Πέμπτη, 11 Σεπτεμβρίου 2014

HUGE Macedonian tomb discovered in Amfipoli-Greece







Archaeologists excavating an ancient mound in northern Greece have uncovered what appears to be the entrance to an important tomb from about the end of the reign of warrior-king Alexander the Great, officials said Tuesday.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, who visited the tightly-guarded site Tuesday, said the discovery "is clearly extremely important" and dates between 325-300 BC.
Alexander, who started from the northern Greek region of Macedonia to build an empire stretching as far as India, died in 323 BC and was buried in Egypt. His fellow royals were traditionally interred in a cemetery near Vergina, far to the west, where the lavishly-furnished tomb of Alexander's father, Philip II, was discovered in the 1970s.
But archaeologists believe the apparently unlooted Amphipolis grave, which is surrounded by a surprisingly long and well-built wall with courses of marble decorations, may have belonged to a senior ancient official.
Excavator Katerina Peristeri has argued that the mound was originally topped by a large stone lion that was unearthed a century ago some 5 kilometers from the site. In the past, the lion has been associated with Laomedon of Mytilene, one of Alexander's military commanders who became governor of Syria after the king's death.

SOURCE :THE TELEGRAPH 

Thessaloniki International Fair Thessaloniki 2014

 

 

Thessaloniki International Fair Thessaloniki

International fair The Thessaloniki International Fair is one of the largest fairs of Greece. It is divided into several thematic structures and open for trade visitors as well as consumers. Many cultural and entertainment events conducted during the fair transform it into a great festival.
The Thessaloniki International Fair will take place on 9 days from Saturday, 06. September to Sunday, 14. September 2014 in Thessaloniki.

more details  http://www.tradefairdates.com/Thessaloniki-International-Fair-M5582/Thessaloniki.html

Τετάρτη, 20 Αυγούστου 2014

Shortlist World Mayor 2014 Vote now - YANIS BUTARIS IS CANDIDANDE

 

Shortlist World Mayor 2014
Vote now - Every vote counts

Voting is now taking place for the winner of the 2014 World Mayor Prize and the runner-ups. You are invited to vote by email - from the list of 26 finalists below - for the mayor you believe most worthy of the Prize and comment on his or her achievements but also, if you wish, on his or her shortcomings. Please describe, preferably in English, why the mayor you voted for deserves to win the World Mayor Prize. Voting closes in October 2014.

PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR CANDIDATE NOW 
Finalists
North America

• Mayor of Calgary, Canada
• Mayor of Houston, USA
• Mayor of Oklahoma City, USA
• Mayor of Sacramento, USA

Latin America
• Mayor of Belo Horizonte, Brazil
• Mayor of Guatemala City, Guatemala
• Mayor of Monteria, Colombia
• Mayor of Sucre, Venezuela

Europe
• Mayor of Ghent, Belgium
• Mayor of Bordeaux, France
• Mayor of Jena, Germany
• Mayor of Thessaloniki, Greece
• Mayor of Lampedusa, Italy
• Mayor of Riga, Latvia
• Mayor of Ribera de Arriba, Spain
• Mayor of Bristol, UK
• Mayor of Liverpool, UK

Asia
• Mayor of Surabaya, Indonesia
• Mayor of Haifa, Israel
• Mayor of Iloilo City, Philippines
• Mayor of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
• Mayor of Seoul, South Korea
• Mayor of Izmir, Turkey

Australia
• Mayor of Sydney, Australia

Africa
• Mayor of Victoria, Seychelles
• Mayor of Mangaung, South Africa

The City Mayors board of fellows will choose the winner and two runner-ups based on the number of email votes received and the strength and passion of supporting testimonials. The organisers believe that the persuasiveness of argument is as important as the number of votes. This ensures that a ‘good’ mayor from a smaller city can compete on equal terms with a mayor from a large metropolis. All 26 shortlisted mayors will be asked to agree to the City Mayors' Code of Ethics.

