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The Feast of Epiphany is celebrated in Greece on January 6th and called Theophany or colloquially Phōta (Greek: Φώτα, "Lights").  Customs revolve around the Great Blessing of the Waters. It marks the baptism of Jesus and appearance of the Holy Trinity and the end of the traditional ban on sailing. At this ceremony, an orthodox cross is thrown into the water by a priest and young men strive to retrieve it for good luck.

The Feast of Epiphany is celebrated in Greece on January 6th and called Theophany or colloquially Phōta (Greek: Φώτα, "Lights"). Customs revolve around the Great Blessing of the Waters. It marks the baptism of Jesus and appearance of the Holy Trinity and the end of the traditional ban on sailing. At this ceremony, an orthodox cross is thrown into the water by a priest and young men strive to retrieve it for good luck.

traditional bakery at Mani, Greece

traditional bakery at Mani, Greece

Epitafios (Greek Easter Friday) in Pyrgos, Santorini. The hillside is lit up with burning fire brands.

Epitafios (Greek Easter Friday) in Pyrgos, Santorini. The hillside is lit up with burning fire brands.

Orthodox Monk, oh how I'd love to talk to him on that beach.

Orthodox Monk, oh how I'd love to talk to him on that beach.

Cristianità

Cristianità

Risultati immagini per uniformi degli euzones

Risultati immagini per uniformi degli euzones

italiano.

italiano.

LEVIATANO

LEVIATANO

travis-caulfield:  Street in Santorini - Greek Isles

travis-caulfield: Street in Santorini - Greek Isles

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