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Perhaps this is the only HERBARIUM which, instead of plants, contains articles about people, works, or situations that may be worth mentioning and exposed to a common view.

Δε σ’ αγαπώ σαν να ‘σουν ρόδο αλατιού - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Πάμπλο Νερούδα

I don’t Love you As if you Were a Rose

From the poetic collection of Pablo Neruda’s ‘One Hundred Love Sonnets’ (Cien Sonetos de amor), the poem Sonnet XVII, whith the conventional title ‘I don’t Love you As if you Were a Rose’, is given entirely here. The collection was released in 1959, and is dedicated to Neruda’s wife Matilde.

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Entrance Exams - Interview with Marianna

Marianna, University Entrance Exams & the Awkwardness

Through the interview with the teenage girl Marianna, parade the University Entrance Exams in Greece and the deliberate or unintentional pressure to succeed on them, some elements about the structure and nature of education, dream and plan concentrates, as well as the unending momentum of youth.

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Η Πόλις - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Κωνσταντίνου Π. Καβάφη

The City – A Poem by Constantine P. Cavafy

The masterpiece poem ‘The City’ by the Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy was written in 1894 in Alexandria, Egypt, but was published a few years later, in 1910. The whole poem is given here, along with the classic recitation of G. P. Savvidis in Greek language and Andrew Spence, in English.

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Το Εξώφυλλο του Άλμπουμ των Ακρίτας

Akritas, the ’70s Pioneering Greek Rock Band

To the historical Greek rock band ‘Akritas’, created in the early 1970s by Stavros Logarides and Aris Tasoulis, with Giorgos Tsoupakis and Dimos Papachristou as its members, a group of musicians who wrote extremely innovative music and released only one album, is devoted the following article.

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Ιστορία της τριανταφυλλιάς - Ζαν Μπαπτίστ Αντρέ Τζιλό (Jean Baptiste André Guillot)

Guillot Fils, The Man Who Changed the History of Roses

Without Guillot Fils the history of the rose evolution would be radically different. Because the French in origin Guillot Fils (Guillot son), or Jean Baptiste André Guillot, in the mid-19th century, succeeded in introducing two completely new types of roses: The Hybrid Tea and the Polyantha.

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) – Description & Uses

The New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) is a plant of exceptional appearance and architectural structure. And although it is commercially grown for its fibers, it has become particularly popular globally as an ornamental – and it is on this side of it that particular emphasis is given in the following article.

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The Care of Money Tree (Pachira aquatica)

The Pahira aquatica or Money Tree belongs to the category of ornamental, mainly indoor plants, that have gained planetary spread only in the last decades. The following article is dedicated to this plant and in particular to the ways that the friend of the plant must keep in mind for its perfect maintenance.

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And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

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Perhaps this is the only HERBARIUM which, instead of plants, contains articles about people, works, or situations that may be worth mentioning and exposed to a common view.

Δε σ’ αγαπώ σαν να ‘σουν ρόδο αλατιού - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Πάμπλο Νερούδα

I don’t Love you As if you Were a Rose

From the poetic collection of Pablo Neruda’s ‘One Hundred Love Sonnets’ (Cien Sonetos de amor), the poem Sonnet XVII, whith the conventional title ‘I don’t Love you As if you Were a Rose’, is given entirely here. The collection was released in 1959, and is dedicated to Neruda’s wife Matilde.

Read More »
Entrance Exams - Interview with Marianna

Marianna, University Entrance Exams & the Awkwardness

Through the interview with the teenage girl Marianna, parade the University Entrance Exams in Greece and the deliberate or unintentional pressure to succeed on them, some elements about the structure and nature of education, dream and plan concentrates, as well as the unending momentum of youth.

Read More »
Η Πόλις - Φωτογραφικό Πορτρέτο του Κωνσταντίνου Π. Καβάφη

The City – A Poem by Constantine P. Cavafy

The masterpiece poem ‘The City’ by the Greek poet Constantine P. Cavafy was written in 1894 in Alexandria, Egypt, but was published a few years later, in 1910. The whole poem is given here, along with the classic recitation of G. P. Savvidis in Greek language and Andrew Spence, in English.

Read More »
Το Εξώφυλλο του Άλμπουμ των Ακρίτας

Akritas, the ’70s Pioneering Greek Rock Band

To the historical Greek rock band ‘Akritas’, created in the early 1970s by Stavros Logarides and Aris Tasoulis, with Giorgos Tsoupakis and Dimos Papachristou as its members, a group of musicians who wrote extremely innovative music and released only one album, is devoted the following article.

Read More »
Ιστορία της τριανταφυλλιάς - Ζαν Μπαπτίστ Αντρέ Τζιλό (Jean Baptiste André Guillot)

Guillot Fils, The Man Who Changed the History of Roses

Without Guillot Fils the history of the rose evolution would be radically different. Because the French in origin Guillot Fils (Guillot son), or Jean Baptiste André Guillot, in the mid-19th century, succeeded in introducing two completely new types of roses: The Hybrid Tea and the Polyantha.

Read More »

The use of the material, where third-party rights are not mentioned, is absolutely free. Its sharing, possibly, useful.

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) – Description & Uses

The New Zealand Flax (Phormium tenax) is a plant of exceptional appearance and architectural structure. And although it is commercially grown for its fibers, it has become particularly popular globally as an ornamental – and it is on this side of it that particular emphasis is given in the following article.

Read More »

The Care of Money Tree (Pachira aquatica)

The Pahira aquatica or Money Tree belongs to the category of ornamental, mainly indoor plants, that have gained planetary spread only in the last decades. The following article is dedicated to this plant and in particular to the ways that the friend of the plant must keep in mind for its perfect maintenance.

Read More »

And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

Read More »
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