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The legacy of Alexander the...

By OPA Editor, on 10 September, 2012

The legacy of Alexander the Great in Australia! by Tom Tsamouras www.radiosymban.com The legacy of Alexander the Great through the largest collection of treasures from the world famous State Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia, is on its way to Australia! Exclusive to the Australian Museum in Sydney, the exhibition will be open ...

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Alekos Fassianos A Modern Myth

By OPA Editor, on 15 March, 2012

Alekos Fassianos A Modern Myth By Emma Papaemmanouel / ERT Australia correspondent Back in Greece we used to be neighbours and I had the chance to interview him on several occasions. This time we met in Melbourne, during the official launch of his exhibition at the Hellenic museum: “Alekos Fassianos: Ancient Myth – Modern S...

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OPA Issue 9

by Chris , on 01 January, 2012

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Alex Perry Project OPA

by Dean , on 25 December, 2011

Alex Perry – Project OPA! By Dean Georgio Alex Perry is a Greek -Australian fashion designer, particularly noted for his designs in womenswear. After graduating from East Sydney Technical College in 1984, Perry worked as a model agent representing Australian models for international modeling agencies. In 1992 Perry opene...

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Lenita Vangellis

by Lenita , on 13 December, 2011

Lenita Vangellis Profile Interview for OPA Magazine: I came into the world the same year that Walt Disney exited, the “Sound of Music” won the Oscar for best picture and the Earth’s population had exceeded 3.4 billion people. After an agonising 48 hour struggle down the birth canal, I finally looked into the eyes of my mo...

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A Byzantine Down Under

By OPA Editor, on 30 November, 2011

A Byzantine, Down Under By Jorge Sotirios We arranged to meet in inner-city Sydney. Vrasidas Karalis strode inside Sappho bookshop, sauntered past surly staff and ordered chai latte once seated in the leafy courtyard. This Greek intellectual carried heavy bags inside filled with his vice. Books at bargain price were handed to ...

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Australias Greek Cafes Cali...

By OPA Editor, on 18 November, 2011

Australias Greek Cafes California Dreaming According to historian Leonard Janiszewski and photographer Effy Alexakis, every time you drink a Coke, enjoy an ice cream or sweet chocolate treat, go to the cinema, or listen to the latest popular music hit, you can thank Australia’s Greek cafés. They should know. The pair, both from ...

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Alexander the Great

By OPA Editor, on 04 July, 2011

Alexander III of Macedon (356-323 B.C.) In history there are very few people who can be classified as ‘Great’ and even fewer who deserve to be. Alexander, the son of Philip, King of the Macedonians was one such person. He is remembered and known as Alexander the Great anddid not merely place his stamp on his own era, but rather,...

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