The study of Kyriakoulis Panagiotakos and Nikolaos Mitsakis for the new Church of Our Lady of Tinos – a study which completed in 1931 – and all the events that followed, are the main themes of the second article of the series, which is dedicated to the first of them, the important Greek Modernist architect of Interwar.
Joseph Pemberton, an Anglican clergyman, has emerged as one of the most important rose breeders of the twentieth century. It is its own work the creation of Hybrid Musk Roses group – large robust bushes whith strong fragrance and more or less continuously flowering in gigantic clusters.
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.
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.
Kyriakos, Koulis and / or Kyriakoulis Panagiotakos (1902 – 1982), the Greek modernist architect of the Interwar, is the victim of yet another series of ‘Kalliergeia’ articles focusing on the presentation of the important work that left behind by this unassuming producer of fine architectural creations.
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Planting or making a hole in the water? Anyhow somebody can see, it is certain that the artificial island, Freedom Cove, created by Mrs Catherine King and Mr. Wayne Adams in Canada, includes many plants, a vegetable garden and four greenhouses. As for the hole, yes and that is there. For fishing from the living room.