Move To Ancient Greece
Because Only Awesome People live In Greece
Why You Should Move To Ancient Greece
Greece gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1830. During the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, it slowly added neighboring islands and territories, most with populations that speak Greek. In World War II, Greece was first attacked by Italy in 1940 and eventually took over by Germany in 1941-1944; fighting went on in an extended civil war between followers of the king and other anti-communist and communist rebels. After the latter's defeat in 1949, Greece joined NATO in 1952. In 1967, a group of military officers took power, establishing a military dictatorship that took away many political rights and forced the king to leave the country. In 1974, democratic elections and a referendum developed a parliamentary republic and ended the monarchy. In 1981, Greece joined the EC which is now commonly known as the EU; it became the 12th member of the European Economic and Monetary Union in 2001. In 2010, the prospect of a Greek default on its euro-denominated debt established severe strains within the EMU and made the question of whether a member country might willingly leave the usual currency or be removed.
Positive Aspects About Living In Ancient Greece
- We have three great separated pieces of land, that are great for vacationing on.
- We have five amazing water formations surrounding us, and also have great fun activities ranging from taking a swim at the beach to catching your dinner.
- We have mountainous and rocky formations that are good for finding great minerals. If you climb Mt. Olympus you just might run into Greek god Zeus the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods.