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  • East - and Westgermany

    As a consequence of the World War 2 Germany was divided in two global blocs, the East and the West, by a huge wall. The cold war devided Germany in the Allies in the Federal Republic of Germany (FGR) and the Germany Democratic Republic (GDR). The Berlin Wall existed from 1961 to 1989.
  • First German Chancellor "Konrad Adenauer"

    First German chancellor "Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer" * 5. Januar 1876 in Cologne; † 19. April 1967 in Rhöndorf.
    He was a statesman who served as the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany from 15th September to 11th October 1963.
    He was one of the founders of the until today most voted political party the "CDU". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konrad_Adenauer
  • Germany got seperated

    Germany got seperated into DDR and BRD because the Cold War divided Germany between the Allies in the west and Soviets in the east.
    DDR means Deutsche demokratische Republik (German Democratic Republic).
    BRD means Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Federal Republic of Germany)
  • Italy co-founder of the European Union

    posted by Teresa Scordino
  • Treaty of Rome

    West Germany established a customs union and Economic Community (EEC) along with Belgium, France, Italy, Luxenbourg
    European Economic Community (EEC) and established a customs union after signing together the Treaty of Rome.
  • European Economic Community - Foundation

    The European Economic Community (EEC) was a regional organisation which aimed to bring about economic integration among its member states. It was created by the Treaty of Rome of 1957.The Community's initial aim was to bring about economic integration, including a common market and customs union, among its six founding members: Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany.
    posted by Latsoudi Yakinthi
  • Berlin Wall

  • The Olympic Game

    The Olympic Game was an international multi-sport event in Munich, West Germany, from August 26 to September 11, 1972. It presents a democratic and optimistic Germany to the world, as shown by the Games official motto, "Die Heiteren Spiele", or "the cheerful Games".
  • Restoration of democracy in Greece

     Restoration of democracy in Greece
    After the fall of the dictatorial status of the junta of the Colonels on July 24 1974, Karamanlis returned to Athens with the French Presidency. He immediately formed a government of national unity to deal immediately with the Cyprus crisis and to restore democratic institutions in Greece.
    By Korina Alivizatou, Anna Arabatzi, Katerina Giasimaki.
  • Greece joined the EU

    Greece joined the EU
  • EU Anthem

    "Anthem of Europe" is the anthem of the Council of Europe and the European Union. It is based on "Ode to Joy" from the final movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony composed in 1823, and is played on official occasions by both organisations.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLHfzszcfIA
    posted by Aris Tzevelekos
  • Eurovision Song Contest

    The formers Westgermany (BRD) won the 27. ESC for the first time. Nicole seibert won it with the song "Ein bisschen Frieden" and she got 61 points and had the High score. It took place in Harrogate which is a town in Nothern England.
  • Greek Presidence of the EC

    posted by Chara Evmorfopaidi
  • European Capital of Culture - The concept

    In 1985, Melina Mercouri, Greece’s minister of culture, and her French counterpart Jack Lang came up with the idea of designating an annual Capital of Culture to bring Europeans closer together by highlighting the richness and diversity of European cultures and raising awareness of their common history and values.
    posted by Rachel Frantzeskaki
  • 1987 Eurobasket winner and host: Greece

    posted by Tasos Terzis
  • Greek Presidence of the EC

    posted by Chara Evmorfopaidi
  • The fall of the German wall

    The fall of the German wall
    Germany turns into one country, because East and West Germany get together when the wall falls.
  • Maastricht Treaty

    The Maastricht Treaty (officially the Treaty on European Union) furthered European integration. The treaty founded the European Union and established its pillar structure. It renamed European Economic Community the European Community, to reflect its expanded competences beyond economic matters and led to the creation of the single European currency, the euro.
    posted by Gogo Chatzidolma
  • Voula Patoulidou

    Patoulidou became a Greek sporting legend in 1992,when she was the surprise winner of the Women's 100 m hurdles race at the Olympic Games in Barcelona.
    Posted by: Vasiliki Grammatika
  • European Union Formation

