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  • #Greece200years

    Twitter hashtag
  • #Revolution1821

    The hashtag #Επανάσταση1821 dominated the Twitter world in March 2021 during the celebrations for the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution. Most of the posts refer to the fact of the celebrations with a playful character about the political figures or events that took place on 25 March 2021. In addition, there are users who do not comment mockingly, but only refer to the celebrations. Special mention is also made of the Greek flag, which is characterised by many as a sign of nationalism in the 21st century. The images accompanying the texts either mock or show Greek flags and imprints of Greek flags on buildings around the world due to the celebrations.
  • #Greece2021

    The hashtag #Greece1821 dominated March 2021 on Twitter due to the celebration of the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution. Netizens present with satisfaction and intense joy the bicentenary celebration that is taking place all over the world. The Greek white flag dominates the posts of users: they present buildings around the world with the Greek flag or images with the flag and historical figures. Also, historical information about personalities and events since the beginning of the Greek Revolution is recorded. Users show their enthusiasm for the mobilisation of Greeks around the world.
  • #Haiti

    The hashtag #Haiti dominated Twitter in March 2021 during the celebrations of the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution. Twitter users expressed their disappointment with the Greek government, which did not invite representatives from Haiti to the official celebrations. Users refer to the recognition of the right of Greeks to self-determination and the creation of an independent state. They also comment on the fact that they self-sacrificingly sent men to fight in the Greek Revolution, as well as income from their coffee for the cause. Users highlight texts and images denigrating Haiti to show how ill-advised the Greek government's move was not to invite a delegation to the celebrations. Finally, reference is also made to the Haitian leader, Jean-Pierre Boyer, and his decisive role in the recognition of the Greek Revolution.