The Hellenic Air Accident Investigation and Aviation Safety Board (AAIASB, ΕΔΑΑΠ) is the air accident investigation agency of Greece. Its head office is in Building 221 on the former United States Air Force base in Ellinikon, Elliniko–Argyroupoli. It also has an office in Office 1311, Building 11 on the property of Athens International Airport in Spata."." () Air Accident Investigation and Aviation Safety Board. Retrieved on 20 June 2011. "Address for Correspondence & Unit Address: AIR ACCIDENT... read more
Spata-Artemida () is a municipality in the East Attica regional unit, Attica, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the town Spata. Greece Ministry of Interior ==Municipality==The municipality Spata–Artemida was formed at the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the following 2 former municipalities, that became municipal units:==Economy==Olympic Air has its headquarters at Athens International Airport in Spata."." () Olympic Air. 2012. Retrieved on 6 April 2013. "The arrival ceremony... read more
The Greek Operation (, translit. Grecheskaya Operatsiya; ) was an organised mass persecution of the 450,000 Greeks of the Soviet Union that was ordered by Joseph Stalin. Greeks often use the term "pogrom" (πογκρόμ) for this persecution, though this term usually refers to mob violence rather than persecution by police acting under direct orders, as this one was., ''ΕΛΛΑΔΑ'', 09.12.2007 It began on December 15, 1937 and marked the beginning of the repressions against Greeks went on for... read more
Spata (), is a town east of Athens, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Spata-Artemida, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. Greece Ministry of Interior ==Geography and economy==Spata is situated in the middle of the Mesogaia plain, east of mount Hymettus and west of the Aegean Sea coast. Athens International Airport ("Eleftherios Venizelos") covers the eastern portion of Spata. It is located southeast of Pallini, southwest of Rafina, west of Artemida... read more
Eleni Avlonitou (, born 22 October 1958, in Athens) is a former Greek swimming champion, ergophysiologist and politician of the Coalition of the Radical Left (Syriza). Since 2014, she has been a Member of the Hellenic Parliament.== Swimming career ==Eleni Avlonitou began her swimming career at the relatively late age of 10 at Ethnikos Gymnastikos Syllogos of Athens, one of the oldest sports clubs in Greece. Her entry into the club coincided with the hiring of the famed Greek swimming coach Giorgos... read more
Greece 's first postal service was founded in 1828, at the time of Greek independence from the GreeceOttoman Empire . This initial service continued mail delivery and, later, the issuing of GreeceOttoman Empirepostage stamps until 1970. It was then succeeded by the GreeceOttoman Empirepostage stampsHellenic Post S.A. (abbreviated ΕΛΤΑ), which remains Greece's official postal provider. The first Greek stamps (known as " GreeceOttoman Empirepostage stampsHellenic PostLarge Hermes head s")... read more
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