    The European Union is a geo-political entity covering a large portion of the European continent. It is founded upon numerous treaties and has undergone expansions that have taken it from 6 member states to 28, a majority of the states in Europe.Upon the formation of the European Union (EU) in 1993, the EEC was incorporated and renamed as the European Community (EC).
    posted by Koutra Dimitra.
  • Greek Presidence of the EC

    posted by Chara Evmorfopaidi
  • Pyrros Dimas

    At the 2000 Summer Olympics, he won the gold medal.
    posted by Anna Arampatzi
  • INTRODUCTION OF THE COMMON CURRENCY

    An EUROPEAN CURRENCY
  • Greek Presidence of the EC

    posted by Chara Evmorfopaidi
  • Italian Presidency of the European Union Council

    On 1 July 2003, Italy assumed for the 7th time the Presidency of the EU. The Italian Presidency came at a significant time for the future development and expansion of Europe. posted by Estera Scarlat
  • Olympic Games in Athens

    Posted by Panagiotis Malai
  • 2004 enlargement of the European Union

    The 2004 enlargement of the European Union was the largest single expansion of the European Union (EU), in terms of territory, number of states, and population to date.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I88qRwVirTo
    posted by Ilias Deligiannis
  • Greece: Winner of UEFA Euro 2004

    posted by George Kakarougas
  • Greek Gold Medal Holders-Olympic Games 2004

    Track hurdler Fani Halkia, race walker Athanasia Tsoumeleka, teenage judoka Ilias Iliadis, and diving duo Thomas Bimis and Nikolaos Siranidis, who won Greece's first ever Olympic gold medals in their respective disciplines.
    Posted by Alivizatou Korina
  • Eurovision 2005 Greece

    The Eurovision Song Contest is an annual competition. In 2005 it took place at palace of sports in Kiev and greek singer and performer ,Helena Paparizou, came first with the song 'My number one'.
    posted by Despina Bougla and Helen Papadimitriou
  • Greece's gold medal at EuroBasket 2005

    Greece's gold medal at EuroBasket 2005
    Greece's men's national Basketball team faced and beat the , MVP's of the tournament , Dirk Nowitzki's , national team , Germany , to be crowned as champions of europe.
    Spyros Dinodimos
  • Merkel´s inauguration

    First female German Chancellor gets voted in by the „Deutschen Bundestag“ – the German Parliament
    posted by Katharina Michel
  • Treaty of Lisbon

    It brought the most sweeping changes to the voting mechanisms that determined EU policy.
    The Treaty also made the Union's bill of rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, legally binding. The Treaty for the first time gave member states the explicit legal right to leave the EU and the procedure to do so.
    posted by Nick Tolias
  • Greek Presidence of the EC

    posted by Chara Evmorfopaidi
  • FIFA World Cup

    2014 Germany won the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. It was their fourth title. Germany has won the World Cup 1954, 1974 and 1990 as well.
    The final game featured Germany against Argentina for a record third time after 1986 and 1990. This was the first time that teams from the same continent had won three consecutive World Cups. It was also the first time that a European nation had won the World Cup in America.
  • Anna Korakaki

    Anna Korakaki
    She won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
    Posted by: Katerina Giasimaki
  • Athens-World book capital 2018

    posted by Olga Braila
  • Athnes: 2018 Capital of Innovation

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4v70lGAotc
    posted by Marilena Skordompeki
  • Eleftherios Petrounias

    Eleftherios won the gold medal in the European Championships in Glasgow!!!
    Posted by: Athina Gkikaki
  • Same- sex marriage

    The same-sex marriage is the marriage of two persons of the same sex or gender, entered into in a civil or religious ceremony. This has been a milestone in Germany's law and identity.
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas won the famous tennis player Roger Federer

    Posted by Menia Loupi and Vasiliki Lebousi