SAVE UMER’S FUTURE

Umer is a young Pakistani who arrived in Greece two years ago. In two years time, he became an active member of the local community, supporting people in need and creating strong links with a lot of people in the city.  He was first living in the streets of Thessaloniki, and during that period he […]

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Jordan in January – 9 things to know before you go

20 Euro for a return ticket to Amman? Spontaneously, I just bought tickets for me and my friend who was visiting from the US. Before I went to Jordan – I did not know much about the country. I had some basic knowledge about Petra, Wadi Rum, Red Sea, Dead Sea, Mount Nebo, Amman. Decided […]

Top 5 of interesting concepts from CES 2020

What is CES ? Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is held in Las Vegas annually in January. This year more than 4,400 companies revealed their new products and technologies. Rollbot Charmin If laziness is one of your best features this is a must-have for you. Charmin is workingvia Bluetooth, able to carry the toilet paper on […]

When buildings speak: Las Incantadas

Rotonda, the Galerian Arch of Kamara or the celebrated White Tower. There are many landmarks worth of sightseeing in Thessaloniki that are intimately connected with its image. But for century a different one has amazed visitors as well as its residents, becoming the most prominent symbol of the city’s identity. Mirroring the multi-cultural, linguistic puzzle […]

75 years after Auschwitz

January 27th, 1945. The Red Army liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp. This was the chosen day to honor and remember the victims of the holocaust, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Jews, Soviet civilians and prisoners of war, Polish civilians, Sinti and Roma, Jehovah witnesses, criminals, homosexuals, and political opponents or from the resistance. These were […]

Break the childhood cycle

According to UNICEF, an estimated 151 million children around the world are victims of child labor. To get this reality out of the shadows, the ARSIS organization organized a performance on one of Thessaloniki’s main streets: Agias Sofias, on Thursday 16th of January.The participants, with white masks on their faces as an allegory of child […]

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Alcoy, ‘Christmas City’

Alcoy has the oldest Christmas Parade and one of the most beautiful. Illusion and hope are flying around the streets during this magical Christmas event in the Spanish city of Alcoy. The Three Kings Parade held on January 5th in Alcoy (Alicante, Spain) is considered to be the oldest in Spain and has been declared […]

Ano Poli: History in The City

Here we are, talking about our city: Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki has been home for many civilizations and cultures. Ano Poli is the most important area of Thessaloniki hosting these challenges. It is also the area where the history of Thessaloniki began. Ano Poli, which is a harmonious combination of historical buildings from the Byzantine and Ottoman […]

Women no longer stand in silence

As a part of a global movement, a feminist group created a demonstration here in Thessaloniki. It took place on the 22nd of December. The movement started in Chile as a protest towards the government and police for not taking action for victims of sexual assault. The collective that goes by the name Las Tesis […]