- Greek Farmers Take Up Fishing in Flooded Farmlands of Serres
- Many seized the opportunity to go fishing and get a good fishing catch, as the river Strymonas brought a lot of fish from Kerkini lake, Greece . You can even see fish at the edges of the fields,” he said.
- Amphipolis Tomb May Belong to Alexander the Great's Mother
- They believe the tomb was originally crowned by a 16-foot-tall marble statue known as the Lion of Amphipolis, which was discovered a few miles away in the bed of the Strymonas River in 1912. Speculation has been running wild as to the occupant of the ...
- Tomb Dating From the Time of Alexander the Great Found in Northern Greece
- Archaeologists believe the 16-foot-tall marble Lion of Amphipolis, which was discovered a few miles away in the bed of the Strymonas River in 1912, once crowned the massive grave.
- Exhibition opens on Greek Jewish wartime resistance against Nazis
- In the summer he escaped with his cousin, Binio Mevorach, swam across the Strymonas river and arrived in a Kavala that had been emptied of it Jews. It is unclear how Leon fled to Athens and how on night of Yom Kippur in 1943 he found himself alongside ...
- Σε απόγνωση οι αγρότες στις Σέρρες από τις καταστροφές που προκαλεί ο Στρυμόνας
- Τίποτα δεν φαίνεται ικανό να συγκρατήσει τα ορμητικά νερά του Στρυμόνα, που πλημμυρίζουν το ένα μετά το άλλο τα χωράφια στον νοτιοανατολικό κάμπο των Σερρών. Η εικόνα θυμίζει... ντόμινο, με τα αναχώματα να σπάνε το ένα μετά το άλλο, ανοίγοντας νέες ...
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