We are in Chalkida (or Chalkis), the capital and main port of the Euboea, in the Region of Central Greece.
The film opens with a general shot of the harbor decorated and full of people who are there. The filmmaker focuses on a group of well-dressed men and then on the decorations for March 25, the National Day of Greece, which commemorates the Celebration of the Greek Revolution of 1821.
We see footage of the parade, with a school of older children who wear their special school blue uniforms followed by small children and a group of young men with three of them leading the way holding drums. The parade continues with girls and boys dressed in traditional costumes.
Groups of children and of all ages follow, with each school having its own attire as well as little boyscouts follow. The lens shows us a school group whose mascot is a dog holding a flag in its mouth. Then, follow military vehicles, with mopeds, jeeps, trucks, tanks and fire trucks.
The film closes with the parade of the infantry as well as the band with the head giving them the tempo.