Olive Trees Make Way For Railroad

The Hellenic Railways Organization (ERGOSE) will sell 17,500 olive trees from olive groves in northern Peloponnese in order to construct the new railway network. The...

Greek Rooftops Going Green

The sea of white-and-grey roofs across Greek cities, particularly Athens, could be changing color, at least for drab municipal buildings. The project Green Roofs in...

ARCPIN Project Protects Bears in Grevena

In October 2013, a series of actions will start being implemented in the Municipality of Grevena, a mainly mountainous and agricultural area located within...

Varympompi, Thrakomakedones in Flames

A big fire broke out at 10:20 in the evening of August 5 at Varympompi while fire-fighters are struggling with the strong winds (wind...

International Summer School on Geoparks in Mytilene

The International Summer School on Geoparks that took place on the island of Lesvos under the title, Earth heritage site assessment ─ Geoparks management...

Uncontrolled Fire at Markopoulo in Attica

The fire that is still out of control, broke out at around 2 p.m. at  Markopoulos of Attica and precisely in the Cherovouni that...

Mykonos Drowning in Tourists – and Garbage!

With tourists flocking to one of Greece's most popular islands, they're getting a taste - make that smell - of how the country's crushing...

It’s Raining Locusts in Chios!

An impressive phenomenon has been occurring on the island of Chios since June 23, according to the website greek-weather.org. Swarms of locusts appeared in the...

Another Caretta-Caretta Turtle Found Dead

Another dead Caretta-Caretta sea turtle, the fourth within June, was  spotted on the morning of June 25 by a fisherman in Amvrakikos bay. According...

Blue Flag for 57 Beaches in Cyprus

Blue Flag 2013 is waving on June13 on 57 beaches in Cyprus, which fulfill the strict international criteria of quality, breaking the record of...

The Neglected Epirus River Suffers

The natural wealth of Epirus is not limited only to its mountains, forests and beaches. There are rivers as well that complement the breathtaking...

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...

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