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North America

Mayor Naheed Nenshi, Calgary, Canada
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Mayor Annise Parker, Houston, USA
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Mayor Mick Cornett, Oklahoma City, USA
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Mayor Kevin Johnson, Sacramento, USA
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Latin America

Mayor Marcio Lacerda, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
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Mayor Álvaro Arzú, Guatemala City, Guatemala
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Mayor Carlos Eduardo Correa, Monteria, Colombia
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Mayor Carlos Ocariz, Sucre, Venezuela
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Europe

Mayor Daniel Termont, Ghent, Belgium
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Mayor Alain Juppé, Bordeaux, France
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Mayor Albrecht Schröter, Jena, Germany
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Mayor Yiannis Boutaris, Thessaloniki, Greece
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Mayor Giusy Nicolini, Lampedusa, Italy
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Mayor Nils Usakovs, Riga, Latvia
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Mayor José Ramón García, Ribera de Arriba, Spain
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Mayor George Ferguson, Bristol, UK
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Mayor Joe Anderson, Liverpool, UK
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Asia

Mayor Tri Rismaharini (Risma), Surabaya, Indonesia
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Mayor Yona Yahav, Haifa, Israel
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Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog, Iloilo City, Philippines
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Mayor Hani Mohammad Aburas, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Mayor Park Won-soon, Seoul, South Korea
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Mayor Aziz Kocaoglu, Izmir, Turkey
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Australia

Mayor Clover Moore, Sydney, Australia
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Africa

Mayor Jacqueline Moustache, Victoria, Seychelles
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Mayor Thabo Manyoni, Mangaung, South Africa
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Κυριακή, 27 Απριλίου 2014

the Music Academy Eurovision and Thessaloniki concert in White tower



On the 26th of the month at 8 pm , the Music Academy Eurovision - and Thessaloniki European Youth Capital 2014 held in the White Tower concert of the winners and participants of the competitions Eurovision junior, Voice junior, New Wave junior.The concert is part of the Second International Youth Festival - Contest "Paradise Holiday", which takes place in Porto Carras Resort in Halkidiki from section Active Mice group Mouzenidis and music production center "Paradiz" of Ukraine . The competition involved more than 300 talented children , 5-18 years old , from Greece , Russia , Ukraine , Italy , Norway , Belarus , Kazakhstan , Georgia , Romania and Finland . The Festival is supported by the municipality of Thessaloniki and the agency Mouzenidis Travel.

Κυριακή, 23 Φεβρουαρίου 2014

Greek City Thessaloniki, European City of the Future 2014




The annual competition organized by the Financial Times’ FDI magazine (Foreign Direct Investments), declared Thessaloniki, northern Greece, to be the best European city of the future for 2014 in terms of human resources and lifestyle.
About 470 locations including 46 medium-sized cities participated in the competition “European Cities of the Future 2014,” the results of which were announced on February 15.
The Greek city Thessaloniki became the “Best Mid-Sized city for human capital and lifestyle” ranking first among 46 other medium-sized towns. The criteria for this category included the labor of the city, the level of education, the number of universities, the students, the quality of life as well as the number of doctors in the city. The FDI magazine introduced the parameter of both the city’s and the wider region’s population to the competition.
This is an important distinction with international scope for the city of Thessaloniki. “This is further confirmation of the extroversion in which the municipalities and the city’s businesses invest. It is a confirmation of the level of the city’s universities and private schools,” noted the Deputy Mayor of Finance and Entrepreneurship of Thessaloniki, Chasdai Capon.
Criteria sorted into broader categories are taken into consideration at the FDI’s competition for European cities. Some of these categories are the dynamics of the city’s economy, the workplaces, the human resources, the municipality’s friendliness to the businesses as well as the strategic promotion of foreign direct investments.

