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Hand Gestures in Greece?

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Anyone visiting Greece should be aware that in addition to the spoken language, much is also said with facial expressions and hand gestures. Learning some of these gestures before a visit can be very useful, and will help you avoid confusion. If you see someone moving their hand as if they are saying bye or asking you to step back, they are actually wanting you to come closer. Raising one's finger to touch the lip is another hand gesture you may see. This means that the person doing it has something that they want to tell you.
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