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The blue lagoon of Greece

6 February 2018,

… This place has its own different clock.
Here the time is measured according to the fish of each season and their growth…

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Pelion Confidential

1 February 2018,

It was a beautiful day in mid-October. Although the autumn had made its presence clear enough during the previous weeks,something which made the beautiful mountain of the Centaurs look very dark and melancholic, this year we were very lucky and the weather was absolutely summer-like.

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Winter stories Vol. 2

26 January 2018,

The short period of good weather during January and Februari is called in Greece “Days of the Alkyon”.
Why …?

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Stories behind the language Vol.2

22 January 2018,

“Who payed the bride” & why?
When we use to say so? (more…)

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Language stories

17 January 2018,

Sometimes the language is revealing in the ways and possibilities that it gives us to express ourselves.

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Peace & War in a world full of contradictions

17 January 2018,

Is there a work of art to which 130 verses of one of the most famous poems in the world were dedicated?

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Stories behind the language

15 January 2018,

It’s not a secret, of course, that the pomegranate is connected with symbolisms and many more traditions around the world, also in Greece.

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meze

Everything You Need to Know About Greek Mezedes

28 December 2017,

​Mezedakia are more a concept than an established array of dishes. These small plate foods can be eaten as a main course or an appetizer. It all depends on how they’re served!

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Cyprus Commandaria: The wine of kings!

28 December 2017,

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Cyprus is home to the oldest wine produced in the world.

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Milia: the hidden village of Chania

25 October 2021,

A few kilometers out of Chania, on a slope of Kissamos, hidden among the mountains, lies a village pulled out of another era. On Milia there is no electricity and no cars. Not because they have not reached there, but by choice.

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Women and their role in ancient Greece and Rome

14 January 2022,

How women were perceived in Ancient Greece has been a subject of much fascination amongst historians. Part of the fascination lies in the contrast between two of the most prominent city-states – Athens and Sparta. Athens didn’t look as favorably upon women as Sparta did.

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Red Easter eggs: What are the hidden symbolisms and why are they red?

28 December 2017,

One of the most popular Easter customs is the painting of the eggs on Holy Thursday. May be in recent years the eggs are painted in different colors, though the tradition wants them red. It is a fact that there were colored eggs in antiquity, in Rome, in Greece, China, Egypt, as gifts at spring […]

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Words of wisdom from a wine-drinker

28 December 2017,

A bit of wine, a bit of sea and my boyfriend … as an old Greek song says! No coincidence, of course, since wine is inextricably linked with the Greek tradition and diet. The fact that Greece was by tradition an agricultural society is certainly not without importance.

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Our Mission

25 December 2017,

Lato as a concept was born out of our love for Greece but her existence and her upward path she owes exclusively to the love of the Dutch for Greece.

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Our Vision

24 December 2017,

Our vision is to become a cultural platform where everyone could bring and show his work as a piece of Greek culture , whether he is professional or not. Following the African saying: If you want to go fast travel alone if you want to go far, travel with company,

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Our Values

24 December 2017,

PASSION There is no success without passion.

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