From Delphi to Google: Ancient Oracle to Modern Day Search Engines

In ancient Greece the people relied heavily on oracles to predict the future, reveal secret information and answers to their deepest questions. One of the...

Greek Street Artist Adorns Cyprus’ Parliament

INO is a Greek street artist who has created the most impressive and artful murals in Athens. Recently, he was invited to Cyprus to...

Culture Minister, Architect Jean Pierre Heim Discuss Ideas for New Delos Museum

The international New York-based architect Jean Pierre Heim on Monday had a meeting with Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas, the minister's aides and the head...
Mount Olympus

New 360 Video Project Offers a Unique Mount Olympus Experience!

  Greek photographer Babis Giritziotis has started a unique project that offers a unique virtual tour of Mount Olympus' highest summits. The Mount Olympus Summits 360° project...

Early Christian Olive Press on Display in Mytilene’s Archaeological Museum

An olive press dating back to the early Christian era, found on the Aegean island of Lesvos, is to be presented to the public...

Cyprus: Together, Muslim and Orthodox Christians Start Restoring Monuments, Churches and Mosques in Act...

In Cyprus, Muslim and Orthodox Christian authorities have taken the initiative to start a joint restoration project to save places of worship, culture and...

The Long History Behind Summer Vacation

Who were the first people in history to introduce the concept of vacation? How exactly did ancient Greeks used to spend their free time...

Archaeologists at Despotiko’s Apollo Sanctuary Uncover Mysteries of Archaic-era Greece

Excavations by archaeologists conducted over the last year have helped reveal the unusually large area covered by the archaic Sanctuary of Apollo on the...

Greek National Opera Performs ‘Carmen’ at Herodes Atticus Odeon

The Greek National Opera’s second major summer production is George Bizet’s groundbreaking Carmen, which will be staged at the Herodes Atticus Odeon on July...

August Full Moon Events at Museums and Archaeological Sites Around Greece

For the past few years August full moons in Greece have been celebrated with particular reverence, and this year is no exception. The Greek...

Greek Architecture Student Wins Prize for Chair Design

Greece's higher education institutions are getting recognition for their studies and research abroad. Dimitris Sergentakis, a 5th-year student from the Architectural School of the Polytechnic of Crete, competed...

Ancient Philippi listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Philippi archaeological site in Kavala is to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, in a unanimous decision announced on Friday at...