Synonyms for karagianni or Related words with karagianni

aggeliki              panagiota              irini              papadopoulou              konstantina              aikaterini              ioanna              anthi              angeliki              valtinos              ioannidou              evangelia              anthoula              elisavet              dimitriou              evaggelia              natassa              vourtsi              afroditi              panagiotou              roumpesi              kalogirou              asimakopoulou              argiris              galani              melini              vrettos              fotini              christofidou              papoulia              vlahopoulou              konstantaras              valsami              sergoulopoulos              lambrou              stavroula              eirini              solomou              georgakopoulou              yazgan              arvaniti              giota              tsangari              nikolaidou              voglis              papadaki              dimitra              aimilios              tsoukala              kyriakou             

Examples of "karagianni"
Marijuana Stop! () is a 1971 film starring Zoe Laskari and Martha Karagianni.
Karajan, or Caragiani, Karagianni, Karayiannis, Karagianis, is a surname. Notable persons with that surname include:
Anthi Karagianni is a Paralympian athlete from Greece competing mainly in category F13 long jump and in sprint events.
The Anthi Karagianni Municipal Stadium (Greek: Δημοτικό Στάδιο Ανθή Καραγιάννη), formerly the Kavala National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Kavala, Greece. It is the homebase of Kavala F.C..[1] The stadium was built 1970, and currently has a seating capacity of 10,500.[1] It is named after the paralympic athlete, Anthi Karagianni, who won three silver medals in the 2004 Paralympic Games.
The Anthi Karagianni Municipal Stadium (), formerly the Kavala National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Kavala, Greece. It is the homebase of Kavala F.C.. The stadium was built 1970, and currently has a seating capacity of 10,500. It is named after the paralympic athlete, Anthi Karagianni, who won three silver medals in the 2004 Paralympic Games.
Eftychia Karagianni (born October 10, 1973) is a female Greek water polo player and Olympic silver medalist with the Greek national team.
Martha Karagianni (; 6 November 1939) is a Greek actress. She was one of the most popular actresses of the 1960s. She starred in many films, 19 of which were produced by Finos Film.
The "Bouboulina" group was founded on 10 May 1941 by Lela Karagianni and her family and named after Laskarina Bouboulina, a heroine of the Greek War of Independence. Initially, the group focused on helping Allied soldiers to flee to the Middle East. Gradually, the group established an effective intelligence network, engaged in sabotage acts and was collaborating with EDES of Napoleon Zervas. It also smuggled 80 Jews to Turkey. However, on 11 July 1944 Karagianni was betrayed and arrested, being executed two months later.
In Greece most squats are organized by Anarchists, the oldest one being Lelas Karagianni from the late 1980s. Also squatted in Athens are K* Vox, Papoutsadiko, Sinialo, Istos, Botanikos Kipos, Agros, Villa Zografou, Patmou and Karavia, Zaimi 11, Epavli Kouvelou, Ano Kato, Pikpa and Strouga. An example of a more modern squat is Prapopoulou squat, which is well known internationally.
Haralambos (Babis) Tsertos (Greek: Μπάμπης Τσέρτος; born October 27, 1956) is a Greek musician. His sister is the singer Nadia Karagianni. His father was a musician too, and he was playing the Mandolin. At the age of 17, he settled permanently in Athens and in 1974, he entered the Faculty of Physics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
In this movie, Faidon Georgitsis and Mary Chronopoulou made their first appearance ever in a musical film. Almost identically the main cast of the film, Zoe Laskari, Kostas Voutsas, Martha Karagianni, Faidon Georgitsis, Giannis Vogiatzis and Mary Chronopoulou starred in the 1968 hit of Finos Film and Giannis Dalianidis, "Mia Kyria sta Bouzoukia".
Exo oi kleftes (Greek: , Translations: "Leave You Thieves" and "Get Out You Thieves") is a 1961 Greek comedy film directed by Kostas Andritsos and stars Orestis Makris, Dionysis Papayiannopoulos, Dimitris Nikolaidis, Martha Karagianni, Andreas Douzos, Koulis Stoligas, etc. The movie was based on a theatrical play by Stefanos Fotiadis.
