Vandals Rip Down ‘Satanic’ Greek Statue

A controversial statue in southern Athens branded “Satanic” by some objectors was torn down by vandals on Wednesday night. The bright-red ‘devil’ or ‘fallen angel’...

Say Cheese! Athens To Join Museum Selfie Day

    The ubiquitous 'selfie' has become a part of modern life and on Wednesday Athens' Benaki Museum will be using them to encourage visitors to say...
Words and Images: The Art of Comics

Greek Exhibition Displays Comic Art Masters (Photos)

  Parole e Immagini / Λόγια και Εικόνες (Words & Images) is an exhibition set to visit seven different places all over Greece, to present the...

5 Must Attend Cultural Events in Athens this Winter

  The Athenian cultural scene is not only about permanent museum exhibitions every tourist makes time to visit in town. In fact, 2018 begins with...

Ten Things to Do in Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the second largest city in Greece, with more than a million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. It is also the capital of...
Here are some of the most beautiful vintage posters that helped promote Greece all over the world.

Ten Vintage Posters that Helped to Promote Tourism in Greece (Photos)

Tourism is a key factor for the Greek economy; the country has a plethora of beautiful natural landscapes to enjoy and endless cultural sites...

Greece Seeks Parthenon Sculpture from German Museum

Greece’s government is officially asking a German museum for the return of a head sculpture which once graced the Athens Parthenon. The sculpture, a centaur's...

3D Crossings Amaze Greek City

    Residents of Naoussa could be taking a walk on the wild side every time they cross the road, as a series of weird and...

Greece Asks for Repatriation of Looted Antiquities Seized by New York Authorities

Greece's Ministry of Culture and Sport said on Sunday, it is in contact with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, concerning the looted Greek antiquities...
The B&M Theocharakis Foundation for Fine Arts and Music continues this month presenting an exhibition that focuses on Giorgos Seferis works. The event named “When the light dances, I speak fairly: George Seferis and his poetry through painting and photography”, is one more of a series of presentations dedicated to the most important Greek literary figures.

George Seferis (Poet) Exhibition at the Theocharakis Foundation

  The B&M Theocharakis Foundation for Fine Arts and Music continues this month presenting an exhibition that focuses on Giorgos Seferis works. The event named “When...

A Sculpture in Athens Divides Public Opinion

Dozens of local residents of Palaio Faliro, south of Athens, led by the local priest marched on Sunday at the site of a controversial...
52 Weeks in Greece sells out. Best images of the country.

Indie Book About Greece Sold Out

Miltos Kourmpoglou is the name behind this independent proposal that has sold hundreds of copies. With his book, 52 Weeks in Greece, Miltos is...

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