Athens Says ‘No’ to Gucci for Fashion Show on Acropolis Hill

Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) on Tuesday was unanimous in rejecting the Gucci fashion house request for holding a fashion show on the Acropolis...

A Little-Known Shipwreck in Greece that Cost More than 4,000 Lives

One of the worst maritime tragedies in history took place in Greece and cost almost four times as many lives as the Titanic; yet...

Ancient Object in Greece Baffles Archaeologists

A bird-like statuette in Greece has baffled archaeologists, as its origin and what it depicts remain a mystery. It is estimated that the object that...

74-Year-Old Yiayia From Greece Ends up in Viral Vogue Photo Spread

Eleni Christaki didn't know it at the time, but by helping out her grandson Christophoros Karvounidis, a photography student in Thessaloniki, she was about...

Greece’s National Library Prepares for Historic Move, Transition to New Era

The National Library of Greece is making a bet on its future. From the historic neoclassical building in the centre of Athens, one of...

”Documenta’ Horseback Event Approved to Recreate Parthenon Frieze Scenes

Greece's Central Archaeological Council has given its approval for a horseback parade through central Athens, planned as the opening event of the international exhibition...

WWII Survivors, Historians Present Database of Witness Accounts of German Occupation

“I don’t feel hatred for the Germans. But I feel great sadness because Nazis existed. Why did we allow as a society for Nazis...

Remains Discovered In Occupied Cyprus Likely to Be Missing Persons

A small number of remains were discovered a few days ago during excavations in a field in the village of Angastina, located in the...

Exhibition Celebrates the 1980s in Greece

A new exhibition in Athens celebrates the 1980s in Greece, a period that today's debt-ridden Greeks glorify as a time of social changes, reforms...

More Findings at Oldest Island Sanctuary on Greece’s Keros

The oldest island sanctuary in the world is on the island of Keros, between Naxos and Santorini, according to British archaeologist Sir Colin Renfrew,...

President: The Fossils of Nazism We See Springing-Up Around Europe Are Not Insignificant

Greece and Europe must not become complacent at the rise of extreme-right movements in Europe and must never forget the atrocities of the Second...

Crisis-Stricken Greeks Rediscover Worry Beads

The picture of a Greek man sitting at a traditional coffee shop worrying a string of beads was a timeless picture of Greek folklore...

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