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Blessing of the Oranges Custom Observed in Argos

The custom of the blessing of the oranges was observed again this year in Argos, Peloponnese, along with the tradition of the blessing of...

Hundreds Attend Spectacular Horse Parade in Argos (photos, video)

Hundreds of locals and visitors gathered to attend the 2017 Diomedia Horse Parade that took place in Argos, on Sunday November 5. The much anticipated...

Sailboat With 48 Refugees Arrives at the Port of Argostoli

A sailboat with 48 refugees that had sent a distress signal early Saturday while sailing 28 nautical miles southwest of the island of Cephalonia,...

Byzantine Museum of Argolida Opens in Argos

The Byzantine Museum of Argolida, is celebrating its opening in northern Peloponnesian town of Argos. The inauguration took place on Thursday as a part of...

First Byzantine Museum of Peloponnese in Argos

The first Byzantine museum of the Peloponnese will open at the barracks of Kapodistrias in Argos in one and a half years. The historical building of the...

See the Volcanic Springs of Greece’s Methana Peninsula

Methana is an area located on the Peloponnese Peninsula, on the Argosaronic Gulf. The peninsula of Methana originated from a volcanic eruption about 2,300...

Greek Media Mogul Giorgos Kouris Dies at 81

Influential Greek publisher Giorgos Kouris died Monday morning at the age of 81 after a long battle with cancer, his family announced. Kouris was born...

Turkish Ship Tried to Ram Greek Vessel: Reports

Reports from the island of Chios are claiming a Turkish coast guard ship tried to ram a Greek vessel which was rescuing refugees on...

Leading Greek Historian Spyros Asdrahas Dies at 84

Spyros Asdrahas; one of the most prominent Greek historians, has died at the age of 84. Asdrahas was born in Argostoli, Kefalonia in 1933. He studied...

Dutch Scientists Say that Epidaurus Theatre Legendary Acoustics are a Myth (video)

Dutch researchers say the acoustics of the theatre at Epidaurus are not as dazzling as they have been hailed. Dating from the fourth century BC,...

Greek Public Revenue Authority Plans 14,500 Raids in Tax Evasion ‘Hot Spots’

Greece's Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) is to conduct 14,500 swift raids in tourist areas where rampant tax evasion is taking place. The operation...

Palaion Patron Germanos: A Misunderstood Hero of the Greek War of Independence

One of the most characteristic paintings of the Greek War of Independence is undoubtedly the one painted by Theodoros Vryzakis in 1865 depicting Metropolitan...

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