National Anthem of Greece | Ὕμνος εἰς τὴν Ἐλευθερίαν
The Hymn to Liberty or Hymn to Freedom (Greek: ?μνο? ε?? τ?ν ?λευθερ?αν, ?mnos is tin Elefther?an) is a poem written by Dion?sios Solom?s in 1823 that consists of 158 stanzas, which is used as the national anthem of Greece. It was set to music by Nikolaos Mantzaros. In 1865, the first three stanzas and later the first two officially became the national anthem of Greece and later also that of the Republic of Cyprus.Lyrics:Σε γνωρ?ζω απ? την κ?ψητου σπαθιο? την τρομερ?,σε γνωρ?ζω απ? την ?ψηπου με βια μετρ?ει την γη.Απ' τα κ?κκαλα βγαλμ?νητων Ελλ?νων τα ιερ?,και σαν πρ?τα ανδρειωμ?νη,χα?ρε, ω χα?ρε, Ελευθερι?!Se gnor?zo ap? tin k?psitou spathio? tin tromer?,se gnor?zo ap? tin ?psi,pou me via metr?i ti gi.Ap' ta k?kkala vgalm?niton Ell?non ta ier?,ke san pr?ta andriom?ni,h?re, o h?re, eleftheri?!Translation:I recognize you by the sharpness,of your fearsome sword,I recognize you by the gleam (in your eyes)with which you rapidly survey the earth.From the sacred bones,of the Hellenes arisen,and strengthened by your antique bravery,hail, o hail, Liberty!
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