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1918 Bukoleon Sarayı-Bukoleon Sarayı - 1930 lar (N. V. Artamonoff)  İstanbul'da, tarihî yarımadanın Marmara Denizi kıyısında bugünkü Cankurtaran ile Kumkapı arasındaki Çatladıkapı mevkiinde, Küçük Ayasofya'nın hemen doğusunda bulunan ve bugüne yalnızca kalıntıları ulaşmış olan Bizans sahilsarayı.

1918 Bukoleon Sarayı-Bukoleon Sarayı - 1930 lar (N. V. Artamonoff) İstanbul'da, tarihî yarımadanın Marmara Denizi kıyısında bugünkü Cankurtaran ile Kumkapı arasındaki Çatladıkapı mevkiinde, Küçük Ayasofya'nın hemen doğusunda bulunan ve bugüne yalnızca kalıntıları ulaşmış olan Bizans sahilsarayı.

Pierre Tremaux, Bukoleon Sarayı Kalıntıları, 1850

The palace of Boukoleon cent) in Constantinople. Ancient Monument on the Wall, Facing the Marmara Sea. Photo taken at showing the central facade of the palace before its demolition.

Κυκλάδες - Νικεντρέ

Κυκλάδες - Νικεντρέ

Περιστερούδα, Ν. Πιερίας (Χοροστάσι, "Αλέξανδρος")

Περιστερούδα, Ν. Πιερίας (Χοροστάσι, "Αλέξανδρος")

Itia

this is so very super nice - a japanese dance group in a killer performance of a greek dance.

Μεσσαρίτικος Συρτός, Κύθηρα (Χοροστάσι)

Μεσσαρίτικος Συρτός, Κύθηρα (Χοροστάσι)

Χοροί απο τη Ναξο απο τον Χορευτικο Πολιτιστικο Συλλογο Καλλιθεας ''Σίδες''

Χοροί απο τη Ναξο απο τον Χορευτικο Πολιτιστικο Συλλογο Καλλιθεας ''Σίδες''

Χορευτικό Δαμαριώνα Νάξου, Κοτσάκια

Χορευτικό Δαμαριώνα Νάξου, Κοτσάκια

Κοτσάκια Νάξου - Kotsakia, which is also called Kotsakia Fanerono, originated in the Cycladic islands of Naxos, specifically in villages of Komiaki or Koronidas Its accompanying music was usually sung a cappella by the dancers. Occasionally instruments, like the “tsampouna” and the “doumpaki”, were added to the song as well. Today, the music is most often heard played by the violin and the “laouto”, which are more familiar sounds. It is not as widespread as other dances of the island.

Κοτσάκια Νάξου - Kotsakia, which is also called Kotsakia Fanerono, originated in the Cycladic islands of Naxos, specifically in villages of Komiaki or Koronidas Its accompanying music was usually sung a cappella by the dancers. Occasionally instruments, like the “tsampouna” and the “doumpaki”, were added to the song as well. Today, the music is most often heard played by the violin and the “laouto”, which are more familiar sounds. It is not as widespread as other dances of the island.

Πόντιος ευζονας

A soldier of the Greek Presidential Guard wearing the traditional, Pontian Greek costume. The Unknown Soldier Memorial in Athens, Greece.

Pontian Greek ladies costume

Traditional festive costumes of the Greek-Orthodox inhabitants from the Pontos region (Black Sea coast and hinterland).

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