1821 Greek Revolution History Platform

Aportando € 15

e-card plus credit

A thank you e-card illustrated with a picture, addressed to you personally + your name will be credited in the supporters' list on the website.

> 01 Cofinanciadores

Aportando € 30

digital poster

e-card + mention in the supporters' list on the website + digital poster in high resolution (for A3 print size)

> 02 Cofinanciadores

Aportando € 50

Website template

Web platform templates themes, photoshop templates themes+e-card + credits + digital poster.

> 04 Cofinanciadores

Aportando € 100

3D printable models

3D printable model+all the above.

> 01 Cofinanciadores

Did you know?

09 | 05 | 2017
Did you know?

The Greek peninsula has always been a crossroad for people, merchandise and cultures between East-West and North-South. So camels were not an unusual sighting in Greece of the period! Just like in Egypt or in the Middle East areas, they were the most reliable long-distance, heavy-weight means of transport for goods and merchandise.

Χάνια([xánia]: deriving from the Turkish word han) were inns where people and animals could rest along their travels, but also important meeting points (hubs one could say), where people would exchange news and knowledge from the places they were coming from or had passed during their journeys.

In Europeana Collections there is plenty of archival material revealing aspects of history, usually ignored in the schoolbooks.


Visit our facebook page and follow us on twitter  to see so much interesting stuff that can constitute a rich base of information for the online educational tool we propose with our project.

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