Par NathanialTelfer le 10 Mai 2018 à 08:16
When going to Symi, or anywhere in Greece, be sure to ask if there is a name day celebration happening. The Greek Orthodox Church celebrates the Saints days, and also you will discover that there is normally a name (or saints') day on a lot of days of the year. Whether there is one taking place on Symi will certainly depend upon just what the day is, and the names of the saints to which the churches are devoted. But you won't constantly discover the saint being celebrated in a church with his or her name.
February 10th is the name day of Agios Haralambos and is commemorated in the church of Agios Athanasios in Horio, the higher component of Symi likewise recognized merely as 'the village.' It is commemorated right here despite the fact that the church is committed to one more saint, due to the fact that this is where a symbol of Haralambos is situated. The eve the name day sees a service at he church as well as, on the early morning of the name day, February 10th in this case, there is one more service. If you are in the village you will certainly hear the bells ring, they in some cases start extremely early. The solution ends at around 10.00 am, it can differ, kefalos kos Greece nightlife and also after that you will certainly discover coffee as well as cakes offered in the church grounds.
Yes, absolutely on Symi. We always are, as deportees that live here, and we have actually a godson birthed in Greece so we take him to his name day party where he gets communion. If you are going to go to the service after that please dress suitably; no shorts or bikinis of course, cover up and also look good.
There are many websites that detail the saint's name days and also a number of Symi based websites that bring info about them, where the churches are and exactly what other festivals are happening on exactly what days.
Tsiknopempti. There are different translations of this word, from 'barbeque Thursday' which is not actual, to 'smoky Thursday' which is a bit much more actual, words coming from' Tsikno' to melt (in cooking) or to have a charred scent (not to be confused with the expression 'ta tsiknisav' 'they had a tiff'), and also words for Thursday, 'Pempti'.
On this day it is typical to consume meat before the fasting of Lent commences. On Symi Tsiknopempti is usually commemorated up in Horio, the town. It can be a cool occasion as the occasion falls before Lent, which begins 40 days prior to Easter.
Everyone rates to this event. Need to you get on Symi around the moment of the beginning of Lent, merely get in touch with a person just what is happening; there is an additional carnival day also, also closer to Clean Monday, the day prior to Lent beginnings. Tsiknopempti, on Symi, normally begins at around 6.30 in the evening up in Syllogos Square, the major square for the town. The close-by bars are open too. Merely show up and also enjoy the totally free wine and also souvlakies and also savour the ambience of fun. The local women often dance as do most of the males, yet do look out for the youngsters spraying foam and also silly string, and also make sure not to slide on this as you going off down, or up, the actions later on.
When checking out Symi, or anywhere in Greece, be certain to ask if there is a name day festival happening. The Greek Orthodox Church commemorates the Saints days, and you will certainly locate that there is typically a name (or saints') day on most days of the year. Whether there is one taking place on Symi will depend on just what the day is, as well as the names of the saints to which the churches are committed. The night prior to the name day sees a solution at he church and, on the morning of the name day, February 10th in this situation, there is one more solution. Ought to you be on Symi around the time of the begin of Lent, simply examine with someone exactly what is taking place; there is another carnival day also, even closer to Clean Monday, the day before Lent beginnings.
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