Marina Tsintikidou (*)
Marina Tsintikidou, in Greek: Μαρίνα Τσιντικίδου, is a Greek fashion model/presenter and former Miss Hellas winner who has appeared on the covers of numerious Greek fashion magazines such MAX. She also carries the honor of being the third Greek contestant to win the title of Miss Europe (1992) in Guam. The other three wins being the first time by Aliki Diplarakou in 1930, the controversial win by Katerina Michalopoulou in 1991 and by Isavella Dara in 1997. Marina also represented Greece at the Miss Universe 1992 pageant in Bangkok, Thailand.
Aside from a modeling career Marina also tried her skills in acting, appearing in various tv/movies as well as in the Greek version of the theatrical play Look Who's Here by British play writer Ray Cooney. Sha also been a tv host and presenter on numerious programs featured on Mega Channel, ANT1 and TV Macedonia. She is currently link with Greek actor, Aimilios Xeilakis, Greek: Αιμίλιος Χειλάκης.
During the 2004 Summer Olympics, Marina was one of the many celebrities to visit the official Coca Cola Water Plaza fun park, one of the most populat Olympic venues, that housed the sculpture The Olive: The Tree of Athens where she and many other celeberties left their signatures on. Other celebrities who left their "mark on the sculpture include Laura Wilkinson, Olympic gold medal-winner in diving (10m) in 2000, Evander Holyfield, the four-time World Champion in Boxing, Janet Evans, a four-time Olympic champion in the sport of swimming, former Miss Europe 1997 & fashion model Isavella Dara and Greek fashion model/former Miss World 1996 Irene Skliva. Afterwards Isavella also visited the Pin Trading Center.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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