Kilkis wrote:I presume that's the building at the top of Tzanakaki Street. I thought it had been completely renovated a few years ago? I assumed it was in use as a museum again ........
Clio wrote:Nice old neo-classical building, as I recall. Great site now for a block of luxury flats or a boutique hotel...Just saying.
Kilkis wrote:While undoubtedly sad the museum fire does pale into insignificance compared to what is happening north east of Athens.
Clio wrote:The truly criminal aspect of the tragedy is the failure of successive Greek governments to address properly the issue of summer wildfires in the country. It's a known, annual problem which has been dogged by maladministration, apathy and corruption.
the fact is 'This Is Greece'. We don't have to condone it, but as 'visitors' in another country, there is not a lot of direct influence we can exert. The last thing Greeks want is 'foreigners' interfering.
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