Albanian Chams Try to Create a Minority Issue in Greece

The recent provocative act of Albanian Chams raising a banner during a Euro 2016 football game accusing Greece of "genocide of 100,000 Chams" brought...

Iconic Navagio Shipwreck of Zakynthos in Danger of Disappearing

The team of scientists involved in preservation work at the iconic shipwreck of Zakynthos whose bow rises from Navagio Bay say it is in...

More Greeks Turn to Worship of Ancient Gods

The worship of gods of the ancients is returning as groups that espouse adoration for the mythological figures have sprung up in modern-day Greece. Several...

The Original Names of the City Athens and Their History

The origin of how one of the oldest cities in the world, Athens, attained its current name is a complicated story. Although few people are...

Exposed: The Interior of the Athens Masonic Lodge [Pics]

The National Grand Lodge of Greece, at the corner of Acharnon and Sourmeli streets, in Athens was shrouded in a veil of secrecy. People...

Turkey’s Continued Siege of Constantinople: Insulting Celebration of Greek Bloodshed on May 29

May 29 marks the 563rd anniversary of the siege and capture of the magnificent Christian Orthodox city of Constantinople, the eastern capital of the...
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Aristotle Tomb Finder Claims Political Intervention Almost ‘Buried’ the Monument [Video]

Aristotle's tomb was almost "buried" by politicians in Greece who wanted to create a gold mine in the area where the 2400 year-old monument...

10 Things You Use Everyday, Thanks to the Ancient Greeks

You would think that in this day and age of techno-bliss that all of the really important inventions come from modern society. Not so....

How Archaeologists Found the Tomb of Greek Philosopher Aristotle [video]

"I have no hard proof, but strong indications lead me to an almost certainty," said archaeologist Kostas Sismanidis who made the claim of finding...

Kea Shipwrecks Celebrate Centenary and Promote Diving Tourism [Video]

In November 1916, two ships were wrecked off the coast of Kea, a Cycladic island in the Aegean. The Municipality of Kea and the...

The Battle of Crete Remembered at 75th Anniversary in Chania

Yesterday evening against the backdrop of the historical Maleme Airport in Crete, the commemorative ceremony for the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Crete commenced. There were many representatives from...

Folklore Tradition of Fire-Walkers in Greece, Celebrating Saint Constantine and Saint Helen [video]

This weekend from May 21 through May 23 the unusual ancient folklore and legend of fire-walking lives on in Greece. Dating back to Pagan times,...