Tablets Used to Cast Curses Discovered in 2,400-Year-Old Grave in Athens

Over a decade ago an ancient grave located northeast of Piraeus near Athens, revealed the cremated remains of a young women and five lead curse...

How Greece Stopped Payments to Creditors 77 Years Ago

It was June 1939 when dictator Ioannis Metaxas decided to stop payments to Greece's creditors claiming the needs of Greek people as the reason. Greece's...

A Mirror to the Past: Greek Evacuees from WW2 Fled for the Middle East,...

During WW2 as the German and Italian troops occupied Greece, tens of thousands of Greeks chose to flee their homeland in search of refugee...

Students from Greek Schools Abroad Perform Patriotic Song, Our Country Sweet Greece [video]

It all started with an initiative from the Greek School of Bucharest “Athena” to create a project that would let Greek children living outside...

Sailing Theater Troupe Tour Reaches Greece, Performs at Refugee Camp on Lesvos

Italian director Michele Losi, helped initiate a European Union-sponsored theater endeavor, to have a theater troupe sailing the Mediterranean, performing in various countries. Most recently they...

Scientists Solve the Mystery of Greek Amphitheater’s High Quality Sound

The ancient mystery revolving around the great acoustics of the Greek amphitheater in Epidaurus has finally been solved, according to Live Science. Scientists have...

Museum Herakleidon Hosts Group Exhibit of Contemporary Print Art from Athens

Museum Herakleidon in Athens is hosting an exhibition showcasing the dedication to the art of contemporary printmaking. The exhibit, Contemporary Print Art from Athens, is showing from June 17...

Return to Antikythera Shipwreck Yields Another 60 Treasures

The Greek Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute returned to the Antikythera Shipwreck from May 22 through to June 11. The...

Photo Clubs in Greece and Turkey Host Joint Exhibition in Celebration of Peace and...

The Mytilini Photography Association alongside Izmir Photography Group, Chios Photo Club and Bergama Photography Group are co-hosting a collective exhibition titled Neighbor's Light (Fos Geitoniko in Greek, Komşunun Işığı in Turkish). This collaboration between the...

Modern Technology Uncovers New Findings: Ancient Greek Analog Computer was a Textbook of Astronomy

Although the artifact was recovered back in 1901, new technological advances have helped archaeologists learn even more about an ancient Greek analog computer that...

Learn to Play Greek Bouzouki Online! [video]

Want to learn to play the bouzouki? It's never to late to start with lessons and now its easier than ever thanks to modern...

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...