Maybe you recently ordered a FIX beer in Greece? There are plenty of beers to choose from on the Greek market (Mythos, Alfa, …), but let’s have a look at the Fix beer, with its very interesting history, as well as its own building in center of Athens!

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Athens has something for every visitor! Apart from beautiful new museums, concert buildings, artistic metro stations, and roof gardens, Athens also has a  spectacular cultural landmark: the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre (SNFCC). Needless to say, a must-see, during your next Athens visit.
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The first day of April is traditionally established as the day that we fool the others or tell jokes. And also in Greek you can say “Καλή Πρωταπριλιά !” (Kali protaprilia) = Happy Fools’ Day! (The only difference is that in Greek you actually say “Happy First of April”!)
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Did you ever experience Greek Carnivale and Tsiknopempti in Greece? Usually the month of February is the carnivale month! Also in Greece, the carnival season lasts for 3 weeks during which period Greeks really enjoy themselves, organize many parties and eat a lot of meat!
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In spite of funding issues during the financial crisis in Greece, fortunately, the Greek cinema was still productive. This movie, “Ouzeri Tsitsanis”, which was released in December 2015, is based on the book by the same title, written by George Skarbadonis. The story takes place in Thessaloniki during the winter of 1942-’43. 
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Inspired by the statue of Athena Promakhos, protector of the Parthenon in antiquity, the movie ‘Promakhos’ centers on a story of two Greek lawyers fighting for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece. See the trailer, full of images of the Parthenon, Athens and the stunning Acropolis Museum!
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Let’ s read a myth about Athens and some real information about Greek olive oil!
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When Greek cinema meets the Greek literature the result is excellent! A very interesting Greek movie came out in December 2013 : the movie ‘Little England’ directed by Pantelis Voulgaris and based on the book by author Ioanna Karystiani. The book was first released in 1997 and won the State Prize.
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December is the most festive month of the year in Greece! Apart from Christmas we also have many other religious feasts and important Name days. In Greece, name days are more important than birthdays!
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There are many different museums across the world. Athens has a special museum, a museum dedicated to the Greek dance. What makes it special is that it is not just housed in a building. It is a living museum with dancers, lots of spectacle and a school providing courses, workshops and lectures. Here below more information about this museum and dancing group, founded by Dora Stratou.
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