Athens hosted an evening dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Great Patriotic War

At 9 pm on June 21, in the Kallithea area, near the monument to the Soviet soldier, an evening of “Memory and Sorrow” was held with the participation of Russian schools and children’s groups in the city of Athens.

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Monday, June 21, 2021

80 years ago, on the night of June 21-22, the Great Patriotic War began.

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Monday, June 21, 2021

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Monday, June 21, 2021

Musical and poetic composition performed by pupils of the “Russian Certificate” school.

Pupils of the “Merry Notes” school Maxim Afentulidis and Anastasia Kenuryu told stories about the young heroes Vita Korobkov and Zina Portnova.

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The song “Wide is my native land” was performed by Sofia Georgiadi, a student of the “Genius” school.

Pupils of the Lyra school Vladimir Metaksas and Agapi Kheli spoke about the young heroes of the Second World War, Marat Kozei and Valya Kotik.

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Lena Ksandopulu recited the poem “My great-grandfather”.

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Monday, June 21, 2021

Children with candles in their hands spent a minute of silence dedicated to the memory of the victims of the war.

Posted by Pavlo Onoyko on Monday, June 21, 2021





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