The 2.5m wooden chair at the Greek island of Gavdos, cemented on top of a rocky formation at Trypiti beach, marks the southernmost point of Europe, overlooking the Libyan Sea. August 30, 2023
Pine resin producer Giorgos Anagnostou, 38, on top of the mountain over Kourkouloi village in northern Evia on August 16, 2021. The wildfires of early August ravaged about 1/3 of Evia, Greece’s second largest island, including 17.000 pines trees that belonged to him.
Plaster casts of an ancient Greek bust of Sappho, the poetess, are created in a workshop just south of Athens, Greece. The replicas are destined for museum gift shops around the country. April 14, 2021
Parthenon and the Acropolis hill covered in snow. An unusual and severe snowstorm hit Athens, Greece on February 16, 2021.
Istanbul under lockdown during the COVID-19 outbreak. A man sitting on a boat crossing the Bosphorus. March 30, 2020.
The Greek artist Virginia Axioti is the last person in Greece and one of the few worldwide, who still creates hand painted movie posters for Athinaion Cinemas in Athens. December 21, 2019
AK Parti supporters celebrate the re-election of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as President of Turkey at the area of Kasımpaşa -the old neighborhood of the Turkish President- in Istanbul, on the elections of June 24, 2018.
On the remote Greek island of Arkoi, 8-year-old Christos Kamposos is the sole student to attend the only school on the island. Because of him and his older brothers and cousins before him, the Greek Ministry of Education every year apoints one teacher to teach one student. October 26, 2017
Asma, 24, a trans woman from the Middle East who now lives in Athens, takes a selfie to update her profile on Tinder. She tries not to reveal too much of her face in the photo for fear of being recognized by friends and family back home. August 8, 2017
Anarchist protesters march in downtown Athens, Greece against the visit of US President Barack Obama. November 15, 2016.
A few months old Jamila from Afghanistan is only one of the about 27.500 refugee children, according to UNICEF, who are stranded in Greece. She lives with her family at a refugee camp close to the Temple of Poseidon in Sounio, at the suburbs of Attica. September 26, 2016.
In the absence of a single mosque in Athens -the only European capital without an official mosque- Muslims pray at one of the many makeshift mosques, usually underground, that exist in the Greek capital, at Neos Kosmos district. September 23, 2016
On the celebration day of Orthodox Saints Constantine and Helen, in the village of Lagadas near Thessaloniki, in northern Greece, a group of people gather at the konaki -a special shirne- and dance to the music of Thracian lyre and drum, before they start walking on burning hot coals. This traditional fire-walking ritual is called Anastenaria. May 21, 2016
Stranded migrants from Middle East, Africa and Asia struggle for donation of water, blankets, diapers and clothes as they complete their 10th day encamped by the train station in Idomeni, Greece not allowed to cross the border into FYROM. November 28, 2015
Farmers from all around Greece take over Athens marching with tractors in front of the Greek Parliament to protest against the government’s plans to impose tax rises and pension system reforms. February 12, 2016
More than 12.000 refugees and migrants are stranded in Idomeni, Greece living under terrible conditions, days before the F.Y.R.O.Macedonian border closed. March 4, 2016
A young migrant plays alone at the makeshift camp built near the Greek-FYROM border in Idomeni, Greece. November 28, 2015
Greek PM, Alexis Tsipras, speaks at Syntagma Square in front of the Greek people ahead of national elections for the second time in one year. September 18, 2015
An old woman selling tissues in the middle of the street at the Beşiktaş district in Istanbul, Turkey. June 21, 2015
Labourers cleaning the unused travertins under the hot sun in Pamukkale, Turkey. June 29, 2015
A little boy wearing a Spider-Man T-shirt at the neighborhood of Balat in Istanbul, Turkey. June 21, 2015