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SX200HXX

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VASILIOS ROVAS

551 33 THESSALONIKI
Greece

EU
greece
MAIN CALL: SV2HXX
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Call data

Last update:2021-02-22 07:40:08
Continent:EU
Views:384
Main prefix:SV
Latitude:40.5811200
Longitude:22.9587370
Locator:KN10LN
DXCC Zone:236
ITU Zone:28
CQ Zone:20

Most used bands

20m
(48%)
40m
(18%)
30m
(15%)
80m
(10%)
15m
(5%)

Most used modes

FT8
(57%)
CW
(30%)
SSB
(10%)
MFSK
(5%)

QSL dataUp to date!

Last update:2021-02-22 07:33:20
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:no
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES
Extra QSL Info:QSL VIA SV2HXX

Biography

Biography:
Special Event Station and Special Prefix (SX200)
from 1-1-2021 till 31-12-2021
SES to commemorate 200 years since the
Hellenic War of independence in 1821.
Oper. By SV2HXX Vasilios.

QSL Policy:
QSL via SV2HXX
For DIRECT QSL 2 $$(NO IRC) + SAE(self -addressed envelope).
Upload all QSOs to LoTW,eQSL.cc and QRZ.com.
Live Stream Log is online ----->>> Clublog Live Stream



1821 March 25, the Independence Day in Greece
March 25 is both a national (revolution against the Turks) and religious holiday (Annunciation).
There is a school flag parade in every town and village and a big-armed forces parade in Athens, the capital of Greece.
The Byzantine Empire fell to the Turks in 1453 and the Greeks remained under Ottoman rule for nearly 400 years. During this time their language, their religion, and their sense of identity remained strong.
On March 25, 1821, the bishop Germanos of Patras raised the Greek flag at the Monastery of Agia Lavra in Peloponnese and one more revolution started against the Turks. The people of Greece shouted "Freedom or Death" and they fought the War of Independence for 9 years (1821-1829) until a small part of modern Greece was finally liberated and it was declared an independent nation.
The struggle for the liberation of all the lands inhabited by Greeks continued. In 1864, the Ionian islands were added to Greece; in 1881 parts of Epirus and Thessaly. Crete, the islands of the Eastern Aegean and Macedonia were added in 1913 and Western Thrace in 1919. After World War II the Dodecanese islands were also returned to Greece.

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