War Museum of KalpakiNo Means No
In November, 1940, outmanned and outgunned Greek forces pushed back the advancing Italians, giving the Allies their first major victory. The War Museum of Kalpaki commemorates this morale-boosting event, and the local community’s role in it, displaying artefacts ranging from posters, to weapons and uniforms, to photographs. Across the street, the monument is inscribed with the word ‘oxi’ (Greek for ‘no’) - the locals' reply to Italy's ultimatum.
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