See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/02/18/greek-city-thessaloniki-european-city-of-the-future-2014/#sthash.pemJib4k.dpuf




Greek City Thessaloniki, European City of the Future 2014

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thessalonikiThe annual competition organized by the Financial Times’ FDI magazine (Foreign Direct Investments), declared Thessaloniki, northern Greece, to be the best European city of the future for 2014 in terms of human resources and lifestyle.
About 470 locations including 46 medium-sized cities participated in the competition “European Cities of the Future 2014,” the results of which were announced on February 15.
The Greek city Thessaloniki became the “Best Mid-Sized city for human capital and lifestyle” ranking first among 46 other medium-sized towns. The criteria for this category included the labor of the city, the level of education, the number of universities, the students, the quality of life as well as the number of doctors in the city. The FDI magazine introduced the parameter of both the city’s and the wider region’s population to the competition.
This is an important distinction with international scope for the city of Thessaloniki. “This is further confirmation of the extroversion in which the municipalities and the city’s businesses invest. It is a confirmation of the level of the city’s universities and private schools,” noted the Deputy Mayor of Finance and Entrepreneurship of Thessaloniki, Chasdai Capon.
Criteria sorted into broader categories are taken into consideration at the FDI’s competition for European cities. Some of these categories are the dynamics of the city’s economy, the workplaces, the human resources, the municipality’s friendliness to the businesses as well as the strategic promotion of foreign direct investments.
- See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/02/18/greek-city-thessaloniki-european-city-of-the-future-2014/#sthash.pemJib4k.dpuf


Greek City Thessaloniki, European City of the Future 2014

by -
thessalonikiThe annual competition organized by the Financial Times’ FDI magazine (Foreign Direct Investments), declared Thessaloniki, northern Greece, to be the best European city of the future for 2014 in terms of human resources and lifestyle.
About 470 locations including 46 medium-sized cities participated in the competition “European Cities of the Future 2014,” the results of which were announced on February 15.
The Greek city Thessaloniki became the “Best Mid-Sized city for human capital and lifestyle” ranking first among 46 other medium-sized towns. The criteria for this category included the labor of the city, the level of education, the number of universities, the students, the quality of life as well as the number of doctors in the city. The FDI magazine introduced the parameter of both the city’s and the wider region’s population to the competition.
This is an important distinction with international scope for the city of Thessaloniki. “This is further confirmation of the extroversion in which the municipalities and the city’s businesses invest. It is a confirmation of the level of the city’s universities and private schools,” noted the Deputy Mayor of Finance and Entrepreneurship of Thessaloniki, Chasdai Capon.
Criteria sorted into broader categories are taken into consideration at the FDI’s competition for European cities. Some of these categories are the dynamics of the city’s economy, the workplaces, the human resources, the municipality’s friendliness to the businesses as well as the strategic promotion of foreign direct investments.
- See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/02/18/greek-city-thessaloniki-european-city-of-the-future-2014/#sthash.pemJib4k.dpuf
Greek City Thessaloniki, European City of the Future 2014
thessaloniki
The annual competition organized by the Financial Times’ FDI magazine (Foreign Direct Investments), declared Thessaloniki, northern Greece, to be the best European city of the future for 2014 in terms of human resources and lifestyle.
About 470 locations including 46 medium-sized cities participated in the competition “European Cities of the Future 2014,” the results of which were announced on February 15.
The Greek city Thessaloniki became the “Best Mid-Sized city for human capital and lifestyle” ranking first among 46 other medium-sized towns. The criteria for this category included the labor of the city, the level of education, the number of universities, the students, the quality of life as well as the number of doctors in the city. The FDI magazine introduced the parameter of both the city’s and the wider region’s population to the competition.
This is an important distinction with international scope for the city of Thessaloniki. “This is further confirmation of the extroversion in which the municipalities and the city’s businesses invest. It is a confirmation of the level of the city’s universities and private schools,” noted the Deputy Mayor of Finance and Entrepreneurship of Thessaloniki, Chasdai Capon.
Criteria sorted into broader categories are taken into consideration at the FDI’s competition for European cities. Some of these categories are the dynamics of the city’s economy, the workplaces, the human resources, the municipality’s friendliness to the businesses as well as the strategic promotion of foreign direct investments.
- See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/02/18/greek-city-thessaloniki-european-city-of-the-future-2014/#sthash.pemJib4k.dpuf

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