Simi News and Events (5)

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Simi news

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Symi International Film Festival

Sep 16, 2019 — Sep 20, 2019 • Dodecanese, Simi
An outstanding film festival to one of the most beautiful tiny Greek islands!
Posted on Jun 03, 2019 Category: Events

From Simi with love: a taste of Greek horror in London

• Dodecanese, Simi
A Greek horror film, “The 13th”, shot entirely in the lovely island of Simi, has been selected to feature in this year’s London Greek Film Festival.
Posted on May 15, 2017 Category: News

Entire island declared as archaeological site

• Dodecanese, Simi
The entire island of Simi and the small rocky surrounding islets were recently declared as archaeological sites by the Central Archeological Council, involving 159 monuments and locations.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011 Category: News

Did they finally shock the donkeys, or not?

• Dodecanese, Simi
James Collins and Neil Gosling are two people who abandoned their life in Europe and came to stay on a small Greek island. Let's read what they say about their decision, the difficulties they faced, their job and daily life in Simi, this small island of Dodecanese.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010 Category: Interviews

Deluged by illegal emigrants

• Dodecanese, Simi
Simi faces a great problem with the illegal emigrants who continuously deluge the island. Unfortunately, they island doesn't have the proper infrastructure to temporarily host them.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008 Category: News