Lake Vouliagmeni: A Miracle of Nature in Athens

Vouliagmeni Lake is truly a miracle of nature and is located just 25km from the center of Athens, one of the most beautiful places...

Unlucky Bear Of War Misha Dies In Hibernation

Misha the bear, who had been transferred from Belgrade’s Zoo to Arcturos Bear Sanctuary in Nymfaio, Florina, during the war in Yugoslavia in 1999,...

Kefalonia Earthquake Gives Birth to New Beaches

A seismology group from Athens University visited Kefalonia to record earthquake measurements after the recent earthquakes in the region. Initially it was observed that...

300 Oil Companies Interested in Ionia and Crete

Approximately 300 foreign oil companies have been in touch with the Greek Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, expressing an interest in the seismic...

EU Court Condemns Greece over Sea Turtles

The European Court condemned Greece for not providing adequate protection to endangered sea turtles of the caretta caretta species. More specifically, the court focused on a dump...

Greek Medicinal and Aromatic Plants on International Market

The president of the Association for Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Greece (EAFFE), Katerina Grigoriadou, declared that the industry intends to expand into the...
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“Sifis” Crocodile Operation in Crete

The Development Organization of Crete has placed several traps in order to capture “Sifis”, the crocodile found in the region of Rethymno, on the Greek...

Anavra the Greek Village with Zero Unemployment

Anavra, a Greek village and former community in Magnesia, Thessaly and current part of Almyros municipality, is a village-standard among all European countries. Sixteen years...

Athens Smog Levels Concern Doctors

The Athens Medical Association has expressed its concern about the high levels of smog over Greece’s largest cities. Doctors have warned citizens to limit their...

DEPA: Studying Gas Pipeline Feasibility in SE Mediterranean

The Greek Environment Ministry announced today that DEPA would be launching a study to check if it is feasible to build a pipeline that...

Greece May Be Set for Hottest Summer in 10 Years

Meteorologists predict Greece will experience one of its hottest summers of the past decade, with possibly record-breaking temperatures expected to exceed 2007 highs. Forecasting models suggest El Nino...

NATO’s Naval Exercises Massacre Whales in Crete

The photo that the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki published, depicting stranded whales along the south-east shores of Crete has brought forth a great deal...

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