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May 18 2022


7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

“Kavala through time under the lens and artistic path of G. Mytilinos”

Kavala is not only its urban fabric, as some may mistakenly believe. It’s also the rich history, monuments, mountains, and sea. It is also its enviable geographical position that makes it one of the most beautiful cities in our country. But it is primarily its people, those who write its history and give it a prominent place in the Greek cultural life. People of the tobacco industry and those of spirit, culture, sport, and creativity have been coming and going in this city for years. Their achievements, varied and remarkable in all areas, will, I trust, be diligently illuminated by the “ever-living historical lamp” in perpetuity. But with the Kallikratic conception, our Kavala is interspersed further north with the richness of the Land of Philippi. Thus a new city – a larger one – displays its unparalleled beauty as a result of a peculiar intertwining and multiplexing with the Roman domination of the broader region once, with its ancient therapeutic mud, its prehistoric rock paintings, with the remains of its mining activity in the mountains of Zygos and Kryoneri, with its traditional stone bridges and so much more.

The historical information and the photographic material will be presented under the “vehicle” of the intercultural development of the Crea Center in the hall of the Great Club on May 18th at 19.30. The international, fellow citizen photographer Giorgos Mytilinos as a traveller/presenter, considers valuable information for the ordinary citizen and the historian and the folklorist of the future. All of the above will be integrated into a sophisticated photography lesson, with simple and understandable language and concepts that are easy to grasp but with an intermediate focus on the highlights of his fifty-year, fascinating artistic journey.