What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

• What do we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Fish dish, a temple on the Red Square and the grandmother ... We asked the residents of the Greek capital on their association with Russia.

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

The Red Army. Tolstoy, Dostoevsky. "Stolichnaya" vodka. Still know a few words: "Thank You", "hello" and that's how it is ... "ba-bu-shka". I've never been in this country, so I know not too much (Eva Vetula, the seller-confectioner, 21 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

The first thing that comes to my mind - the Soviet Union and the names that are associated with this period of history. Yuri Gagarin. Lev Yashin. In the 60's Lev Yashin was a very famous athlete. This is a talented goalkeeper, who was also called "black spider". Probably because of the color and form of the game equipment. (Kostas Giapidia-Suaneri, musician, 34 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

I dance breakdance, so mostly know the names of Russian b-boys, but I do not think that they have something to say to those who are not interested in the culture of street dance. Still Know what you're eating soup. I think that the Russian - crazy people, desperate. I do not know why, really ... maybe because of the weather, cold or alcohol. (Konstantinos Tiligiris, street dancer, student, 24 years)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

The first thing that comes to mind is the fact that Russia protects Greece. Our countries are friendly, and we have only one religion. Another ballet, Bolshoi Theater, and Dostoevsky. I have Russian friends, and I think mentally we are very similar. BUT! Caucasus - this is Russia? (Teodosiadu Lydia, a student, 20 years)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Russia - a great country, but I know nothing about it too much. I can only judge by tourists, whom I see every day. Russian quite welcoming, kind. But a little smile. They do not like people from other countries - are too shy. Most often, I can not even talk to them and learn more about Russia and its people, because almost no one speaks English. (Kostas Barumas, hostesses, 43 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Tchaikovsky, Marx and Lenin. Although Marx - he's not from Russia ... (Laughs.) I also know that you are doing a very tasty fish dish. I forgot the name of. It looks like a small red balls. Exactly! Caviar! I met with a Russian girl, and she sometimes told me about your kitchen (Andre Anagnostopolos, logistician, 39 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

I have many culinary associations. Another colorful roof of the temple, which stands on the Red Square, the Kremlin and the stars on the tops. Great classics such as Dostoyevsky. After the Civil War in Greece, many left communists in the Soviet Union, because here they were put in prison. For me it is a personal story, as my husband's parents came from Tashkent (Clelia Armpilia, teacher, 36 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

You and I have the same faith. Historically, we have often intersected: World War II or the Balkan War. In Soviet times we had the same political views, a mix. I could have called the fraternal Russian people. For me, Russian - is the Great theater, ballet and Dostoevsky. (Miltiadis Hiotelis, chef, 38 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

"Thank you", "hello", "how are you", "let". You have an incredibly beautiful girls! Every time I am surprised when I see tourists from Russia. I like the blond hair and fair skin. However, people from your country are not too many smiles, but it is only at the first meeting (Tilly Demey, driver, 27 years)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

I work in an international company, so often meet Russian. Someone behaves friendly, some do not. I have not talked too much with the Russian, and they were mostly of a series of conversations, "Hi! What's your name? Where are you from? "- that's all. Therefore, I can only say "Moscow", "St. Petersburg" and "grandmother". Grandmother - it's yours? (Georgia Iraklios, manager, 23 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Putin and cold. Russia - a very cold country. I know that you have a winter, lots of snow and ice. Even Russia - a ballet. I remember the name of one dancer. I think his name was Alexander Ivanov ... Godunov! (Nikos Soukas, electrician, 26 years)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Red Square, spaceflight and strong athletes, especially athletes. Russia - a large country with beautiful scenery. Immediately I imagine rivers, forests and lakes. I have long dreamed to go to Kamchatka. Oh and Baryshnikov. Yes, I love ballet (Vasilis Sotiropolos, engineer, 46 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

Beautiful girls, Orthodoxy and cold. Not too many associations comes to mind right now, but when I read Chekhov. I can name a few names: Tolstoy, Dostoevsky ... On this, perhaps, all (Stamatis Filippaios, architect, 35 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

I have seen Russia closed state with a lot of hard and fast rules, where everything is under control. This is a very cold country. How many do you have now? Below -20 ° C? I think people in Russia love is not strong enough and not too happy - of course, at a certain temperature! (Laughs.) And Akitas - Putin is a breed of dog. I'm just the same, so I remember (Nena ladies, physiotherapist, 31 years old)

What we think about the inhabitants of the Greek capital

The Kremlin, Red Square, and Siberia. I read a lot of books about Stalin, the Gulag and the Soviet Union's participation in World War II, he studied information about some cities. in Russia itself never come, but I think that in this country there is a lot to see (Pinos Papadopoulos, businessman, 53 years old)