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Archive - Jul 2014

July 7th

A Crocodile Has Been Spotted on Crete Island

06 July 2014 / 22:07:04  
The crocodile, which is allegedly 2 metres long, has appeared near the dam of Rethymno and was spotted by chance by a patrol of the fire service.

Summer Sales Starting from July 15th

06 July 2014 / 21:07:56  
On Tuesday, 15th July, the first summer discounts start and, according to market expectations, in many stores, they will surpass 50 percent the very first day.

July 6th

Amorgos, Luc Besson’s Island

06 July 2014 / 09:07:02  
The easternmost Cycladic island is 219 km from Piraeus, its coastal length being 112 km. The wild charm of the mountains and green valleys are an incredibly beautiful combination.

Lower but More Fines Prevent Accidents on the Road

05 July 2014 / 22:07:33  
Greek drivers want ... their traffic policemen back. The strong presence of the latter and higher fines for violations committed by non-conforming drivers, has led to fewer accidents.

July 5th

The Greek Government Mobilises Striking DEI Employees

05 July 2014 / 16:07:31  
The Greek government proceeded with a civil mobilisation of employees working for the Public Power Corporation (DEI) after the refusal of union employees to comply with the court's decision according to which their strike is against law.

July 4th

Journey in the first museum of gastronomy

04 July 2014 / 20:07:18  
The museum is located in the picturesque Psiri neighbourhood in the centre of Athens and is housed in a beautiful building, built in neoclassical style in 1890.

live No power cuts during the day, but perhaps in the evening

04 July 2014 / 14:07:03  
The Greek parliamentary commission for trade and production approved in the first reading the bill on the partial privatization of the Greek national electricity company and it is now considering it in the second reading.