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Holy Institution Panagia Soumela shared The Pappas Post's Monument to Pontian Genocide. ... See MoreSee Less

A new monument in Piraeus was unveiled in Alexandras Square, created by Panayiotis Tanimanidis, and called “Pyrrhic Flight." The sculpture is a tribute to the memory of those who perished during the Pontian Genocide and was funded by Greek businessman Evangelos Marinakis, owner of the Olympiacos soccer club. Outwardly, the sculpture resembles a huge wave that rises from one homeland, from Pontus, to the other, with everything, memories, traditions, imprints of the ancient presence of the Greeks in Pontus. Inside, the work is adorned with 17 sculptural compositions, successive icons depicting the flight of a “refugee bird” fleeing from Pontus to reach an unprepared homeland that sheltered the refugees’ dreams. Video by: Ypsilantio.gr

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The All Holy of Mt. Mela – Greek Orthodox Christian Monastery

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