Some monuments erected in memory of the victims of the Greek Genocide.
Designation: The Holocaust of the Greeks of Santa (Pontus)
Sculptor: Efthimios Kalevras (1929-2011)
Designation: Monument in memory of the genocide of Armenians, Greeks of Asia Minor, Pontus, Eastern Thrace, and Arameans (Syrians, Assyrians, Chaldeans). The Ottoman Genocide 1912-1922.
GREECE, Nea Phocaea, Halkidiki.
Designation: Monument in honour of Félix Sartiaux.
The monument reads: «ΟΔΟΣ ΦΕΛΙΞ ΣΑΡΤΙΩ - RUE FÉLIX-SARTIAUX” (Félix Sartiaux Street). In 1914 Félix Sartiaux provided refuge to 800 Greeks who were fleeing the massacre at Palaia Phocaea in Asia Minor.
Erected 2010 Sculptor: Vasilis Pavlis
GREECE, Nea Erythrea, Attica.
Designation: Memorial for the victims from Asia Minor.
The monument is inscribed with the names of towns situated around the Erythraia (Greek: Ερυθραία) Peninsula west of Smyrna.
GREECE, Neos Milotopos.
Designation: Memorial for the Greeks of Asia Minor.
Inscribed with a poem by Nobel Prize winning Greek poet George Seferis, who was born in Asia Minor.
Designation: The Greeks of Neohori Chilis (today Yeniköy) a district in Constantinople (today Istanbul).
Inscription: We were hunted from our parental lands, to this place we came, so that our children can live. In memory of an unforgettable homeland: Neohori Chilis, Constantinople, Asia Minor.
Designation: Genocide of the Greeks of Eastern Thrace.
Inscription: Of the massacre of the Greeks of Thrace by the Bulgarians and Neo-Turks, this monument was built by the descendants of the victims in eternal memory.
GREECE, Hagia Triada
Designation: In memory of the massacre of approximately 100 Greeks at Economio (today Kumburgaz) in Eastern Thrace. The massacre occurred on the 25th of January 1913 and is considered one of the first known massacres of the Greek Genocide.
Inscription: Economio, ancient land, your children are now living in Hagia Triada.