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Transcript of greece
about 7% of marbles produced in the world are from Greece
GREECES CAPTIAL CITY
GOOD MORING - KAILA-MERA
GOOD NIGHT -KAILA-NEEK-TA
HOW ARE YOU-TI KA-NE-TE?
YOUR WELCOME -EF -HARI-STO
PLEASED TO MEET- YOU-HARI-KA POU SAS GNO-RI-SSA
With military parades all over the country, the Greeks celebrate the day they declared the Revolutionary War against the Turks, on March 25th, 1821.
The Greek Independence Day
Greece's CAPTAL CITY IS
Perhaps it would be best if we started this topic by answering the question, "what do Greeks eat?" The answer of course would be: Greek food!
Being at the crossroads between east and west, Greek cuisine has been infused with the best of both worlds. Some of the most eclectic tastes from the west balance against some of the more raw and upbeat tastes from the east on Greek tables.
The main ingredient you will probably find in just about every Greek dish is olive oil. Olive oil is the energy food that fueled a splendid civilization in ancient times, and the one item that every Greek home cannot be without.
sports played is Greece
The Greek national football[soccer] team is a four-time UEFA European Championship winner (1980, 2004, 2008, and 2012) and a one-time FIFA Confederations Cup winner (2005). Greece also considered as on of the powerhouse for basketball
popular sports in Greece
The flag of Greece popularly referred to as the "sky-blue-white" or the "blue-white" officially recognized by Greece as one of its national symbols, is based on nine equal horizontal stripes of blue alternating with white.
This is Greece flag
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