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Strawberry Festival 2019

Summer means strawberries… Rhodes celebrates strawberries by having a festival dedicated to all things strawberry. This year it will be held on Sunday 11th May and will start at midday in the playground area of Paradisi High School. It’s such a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Visitors are invited to try lots of delicious… Read more »

Judy Garland’s Former Malibu Beach House Sells for $3.5 Million

In “The Wizard of Oz,” Judy Garland followed the yellow brick road to discover the fantastical Emerald City. Cynthia Harrison-Wallach, a television and documentary filmmaker who counts that classic 1939 film among her favorites, similarly followed the Pacific Coast Highway to discover her dream house in Malibu, California: a beachfront Cape Cod that was once… Read more »

Finest & Rarest Wines | Featuring a Superb Private Collection

Sotheby’s auction of the finest and rarest wines takes place on 11th July in London and features 476 lots estimated to bring between £1-1.3 million. The lead collection boasts legendary Bordeaux including Haut Brion 1989 and 1990. Large formats of 1996 First Growths feature Latour in Jeroboam and Mouton in both double magnum and Imperial…. Read more »

Savvas Savvaidis in an interview with the journalist Lisa Tsopanaki regarding Rhodes Sotheby's International realty

A rhodian company at the top of the world of prime real estate

Following the visit to our new Offices by Jamie Mcmullan, Director at Sotheby’s International Realty for the EMEA region, Mrs Liza Tsopanaki senior editor to Rodiaki newspaper discussed with both Mr McMullan and Mr Savvas Savvaidis about Sotheby’s International Realty entering into Rhodes property market. Mr Savvaidis, Sotheby’s International Realty in Rhodes! Can you please… Read more »

Smash a pomegranate in January for a year’s luck!

In many cultures pomegranates symbolize friendship, loyalty, innocence, purity, success and power or nature and fertility, but in Greece, the smashing of a pomegranate on New Year’s Eve is a traditional custom with another meaning. Tradition has it that a few minutes before midnight on 31st December of every year, the family switches off the… Read more »

Obama’s tribute to Greece

President Obama during his farewell trip of his presidency paid a visit to Athens, Greece as an opportunity to pay a tribute to the country where democracy was born and a tribute to democracy itself. On his way up the Acropolis Barack Obama said to the press: “It is here in Athens that so many… Read more »

Flavours & Aromas of Greece

Although Greeks use similar ingredients to other countries, vegetables, fish and meat, it’s the way they cook them and the methods they use that define them as Greek cuisine. Liberal use of olive oil while cooking or drizzled over salads and toasted bread will make you think of Greece. It’s the first ingredient we think… Read more »

Flavours & Aromas of Greece

Although Greeks use similar ingredients to other countries, vegetables, fish and meat, it’s the way they cook them and the methods they use that define them as Greek cuisine. Liberal use of olive oil while cooking or drizzled over salads and toasted bread will make you think of Greece. It’s the first ingredient we think… Read more »

Rhodes for Life 2015 Race vs Cancer

“Rhodes for Life is about the timeless values of our local community”, Savvas Savvaidis

Solidarity, being of service to the community, sustaining the needy are features typical of societies governed by high value systems. Protecting the ultimate asset of health and life, as it is, is a pursuit inherent to the members of such societies. After all, who would not aspire to live and work in a place where citizens are sensitized enough to care for one another?

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