By Haris Costantinidis C3

Κωνσταντινίδης Χάρης C3

By Mandilara Catherine C2

Μανδηλαρά Κατερίνα C2

By Paraskevopoulou Maria C1

Παρασκευοπούλου Μαρία C1

By Vasilis Alexis C3

Βασίλης Αλέξης C 3

By Kokorigou Antigone C1 P.P.G.

Κοκορίγκου Αντιγόνη C PPG

By Gegai Luiziana C1 P.P.G.

Γκεγκάϊ Λουϊζιάνα C PPG

By Varsou Lucy C1 P.P.G

Βάρσου Λουκία C PPG

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January Trivia

  • The Romans named January after Janus, the God of beginnings and transitions. Janus had two faces, one looking at the past and what’s coming to an end, and one looking forward, towards new beginnings and what’s coming.
  • January’s birthstone is Garnet, which represents balance!red-garnet
  • The flower connected with this month, is the carnation, which symbolizes love, fascination and distinction.
  • January is also the National Donate Blood month, so if you are a donor, now is the month to give the gift of life to someone! Such an amazing start of the year, don’t you think?
  • It is considered the coldest month in the Northern hemisphere, but not the Southern.
  • January days are the coldest in the UK, whereas the coldest nights are during February.
  • The only Shakespeare plays that mention January are “Much Ado about nothing” and “Winter’s Tale”.
  • It’s the National Soup month in the USA


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