A 'little' prick for me, a big sacrifice for the Greeks !

During a preventive check-up, my family doctor advised me to be vaccinated against hepatitis A, if I want to go to Greece for a longer period of time, in case I should want to eat seafood.So I was pricked. After all, I plan to eat octopus from morning to night. All the things you do„A 'little' prick for me, a big sacrifice for the Greeks !“ weiterlesen

Verena and … Hagios Dimitrios

  I also had to visit the church of Saint Dimitrios, the patron saint of Thessaloniki. The church also houses the tomb of the saint, and there was a line of people all the time who wanted to honor him. So no one should be fooled in my pictures, all churches that I visited were full„Verena and … Hagios Dimitrios“ weiterlesen

Verena and … Hagia Sofia

 As I said, if there is something that the Greeks are passionate about, it’s the churches. Although I am not Orthodox, but Protestant, I was very happy to see the churches. But I have to say, they are very ‚overloaded‘ at first sight. Meaning if you are used to the rather ’simple‘ Protestant churches. I„Verena and … Hagia Sofia“ weiterlesen

Verena and … Alexander, the Great

 The most famous Macedonian is undoubtedly Alexander, the Great. I’ve even read a poll on the internet, where it was regarded as the largest and most important Greeks even before Pythagoras. (Memo to myself: Search the poll on the internet). So he also has to be on my list …  Der wohl bekannteste Makedonier ist„Verena and … Alexander, the Great“ weiterlesen

Verena and … Agios Georgios

 If there is something the Greeks can’t get enough of, then obviously they are pharmacies (felt one every 5m) and Greek orthodox churches (one every 2.5m). So I picked out a few bigger ones before my trip that I really wanted to see. Agios Georgios was actually not part of this list, but rather belonged„Verena and … Agios Georgios“ weiterlesen

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