a heretic, a professed believer (of God), who maintains religious opinions contrary to those accepted by his or her church (what the religious authorities usually controlled by government deem as the truth). Because he started attracting so many followers due to his teachings that were contrary to the Romans, Constantine called the council by summoning all the bishops to discredit Arius, The Council of Nicaea. The Pagan Mysteries inspired the greatest minds of the ancient world. • They were practised in different forms by nearly every culture in the Mediterranean. • They comprised Outer Mysteries which were open to all and secret Inner Mysteries known only to those who had undergone a powerful process of mystical initiation. • At the heart of the Mysteries was the myth of a dying and resurrecting godman - Osiris- Dionysus. • The Inner Mysteries revealed the myths of Osiris- Dionysus to be spiritual allegories encoding spiritual teachings. Pagan spirituality was actually the sophisticated product of a highly develope
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Repost @fly2greece by @media.repost: Fly2Greece ❤❤❤❤ ^^^^^^^^^**^**^^^^^^^^^ pic.credits : @ale7.grassi 👏👏👏 . . We share photos of Greeks and Travelers who visited Greece!!! All of our photos are from Greece 🇬🇷 (beach and blues) %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% . . #ilovegreece  #reasonstovisitgreece  #greecetravelgr1_  #great_captures_greece  #igers_greece  #greecelover_gr  #great_greece  #igersgreece  #travel_drops  #greecestagram  #greece  #greece 🇬🇷 #ig_shotz  #loves_greece  #outdoorslife  #abandoned_greece  #meet_greece  #greekblue  #greeks  #unlimitedgreece  #abandonedplaces  #great_street_photos  #vintageinspired  #instahub  #travelguide  #beautifuldestinations  #landscapes  #europe_gallery  #photoview  #photooftheday  . . . %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Six days til #HighbytheBeach at #thetanknyc. The ancient #greeks got a lot right, but one thing they lacked, which ultimately led to their societal downfall, was the music of #lanadelrey. We're correcting that on Monday, November 19. This show has everybody: @brocnotcauli @patdun @metrotalipon @fetterwolf @colon.conniption @kevgoshdarn @lukaxs and more! Tickets still available...#linkinbio!
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#offoffbroadway #pleasebuytickets #struggling #help #fun #weed #lanadelweed #theweedyssey #howdoesthealgorithmworkagain #garmentdistrict #indietheatre #musicaltheatre #jukeboxmusical #mulchhorse
Six days til #HighbytheBeach  at #thetanknyc . The ancient #greeks  got a lot right, but one thing they lacked, which ultimately led to their societal downfall, was the music of #lanadelrey . We're correcting that on Monday, November 19. This show has everybody: @brocnotcauli @patdun @metrotalipon @fetterwolf @colon.conniption @kevgoshdarn @lukaxs and more! Tickets still available...#linkinbio ! . . . #offoffbroadway  #pleasebuytickets  #struggling  #help  #fun  #weed  #lanadelweed  #theweedyssey  #howdoesthealgorithmworkagain  #garmentdistrict  #indietheatre  #musicaltheatre  #jukeboxmusical  #mulchhorse 
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 My homies was tripping they where where throwing the hot coal balls in the air. And to everybody. Playing volley Ball and sshhisshh. Aye . I didn’t feel like doing it. I kept kicking it away I was Tooo!!!gone for that. Lol. But I’m only showing some of these scenes. The other ones too hood lol. 
#godbless #spiritual #greeks #gospel #stoneyflesh #hollywoood #glingglinggling #videos #vibes #rappers #entertainment #songs #trendingnow #newsfeed #momments #campfire #nature #drinking #jazzy #hoodaffairs #surf #rocknroll #volleyball #sports #comedy #latenights #smokedout
#bodyfitness #hiphop
+++++++$toney Fle$h+++++++ +++++++HollyWood+++++++ ++++GlinGGlinGGlinG ++++Records My homies was tripping they where where throwing the hot coal balls in the air. And to everybody. Playing volley Ball and sshhisshh. Aye . I didn’t feel like doing it. I kept kicking it away I was Tooo!!!gone for that. Lol. But I’m only showing some of these scenes. The other ones too hood lol. #godbless  #spiritual  #greeks  #gospel  #stoneyflesh  #hollywoood  #glingglinggling  #videos  #vibes  #rappers  #entertainment  #songs  #trendingnow  #newsfeed  #momments  #campfire  #nature  #drinking  #jazzy  #hoodaffairs  #surf  #rocknroll  #volleyball  #sports  #comedy  #latenights  #smokedout  #bodyfitness  #hiphop 
Tickets to our debut production are now available!
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zounds!
Written by: Veronika Gribanova
Directed by: Kevin Mejia
Featuring a cast of 18.
3 SHOWS ONLY!!!
November 30th - December 1st
Tickets to our debut production are now available! ⚡️ zounds! Written by: Veronika Gribanova Directed by: Kevin Mejia Featuring a cast of 18. 3 SHOWS ONLY!!! November 30th - December 1st
Despite telling my family not to bring me anything during their visit yesterday, it was against their nature to come empty-handed.
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Can't say I can complain about grandma's homemade cookies...
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(& the pots, knives, slippers, wine, feta cheese and love...😄)
Despite telling my family not to bring me anything during their visit yesterday, it was against their nature to come empty-handed. . Can't say I can complain about grandma's homemade cookies... . (& the pots, knives, slippers, wine, feta cheese and love...😄)
I'm blue 💙 ▪Paros 3/3 🇬🇷 ________________________________________________
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• ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΠΟΛΛΑ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ! • 🇬🇷 "Σ΄εσάς μένει να γιατρέψετε και να στολίσετε τον τόπο που εμείς λευτερώσαμε, για να γίνει αυτό πρέπει νά έχετε θεμέλια την Ομόνοια, τη Θρησκεία και τη φρόνιμη Λευτεριά" • (ο γέρος του ΜΩΡΙΑ) 🏛🕊 #greece #independeceday #greek #amazing #honor #heroes #travelphotography #proud #liberty #freedom #greeks #traveldiaries #athens #travel #photooftheday #greekpride #respect #travelawesome #greekorthodox #travelgram #unknownsoldier #instagood #cyprus #proudtobegreek #greekflag #wanderlust #revolution #ilovegreece #beautiful #picoftheday 🏹
• ΧΡΟΝΙΑ ΠΟΛΛΑ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ! • 🇬🇷 "Σ΄εσάς μένει να γιατρέψετε και να στολίσετε τον τόπο που εμείς λευτερώσαμε, για να γίνει αυτό πρέπει νά έχετε θεμέλια την Ομόνοια, τη Θρησκεία και τη φρόνιμη Λευτεριά" • (ο γέρος του ΜΩΡΙΑ) 🏛🕊 #greece  #independeceday  #greek  #amazing  #honor  #heroes  #travelphotography  #proud  #liberty  #freedom  #greeks  #traveldiaries  #athens  #travel  #photooftheday  #greekpride  #respect  #travelawesome  #greekorthodox  #travelgram  #unknownsoldier  #instagood  #cyprus  #proudtobegreek  #greekflag  #wanderlust  #revolution  #ilovegreece  #beautiful  #picoftheday  🏹