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Greece was Liberated by Security Council Resolution # 29

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Founder: The Protecting Breeze of Grecian Winds

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Most Nations: 599th
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Welcome to Greece, Birthplace of Western Civilization and Democracy. Greece was the first area in Europe where advanced early civilizations emerged, beginning with the Cycladic civilization on the Aegean Islands, the Minoan civilization in Crete and then the Mycenean civilization on the mainland. Enjoy our lovely islands, join in on some fine dancing and sip some Ouzo! Opa!

Regions:|Aegean Islands Central Greece Crete Epirus Ionian Islands Macedonia Peloponesse Thessaly Thrace|

Capital: Andros
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Greece contains 21 nations, the 599th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Cultured in Greece

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Greece is ranked 4,666th in the world for Most Cultured.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The City-States of Nikopolis of Nikolaos The GreatCivil Rights Lovefest“Knowledge, Wisdom, Prosperity”
2.The Secret Rite of The Eleusinian MysteriesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The Mysteries”
3.The Tropical Island Paradise of SpanikosNew York Times Democracy“No one should be unhappy in Spanikos”
4.The Liberation Front of Dimokratikos StratosLeft-wing Utopia“Dimokratikos Stratos Elladas (DSE)”
5.The Golden Dawn Showers of HelleneIron Fist Socialists“An' it harm none, do what ye will”
6.The Caffeineocracy of IasoniaAnarchy“Give us coffee or give us death”
7.The Enlightened Tsipouro Brewer of Defender of DemocracyInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Pushmanevo Tithen | Nenikekamen”
8.The Dual Monarchy of Sparta DominionPsychotic Dictatorship“Ḕ tā̀n ḕ ep ts!”
9.The Republic of HeilousCorporate Bordello“Freedom or Death”
10.The Philosopher-King of VisiphonCapitalist Paradise“What do I know?”
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Happy new year to everyone, hope everyone had a great night. We sure did..and were paying the price for it today. Damn that tequila and ouzo, not a great mix.

Ευτυχισμένο το νέο έτος!

We're glad to have re-established our settlement on the high points of greece during the dawn of a new year. The kings welcome our neighboring polis, and we hope we will be a valuable addition to Greece

xronia polla kai kali xronia se olous!!!!!

Post by Greek Istanbul suppressed by Defender of Democracy.

Shut up your favorite type of Islam Greece thingy

Does Greece celebrate Christmas on the Gregorian date or the Julian one?

Jason and the ArgonautsMabye I always forget but it also depends on which Christmas cause for us New Years is considered as a second Christmas

Greece goes by the Gregorian calendar. There might be some who still go by the old calendar. There's still some Orthodox Churches around the world which use the Julian calendar however. I know the Serbs for example have their Christmas on January 7th, and some still have their New Year the following week while others do ti the week before.

Defender of Democracy wrote:Greece goes by the Gregorian calendar. There might be some who still go by the old calendar. There's still some Orthodox Churches around the world which use the Julian calendar however. I know the Serbs for example have their Christmas on January 7th, and some still have their New Year the following week while others do ti the week before.

Yeah there's a lot of Ukrainian families here in Canada who celebrate it on the Julian date still. There's so many of them most people just call it Ukrainian Christmas.

Jason and the Argonauts wrote:Yeah there's a lot of Ukrainian families here in Canada who celebrate it on the Julian date still. There's so many of them most people just call it Ukrainian Christmas.

Same over here but with the Serbs instead.
And Orthodox Easter although celebrated by Serbs and others is just known as Greek Easter. New calendar Easter is known as Catholic or Aussie Easter.

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