Rhodes ARCHIVE


Deputy Secretary General of the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC)

9 September 2016
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I first visited Rhodes as a young girl in 1965. Before arriving, I had read Lawrence Durrell’s companion to the landscape of   Rhodes, “Reflections on a Marine Venus”.  My favorite passage from that book – “In Rhodes the days drop as softly as fruit from trees. Some belong to the dazzling ages of Cleobulus and ...

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Composer and guitarist

9 September 2016
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I was born and raised in Athens. My mother came from Rhodes and my grandfather from Naxos. My first contact with music was at the age of 8 when I started taking guitar lessons. The bouzouki won me over in 1964 and that’s how my involvement in the recording industry in Greece started, with great ...

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5 May 2016
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When I am looking at a magic smile under a blue summer hat, sitting with the sunshine reflected all around me, surrounded by white, yellow-hearted Frangipani, in front of walls that are hiding behind curls of lilac Bougainville and having coffee in the afternoon, then I am on Rhodes. When the rosy Rhodian pebbles on ...

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4 April 2016
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Rhodes holds a very special place in my heart! It was the reason why I got into long distance running and decided to compete in order to qualify for the Rio Olympics. My participation in the second Rhodes marathon was one of the most beautiful moments in my sporting career, a wonderful route by the ...

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