Oi Thalassies oi Hadres (, "The Blue Beads") is a 1967 Greek musical film, directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starring Zoe Laskari, Kostas Voutsas, Martha Karagianni, Faidon Georgitsis, Giannis Vogiatzis and Mary Chronopoulou. At the time of its release it was among the most expensive films ever made in Greece and one of the most commercially successful Greek films.
Merikoi to protimoun kryo (Greek: ) translations: Some Like it Cool is a 1963 Greek comedy film directed by Giannis Dalianidis. Lakis (Dinos Iliopoulos), Rena (Rena Vlachopoulou), Eva (Zoi Laskari) and Mary (Chloi Liaskou) are four cousins that were secretly with standards with Lela (Martha Karagianni), Thodoros (Giannis Vogiatzis), Giorgis (Vangelis Voulgaridis) and Kleopa (Kostas Voutsas) archively.
O skliros andras () is a 1961 Greek comedy film produced by Finos Films and was directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starred Kostas Hatzichristos, Martha Vourtsi, Martha Karagianni and Kostas Voutsas. It is a cinematographic representation of the play by Georgios Roussos. In its first week of screening in Athens and Piraeus, the movie sold 38,764 tickets placing it 14th in the 68 Greek films in 1961-62.
Her first appearance was in a Greek romance series, titled "Alithines Istories", alongside Giorgos Kimoulis and Martha Karagianni in 1984. The ratings were low and after 6 episodes it was cancelled. In 1991 she did her break through as the nervous but caring operator in the Greek sitcom To Retire. After a couple more comedy sitcoms, "Panopoulou" started to present her own show in the public television.
Since then, he has worked with great Greek artists, such as Sotiria Bellou, Takis Binis, Anna Chrysafi, Keti Gray, Kostas Kaplanis, Theodoros Polykandriotis, Koulis Skarpelis, Hondronakos, as well as with recent years singers such as Babis Goles, Giorgos Xindaris, Stelios Vamvakaris, Mario, Agathonas Iakovidis, Glykeria, Manolis Mitsias, Vicky Moscholiou, Lakis Halkias, Petros Vagiopoulos, Eleni Vitali, George Dalaras, Pantelis Thalassinos, Nadia Karagianni, Chronis Aidonidis, Theodosia Stiga, Sotiria Leonardou, and others.
He starred in around 300 comedy films including "To soferaki" (with Giorgos Tzavellas), "O thisavros tou makariti" (with Nikos Tsiforos), "O Klearchos, i Marina kai o kontos", "Simoria eraston", and others. On television, he starred alongside Martha Karagianni in "O dromos" ("The Road"). In 1999, he appeared in the television presentation of Tassos Athanassiadis's "I aithousa tou thronou". It was his last appearance on television.
She competed in the 2004 Summer Paralympics in Athens, Greece where she won silver medals in the T13 100m, T13 400m and F13 long jump. She also competed in the 2008 Summer Paralympics in Beijing, China. There she won a silver medal in the women's F13 long jump event and competed in the T13 100m and 200m events. In the 2012 Summer Paralympics she took the third place in F13 long jump, winning her fifth medal in the Paralympic Games. The Municipal Stadium "Anthi Karagianni" in her hometown of Kavala, Greece, was renamed in her honour in 2004.
Some of the greatest players in the world (many of them Olympic medalists and World Champions) have played for Olympiacos over the years including: Iefke van Belkum, Alexandra Asimaki, Yasemin Smit, Lauren Wenger, Ashleigh Southern, Bronwen Knox, Roberta Bianconi, Giulia Emmolo, Kami Craig, Triantafyllia Manolioudaki, Alkisti Avramidou, Eleftheria Plevritou, Margarita Plevritou, Chrysi Diamantopoulou, Stavroula Antonakou, Ilektra Psouni, Angeliki Karapataki, Antonia Moraiti, Evi Moraitidou, Anthoula Mylonaki, Dimitra Asilian, Eftychia Karagianni, Kyriaki Liosi, Patricia del Soto, Blanca Gil, Barbara Bujka, Ágnes Valkai, Vaso Mavrelou, Maria Balomenaki, Sun Yating, Eszter Tomaskovics, Maria Tsouri and Assel Jakayeva.