Bazaar

Book Bazaar | Thessaloniki | June 20 & 21

The National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation (MIET) and its Archive of Greek Literature and History (ELIA) are hosting a bazaar at MIET's Kapandji Villa, with discounts coming to as much as 70 percent on selected books, magazines, postcards, old newspapers and other memorabilia from the 19th and 20th centuries, in Greek as well as other languages.

Book Bazaar | Athens | June 8 & 9

The National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation (MIET) and its Archive of Greek Literature and History (ELIA) are hosting a bazaar with discounts coming to as much as 70 percent on selected books, magazines, post cards, old newspapers and other memorabilia from the 19th and 20th centuries, in Greek as well as other languages.

German Bazaar | Thessaloniki | December 15

In cooperation with the Thessaloniki Municipality, the Hellenic-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry is holding a Christmas bazaar inspired by German holiday traditions on Saturday, December 15. There will be snacks (with plenty of sausages), mulled wine and traditional German music, along with a Weihnachtsmarkt. The event is open to the public from noon to 9 p.m.

Christmas Bazaar | Athens | December 9

Don't miss Campion School's Christmas Bazaar, which will take place from 1 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, December 9. This year's bazaar will be a family day full of wonderful seasonal food, terrific children's games and musical entertainment, along with the chance to do some early Christmas gift shopping.

Campion School, Aghias Ioulianis, Pallini, tel 210.607.1700

Traditional German Christmas Bazaar in the Center of Sofia Open Doors Today

Tonight, the German Christmas Market in Sofia will be opened in front of the National Theater. The tradition of this type of celebrations arose in Germany and Austria more than 500 years ago. It is much shorter in our country - it's only the eighth edition, reported the Bulgarian National Television.

Festival takes music deep into Istanbul's centuries-old heritage  

It's an early summer evening at Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, the maze-like warren of alleyways crammed with shops that has been the city's trading hub for over half a millennium. But this time, there are no traders' voices beckoning to travelers to come and haggle over the price of a carpet. Nor is the air filled with the pungent whiff of oriental spices being offered to passers-by.

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