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The Greek community in the Netherlands numbers between 4,000 and 12,500 people.
The first Greek Orthodox congregation in Amsterdam was founded by Metropolitan Gerasimos Avlonites.
- ^ Authority and Order: John Wesley and his Preachers, Ashgate Publishing, 2005, ISBN 978-0-7546-5454-4, retrieved 2007-12-31,
Tyerman has told that John Jones wrote to the patriarch of Smyrna and received confirmation that Erasmus was indeed Bishop of Arcadia, in Crete. The Greeks in Amsterdam, rather than denounce him as an imposture, acknowledged him as founding the first Greek Church there. He was not an ignorant man, but a renowned scholar, having participated in the publication of a serious work in London and Amsterdam.
- Dialektopolous, Athanasios; Veenstra, J. (1998), Grieks onderwijs in eigen taal en cultuur in Nederland/Greek education in their own language and culture in the Netherlands, Utrecht: Landelijk Inspraakorgaan Zuid-Europeanen, ISBN 978-90-801472-5-6, OCLC 68088633
- Dialektopolous, Athanasios (2003), Van tweeën een: Bicultureel-tweetalige socialisatie van Griekse leerlingen in Nederland/One of two: bilingual-bicultural socialization of Greek students in the Netherlands (PDF), Ph.D. thesis, University of Groningen, ISBN 978-90-367-1798-4, OCLC 66701422