The Greek government said they will give special treatment to Greek-origin Ukrainian citizens of war-torn areas who want to resettle in the European Union. According...

Archaeological excavations, carried out since 2009 at the 3.5 hectares site of Aghios Vassilios Hill near the village of Xirokambi on the Sparta plain, unearthed the...

The "petrified Mermaid," a statue created by Greek artist Dionysis Karipidis, no longer adorns Portokali beach in Chalkidiki, northern Greece. The artist destroyed his own...

The economic crisis has led many Greeks to antiquity looting and smuggling, with most of them being first-time offenders with no criminal record, says...

*By Andrew Chugg At the end of January this year the Greek Ministry of Culture commissioned various tests on the bones found in the burial...

A year ago archaeologists came across a unique monument, the largest ancient Greek tomb that has ever been found in the country. The Amphipolis tomb, built on...

A large underwater ancient Greek settlement of the 3rd millennium BC was brought to light by the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities and the University...

The conflict regarding the ancient Greek tomb that was unearthed last year in Amphipolis is still ongoing, while chief archaeologist Katerina Peristeri appears defensive. In a...

More than 140 events will take place in various Greek archaeological sites, museums and monuments on the occasion of the 2015 August full moon,...

Greece has been in the center of international attention since 2008 due to the financial crisis that broke in the country. However, this is...

The Urban Picnic Festival in Thessaloniki is an initiative to showcase archaeological sites within the urban city network that are often overlooked. It is...

Zonar’s is a classic café and pastry shop located in downtown Athens near Syntagma Square that has been operating since the summer of 1940. Numerous Greek...