Monday , April 12 2021

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Zakynthos:- Dionysios Solomos and the Hymn to Freedom.. Cosmote History celebrates with a documentary (Video)

Dionysios Solomos is considered as our national poet who wrote the Hymn to Freedom. However, there are a number of other reasons that justify this title. He is the first who consciously manages to create in a successful way, a pan-Hellenic language module understood by everyone. His contemporaries and literary …

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New cases of Covid reported on the island this afternoon

The General Hospital of Zakynthos announced a short time ago three new cases of Covid on the island. A 50 year old Zakynthian and his two sons 14 and 16 years old. They are close contacts with a previously known case. All three have mild symptoms and have started their …

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Zakynthos……. wishes from two talented artists

Poetry and Music, what better way to wish Zakynthians world wide a happy New Year. Zakynthos Informer heard the song and watched the video and wanted to pass on the wishes to all worldwide! We got in touch with the artist John Pantakis and asked him about the song. Although, …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 12 “Fugitive Pieces” by Anne Michaels

Welcome to Day Twelve of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s book is Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels Book Description Athos and I stood together on deck and looked across the water at the bright city. From this distance no one would guess the turmoil that had …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 11 “Margaritas Olive Press” by Rodney Sheilds

Welcome to Day Eleven of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s book is Margaritas Olive Press by Rodney Sheilds Book Description An enchanting true story of one man’s 20 year odyssey on the beautiful Greek island of Zakynthos. Dennis Potter was the first to enjoy early tales …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas day 10 “It’s all Greek at Sea” by Debbie Ward

Welcome to Day Ten of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s book is It’s all Greek at Sea by Debbie Ward Book Description After the year from hell, Sally and Mike decide that what they really need is a holiday, so they book themselves on a cruise …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 9 “Miracle at Zakynthos” by Deno Seder

Welcome to Day Nine of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s book is Miracle at Zakynthos by Deno Seder Book Description Nearly ninety percent of Greek Jews perished during the Holocaust. Most were killed at Auschwitz/Birkenau. But on the Ionian island of Zakynthos, the entire Greek Jewish …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 8 “Among the Olive Groves” by Chrissie Parker

Welcome to Day Eight of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s books are Among the Olive Groves and An Ionian Dream Wedding by Chrissie Parker Among the Olive Groves Book Description Elena Petrakis adores living on the Greek island of Zakynthos. When World War Two looms her …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 7 “Agapi Mou” by Donnie

Welcome to Day Seven of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer! Today’s book is Agapi Mou (My Beloved) by Donnie Book Description Agapi Mou (my beloved in Greek) is five stories told by five different people. Part love story, heartache and historical fiction this book engages the reader …

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The Twelve Books of Christmas Day 6 “My Map of you” by Isabelle Broom

Welcome to Day Six of the Twelve books of Christmas with Zakynthos Informer!   Today’s book is My map of you by Isabelle Broom Book Description. A holiday on the stunning Greek island of Zakynthos, with its perfect blue skies, white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, should be a …

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