Alexander the Great, otherwise referred to as the “King of Kings” was born on July…
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Hagia Sophia was one of several great churches originally built by Constantine, the first Christian emperor and founder of the city of Constantinople. For almost 1,000 years Hagia Sophia remained the largest Greek Orthodox Christian church in the world.
Referred to as one of the darkest days in Greek history, the Fall of Constantinople took place on May 29, 1453, a battle that was part of the Byzantine-Ottoman Wars (1265-1453).
Greek-Albanian relations are in the forefront in recent days with the latter wanting to join…
Crowds were limited this year at many Anzac Day events due to COVID-19 restrictions, however many Australians still commemorated in their homes such as this lone musician who heralded the dawn with the Last Post at Narara on the NSW Central Coast.
It is estimated about 1.5 million Armenians, 900,000 Greeks, and up to 400,000 Christian Assyrians, were killed in the Armenian genocide – referred to by historians as a premeditated and systematic campaign to exterminate an entire people.