Greek flag colours to be projected on the Sydney Opera House for Greek Independence Day


In a statement this evening, NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, has confirmed the Sydney Opera House will be lit on March 25 this year to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution.

“We are proud to share in this proud moment of history with the Greek community of NSW,” the Premier writes in a statement.

“As Premier, this is a fitting opportunity to thank our Greek community for their contribution to NSW and to celebrate the significant influence of Greek culture on the wider world.

“I wish everyone in the Greek Australian community in NSW all the best for Greek Independence Day.”


READ MORE: NSW Labor calls for Greek flag to be projected on Opera House for Greek Independence Day.




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