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==Events==
 
==Events==
*[[1914]]: Damaging earthquakes strike [[Lefkada]].
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*[[1914]]: Damaging earthquakes strike [[Lefkada]], causing 16 fatalities.
 
*[[1919]]: The [[Treaty of Neuilly]] is signed; Greece acquires [[Thrace]] from Bulgaria.
 
*[[1919]]: The [[Treaty of Neuilly]] is signed; Greece acquires [[Thrace]] from Bulgaria.
 
*[[1921]]: [[Meletios Metaxakis]], Archbishop of North and South America, is elected Ecumenical Patriarch. Meletios was labeled a [[Venizelism|Venizelist]].
 
*[[1921]]: [[Meletios Metaxakis]], Archbishop of North and South America, is elected Ecumenical Patriarch. Meletios was labeled a [[Venizelism|Venizelist]].
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*[[1940]]: [[Maria Callas]] makes her first professional performance in the National Opera House, playing Beatrice in "Boccaccio".
 
*[[1940]]: [[Maria Callas]] makes her first professional performance in the National Opera House, playing Beatrice in "Boccaccio".
 
*[[1940]]: The [[Battle of Pogradec]] commences.
 
*[[1940]]: The [[Battle of Pogradec]] commences.
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*[[1969]]: Two Jordanians attack the offices of El Al in [[Athens]] with hand grenades, killing a Greek boy, Giorgos Nastos.
 
*[[1999]]: [[Kakhi Kakhiasvili]] wins 3 gold metals at 94 kg the World Weightlifting Championship games held in [[Athens]].
 
*[[1999]]: [[Kakhi Kakhiasvili]] wins 3 gold metals at 94 kg the World Weightlifting Championship games held in [[Athens]].
 
*[[2004]]: The relics of Saint [[Gregory Nazianzenus]] are returned to [[Constantinople]] by the Roman Catholic Church.
 
*[[2004]]: The relics of Saint [[Gregory Nazianzenus]] are returned to [[Constantinople]] by the Roman Catholic Church.
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===Sports===
 
===Sports===
 
*[[1963]]: The players of [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] walk off the pitch when the Bulgarian referee denies them an obvious penalty against [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]]. Olympiakos are awarded the match 2-0 (forfeit).
 
*[[1963]]: The players of [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] walk off the pitch when the Bulgarian referee denies them an obvious penalty against [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]]. Olympiakos are awarded the match 2-0 (forfeit).
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*[[1963]]: [[Cyprus National Football Team|Cyprus]] defeat [[National Football Team|Greece]] 3-1 in the first game ever played between the two teams. [[Mimis Papaioannou]] debuts with Greece.
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*[[2008]]: [[Olympiakos FC|Olympiakos]] humble Benfica 5-1 in the UEFA Cup.
  
 
==Births==
 
==Births==
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==Deaths==
 
==Deaths==
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*[[1984]]: [[Stelios Xefloudas]], writer.
 
*[[2003]]: [[Yiangos Pesmazoglou]], politician.
 
*[[2003]]: [[Yiangos Pesmazoglou]], politician.
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[[Category:Days]]
 
[[Category:Days]]

Latest revision as of 20:18, July 16, 2011

Events

Sports

  • 1963: The players of PAOK walk off the pitch when the Bulgarian referee denies them an obvious penalty against Olympiakos. Olympiakos are awarded the match 2-0 (forfeit).
  • 1963: Cyprus defeat Greece 3-1 in the first game ever played between the two teams. Mimis Papaioannou debuts with Greece.
  • 2008: Olympiakos humble Benfica 5-1 in the UEFA Cup.

Births

Deaths