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Greece, officially known as the Hellenic Republic, is a country of Southern Europe comprising mainland territory and several islands. It is surrounded by the Aegean Sea (situated to the east of the mainland), the Mediterranean Sea (situated to the south) and the Ionian Sea (situated to the west). The neighboring countries of mainland Greece are Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia and to the north, and Turkey to the east. Greece covers a total area of almost 51,000 square miles (132,000 sq. km.) and has a total population of approximately 11 million people. The population of Greece is made up of Greeks (94%), Albanians (4%) and other nationalities (2%).

 

80% of Greece is mountainous or at least hilly, with Mount Olympus representing the highest point at 9,570 feet (almost 3,000 meters). The Greek mainland and its thousands of islands have extensive coastline that stretches for around 8,500 miles (almost 13,700 kilometers), as well as forests, picturesque villages with whitewashed houses and churches. Greece also contains several sites and ruins of cultural, archaeological and historical interest that date back to the times of ancient Greece, the birthplace of several elements of Western culture and philosophy, as well as the Olympic Games and the key principles of science and mathematics. Greece has, for the most part, a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. 

 

The country's official language is Greek, although several other languages and dialects are also spoken, including Albanian, Turkish, Bulgarian, Romani and a number of Slavic dialects. 

 

Greece, the world's 29th richest economy by GDP (nominal) per capita, is an advanced country with a high standard of living, with tourism and shipping (since ancient times, in fact) representing key sectors of its economy. The Greek economy entered recession in 2009, after being hit by an economic and financial crisis. This led to the Government requesting substantial loans from European Union institutions, as well as to debts being written off and austerity measures being introduced. The country's principal exports include fruit and vegetables, olive oil, steel, aluminum, cement, and manufactured products such as textiles and apparel, refined petroleum and oil products.

 

The food of Greece is based largely on meat and fish, fresh salads and vegetables, cheese (especially feta), olives, and pulses and beans. Typical Greek dishes include 'mezedes', small portions of different items that are shared and enjoyed by a group of people around the table (famous ones including fried cheese, vine leaves stuffed with rice, onions and minced beef and 'tzatziki', a cucumber and yogurt dip often served with bread or meatballs), 'moussaka' (potatoes topped with minced beef, eggplant and béchamel sauce) and 'patitsio' (a lasagna-style dish comprising pasta layered with minced beef, tomato, onion and béchamel sauce) . Salad is consumed frequently, with the renowned "Greek salad" – a mix of feta cheese, tomatoes, cucumber, green capsicum and olives that is seasoned with oregano and olive oil - being most popular. Greek desserts, which often contain honey, fruit and nuts, include yogurt with honey or jam and toasted almonds, sesame honey candy, sweet almond cookies and sweet cheese pastries. 

 

While Greece has a glorious past, reflected in the hundreds of archaeological sites (signs of human habitation go back as far as the Paleolithic Age, 120000-10000 B.C.), museums and monuments that provide a detailed picture of its ancient civilizations and the achievements of the Greeks in arts and technology from the Prehistoric Era to the present day, it is also very forward-looking culture, with its creative artists and innovative architects. Art, design, music and theater are all celebrated through several festivals, including the Athens and Epidaurus Festival, held every summer. Greece also has a longstanding, vibrant culture of traditional folk music, dance, poetry and theater, with several organizations charged with preserving Greece's traditional heritage.