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An industrial walk in Thessaloniki!

What do you know about the industrial heritage of Thessaloniki? Have you ever visited the west side of the city? What are all these impressive buildings that look abandoned? What stories do they have to tell us? A walk in a less known but equally important area of Thessaloniki: the […]

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Moussakas!

What’s this famous Mussakàs that everyone is talking about? What are the eating habits of the Greeks? Mussakàs is an eggplant and/or potato-based dish, often including ground meat, which is common in the Balkan Peninsula and the Middle East, with many local and regional variations. Many versions have a top […]

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Ano Poli…and Rebetiko!

The north of Thessaloniki lies the Upper or Old Town, the only part of the city that survived the big fire of 1917. The Upper Town will make you feel as if time stood still. Υou will immediately be stricken by its unique style, so different from that of the […]

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Registrations are open!

As autumn has arrived, we are getting ready for a new, creative year with many surprises. We can’t wait to share with you all of our new ideas, as language teaching is for us something more than just memorising rules and words. We are inviting you to a tour in […]

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We learn Greek by dancing!

Greek dance is a very old tradition, mentioned by writers such as Plato, Aristotle, Plutarch and Lucian. There are different styles and variations from all the islands and the surrounding areas of the mainland. Each area created its own choreography and its own sounds that best match its temperament. There […]

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Visiting Rotonda…

Visiting Rotonda it’s not just another cultural activity. It’s a journey through the multicultural past of the city. It’s always a chance to teach Greek. It’s a cool and enjoyable stop when you drift into the city during the summer, as well. Rotunda, built in the early 4th century, is […]

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Walking through the old markets of our city…

Thessaloniki was always a multicultural, multiethnic and multilingual city with a lot of customs, religions, and recipes. For centuries, mainly Jews, Christians, Muslims, but also people from the Balkan peninsula and Europeans from nearly every corner of the continent used to live one next to the other sharing traditions and […]

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