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Archive - May 2013

May 25th

My sexual morality is none of your business

25 May 2013 / 12:05:22  
Our personal Ten Commandments in terms of sex can be found among planets in our fourth house, and our morale regarding sexual practices is formed during the first seven years of our lives and almost never changes radically


24 May 2013 / 21:05:11  
The governor of the Bank of Greece said that the local economy has decisively changed its course during the last year and this reflects positively on the country’s macroeconomic indicators.

May 24th

The root of Bulgarian literature and culture in Athens

24 May 2013 / 20:05:55  
GRReporter contacted Mimi Nicheva – a teacher of Bulgarian language and literature at the Bulgarian Sunday School “St. Cyril and Methodius” in Athens, so that she could share her thoughts on the celebration and tell us what it is like to be a teacher abroad

May 23rd

Photographic poem about Greece lost

23 May 2013 / 19:05:01  
A glimpse into the past through the exhibition "A Greek portfolio - 50 years later" by the American photographer of Greek origin Constantine Manos presented by the Benaki Museum in Athens from 22 May to 25 August.

Property prices will further drop next year

23 May 2013 / 18:05:54  
Owning a piece of paradise on earth is not only a privilege of Madonna, Tom Hanks or Angelina Jolie, especially after the decline in real estate prices. GRReporter has sought the expert opinion of the chairman of the body of sworn-in property valuers Babis Haralabopoulos to tell us whether the time has come for us to look for property in Greece.

The most interesting of Google I / O 2013

23 May 2013 / 16:05:30  
The annual conference Google I / O is the event at which the company presents its most innovative products and services and determines the development of many of the fields in which Google is the leader. Here is the most interesting from Google I / O 2013.

May 22nd

The crisis has ‘castrated’ the Greeks

22 May 2013 / 18:05:26  
Sexual activity in Greece has decreased by 34% compared to the period before the crisis and violence against women (physical, sexual and verbal) has increased by 47% as shown by the data of the Society for the Study of Human Sexuality, which was established in 1998.