History

History

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Hellenic American Union with the cooperation of the Hellenic American College presents an exhibition on the architectural boom of Athens in the 1960s. The...

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In an effort to reach the fourth chamber in the Amphipolis tomb, the excavation crew reached an 8.4 square meter vault and found an...

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The house of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, in Thessaloniki reopens to the public, exhibiting personal belongings and household objects. The...

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On the occasion of Greece 's National Celebration of October 28, 1940, Greek Reporter presents the heroic tale of the Greco-Italian War and the following deep...

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The discovery of the missing sphinx's head inside the third chamber of the Amphipolis tomb – 12 meters from the entrance– has raised several intriguing...

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For ancient Greeks, rape was natural, normal sexual behavior. Adultery, meanwhile was considered a crime, according to a recent Spectator Magazine article. In ancient Greece,...

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A memorial for the Assyrian victims of the Turkish genocide of Christians during World War I was unveiled in Athens, Greece, a city that hosts...

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"I have no inspiration in England. In Greece I get inspired because there are stories and people I love, it is never quiet, there...

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A century has passed since Greek battleship “G. Averof” sailed into the Faliro bay and was appointed as the flagship of the Hellenic Navy, heading...

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A documentary about Greece in the aftermath of the Civil War and World War II that was found in the United Nations archives in 2007 will be...

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A book stabbed by Emmanuel Rhoides in a fit of anger, letters of Eleftherios Venizelos and Dionysios Solomos, the first edition of the “Hymn...

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The Greek ministry of culture released today a set of pictures of the newly-excavated Amphipolis tomb mosaic. The mosaic is now fully uncovered, exposing...