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Glyfada Mayor celebrates OXI (No) day with 800sqm Greek flag on Hymettus Mountain

Greek Mayor of Glyfada puts 800sqm flag on Hymttus mountain
Greek Flag on Hymettus mountain

With pride, up there on Mount Hymettus we put the Greek flag today!
Above the small church of Prophet Elias where it is visible from everywhere.
It is a tribute to the Greeks who sacrificed themselves in the ’40s, defending our homeland.
This year’s anniversary of OXI (‘No’) day is like no other.

We celebrate it in the middle of a pandemic, which does not allow for parades and festive events.
We celebrate it whilst Turkish aggression has exceeded all limits of audacity and provocation.

For all these reasons we wanted to do something special.
On our mountain, Hymettus we placed the Greek flag of 800 sq.m., which we see from every house.
Times are tough, but this time too we will make it.
Let us raise our heads and our flags with pride!

Here is his post from the Mayor of Glyfada Giorgos Papanikolaou

Με περηφάνεια και καμάρι, εκεί ψηλά στον Υμηττό βάλαμε σήμερα την ελληνική σημαία ! Πάνω από το εκκλησάκι του Προφήτη…

Posted by Giorgos Papanikolaou on Monday, October 26, 2020

 

 

With pride,  up there on Mount Hymettus we put the Greek flag today!
With pride, up there on Mount Hymettus we put the Greek flag today!
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