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Eurovision Trivia: So You Think You Know… Greece

Greece in the 2000s was a huge player in Eurovision. Running a streak of unbroken top 10s from 2004 to 2011, they were always an exciting prospect to watch. Budget issues and song choices moving somewhat away from the traditional Greek ethno-party number have seen their success limited in recent years, with their 20th century results not being particularly notable. On the whole, there’s plenty to be interested in our Greek trivia here, let’s see what you know.

With a few weeks before we begin looking forward to Eurovision 2019, itโ€™s that time in a Eurovision fanโ€™s year to reflect on past years and all the good music and events they brought. And, also, some trivia.

So You Think You Knowโ€ฆ is a series that will arrive each Wednesday, each time focusing on a new active Eurovision country. We are continuing alphabetically, Hungary will be next.

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Albania

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark 

Estonia

Finland

France

FYR Macedonia

Georgia

Germany

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Isaac Sturtridge

I've always been a little unusual among Eurovision fans, gravitating towards heavy and weird entries. I remain interested for intense country-on-country competition and love little bits of trivia that have grown up around the contest.

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I thought Greece’s first medal position was won by Helena Paparizou with ‘My Number One’ and not Antique yet it’s told me I was wrong…

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