Article published in the local newspaper about the OURINHE Erasmus + meeting in Greece.
Drystone Walls Are Handmade Wonders Made from the simplest of materials following techniques passed down through the centuries, the walls that have shaped Greece’s landscapes are true treasures. These masterpieces of folk architecture, crafted using the simplest of materials, invariably enrich the environment, turning rugged landscapes into cultivatable, fertile land. In 2015, drystone construction was … Read moreDRYSTONE WALL, LTTA in Greece
The ‘omphalos’ (center) of the earth
Selling old age The bazaar was recorded in the tradition of our country, and our folklore involved it with stories and narratives, usually fantastic, such as those described below: For a long time, the 82-year-old Nikos was thinking of going to the bazaar to sell his old age and buy youth. So, from the dawn … Read moreOral Myths, LTTA in Greece
Georgios Karaiskakis Georgios Karaiskakis was a famous Greek military commander and a leader of the Greek War of Independence. He lived and died as a mythos, fighting for liberty. Georgios Karaiskakis was born in 1780 in Mavromati, Karditsa, and he was the child of the relationship between the fighter Dimitris Karaiskos and the nun Zois … Read moreOral Myths, LTTA in Greece
A Wonderful Story of the Holy Week of 1947 Nialas’ neck It’s been just 70 years since the wonderful story that unfolded on April 12-13, 1947, in the midst of the tragic civil war, which took place in Greece after the second world war between 1946-1949. It was then Holy Week. The amazing case happened … Read moreOral Myths, LTTA in Greece