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Alex Sakalis
Europe and its eccentricities | Former Europe Editor , now freelancer with words in BBC, The Economist, The Guardian etc
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Alex Sakalis 2h
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Better than the massive DUX written on a hill in Rieti
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No cash? Just pay in olive oil
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Alex Sakalis 14h
Best time of the year in Greece!
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Alex Sakalis Nov 26
The village of Nymfes, Corfu
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Jo Maugham Nov 25
"How I was cancelled": read all about it in the Mail, the Telegraph, UnHerd, the Times, the Spectator...
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Alex Sakalis Nov 25
Port of Santorini, early 20th century and now
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Alex Sakalis Nov 24
Agioi Douloi, Corfu. Photo by Ernestos Vitouladitis
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Alex Sakalis Nov 24
Gorizia/Gorica in Italy and Goritsa/Γκοριτσά in Greece. From the Isonzo in the north to the Peloponnese in the south, this slavic toponym meaning 'little hill' can be found in every corner of the Balkans
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Kapka Kassabova Nov 23
Some of us writers of place on the wondrous Writer's World of Jan Morris and why it will continue to shape and delight writers and readers into the future.
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Alex Sakalis Nov 23
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A pretty place in the Greek Macedonian hinterlands today
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Alex Sakalis Nov 23
The village of Arnissa/Ostrovo in 1912/1913 around the time it was captured by Greece in the Balkan Wars
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Alex Sakalis Nov 23
The road to Sokraki (Corfu, Greece)
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Sarah Souli Nov 22
Greece did not see its first centres for abused women until 2011- 30 years after other EU countries. And they are financed with EU funds. "The state has not yet spent a single cent to support women," said Sissy Vovou.
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Alex Sakalis Nov 22
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Alex Sakalis Nov 22
Syros, 1865 and now
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Abby Young-Powell Nov 22
I'm looking to talk to postgrad psychology students and lecturers for the Guardian. Is that you? DM's open or email abbymyp@gmail.com for more info!
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Alex Sakalis Nov 22
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Alex Sakalis Nov 21
Listening to this in honour of Jan Morris....Com'è bello far l'amore da Trieste in giù
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