Greek Independence Day History
Greek Independence Day celebrates the anniversary of the declaration of the start of the Greek War of Independence from the Ottoman Empire. On 25 March 1821, Greece revolted against the Ottoman Empire, of which it had been part for nearly 4 centuries. The war lasted until 1829 and required the assistance of Russia, Britain and France.
Greek Independence Day is celebrated on 25 March annually. It is a major public holiday that celebrates Greece’s sovereignty, pride and culture.
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Greek Independence Day References and Related Siteswww.tc-america.org: Greek War www.mfa.gr: Greek Independence