Tag Archives: Greece

Mykonos, Greece

Mykonos Gay Travel Guide

Mykonos Island, is part of the Cyclades island group in the Aegean Sea. Located between Syros, Tinos, Naxos and Paros. The island spans an area of 85.5 square kilometers and rises to an elevation of 341 meters at its highest point. There are about 10,200 permanent inhabitants (ref: 2011 census) and divided at two big cities. The main city of …

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Gay Friendly Places: Go See Them!

1. Copenhagen, Denmark I”ll start with a tribute to Denmark. In 1989 it became the first nation in the world to recognize registered same-sex partnerships. Visit its capital, Copenhagen, and have a drink at Europe’s oldest openly gay bar, Centralhjørnet. It opened in the 1950s. 2. New Zeland I’m proud to mention New Zealand. It’s a small country that refuses …

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Nicholas Yatromanolakis

Greece’s First Openly Gay Minister

Nicholas Yatromanolakis has made history by becoming Greece’s first openly gay minister in a cabinet reshuffle in the center-right government. Nicholas Yatromanolakis, 44, has been promoted from the position of general secretary at the ministry to become the new minister of culture. Alexis Patelis, the Greek Prime Minister’s chief economic advisor said in a tweet that, it was a “historic …

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