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The Turkish Film Week at the Greek Film Museum opened today, October 23, and 14 films from Turkey will be presented as samples of the Turkish production. The...

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The first ever CD-ROM, the infamous and enigmatic Phaistos Disc that was made 4,000 years before the development of computer science, is believed to have...

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Earlier this week, the Danish Institute in Athens, Greece, hosted a presentation event for a book written by Greek Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University...

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The Greek government is putting forth a new bill that will allow non-EU citizens to acquire Greek citizenship if they spend at least 250,000...

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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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Another amazing discovery has surfaced on the Amphipolis dig, Greece. The missing head of the Sphinx "guarding" the tomb's entrance was finally discovered inside the third...

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A wooden sculpture of a manly figure surfaced during excavations, prior to the planned construction work for the expansion of Athens Metro to the...

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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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The great Greek singer, songwriter and composer Spyros Zagoraios has died at the age of 86. Spyros Zagoraios was born in 1928 in the neighborhood...

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Archaeologists attempting to reach the next chamber in the Amphipolis tomb have struck a wall of dirt. After cleaning and exposing the mosaic floor...