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Lesvos Academia Seminar: Lesvos and Its Inhabitants Through Time

We are incredibly excited to continue our weekly seminar series about all things Lesvos. This week we will discuss the history of Lesvos and its people.

Continuing on in the remote seminars series offered by Stand By Me Lesvos in partnership with Moria Academia and Σ.Δ.Ε. ΜΥΤΙΛΗΝΗΣ. This Saturday, March 6th at 12 pm the seminar will discuss the history of Lesvos through time and the people of Lesvos as it has changed. This seminar is provided by Katerina Efstathiou Selacha of The Second Chance School of Mytilene. For more information, please connect via sdem@sch.gr. These seminars are hosted by Σ.Δ.Ε. ΜΥΤΙΛΗΝΗΣ, Stand By Me Lesvos and Moria Academia.

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