Archaeological Museum of Kos Restoration Complete and Open to Public

The restored Archaeological Museum of Kos was inaugurated on Sunday by Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas and regional governor of southern Aegean Giorgos Hatzimarkos. The museum...

2,000-Year-Old Skeleton Discovered During Second Phase Underwater Excavation of Antikythera Shipwreck

The second phase of the 2016 underwater excavation of the 1st century B.C. Antikythera shipwreck took place from August 28 to September 14 and...

Exhibits Reveal Underwater Archeology at Phylos’ Castle

While in Greece you can visit the compound of the Ottoman Fortress of Pylos (Niokastro), where you will see Greece's first museum of underwater...

Piraeus Port’s Ancient Ietonian Gate to be Upgraded

The archaeological site of the Ietionian Gate in Piraeus will be upgraded and is expected to be ready to open to the public in...

Exhibition on the Elephant of Tilos at Athens University

A unique exhibition, titled "Elephas tiliensis. Dwarf and three-dimensional," was inaugurated at the Museum of Geology and Paleontology of the National University of Athens...

The Search for More Artifacts at the Antikythera Shipwreck Expedition Starts Thursday

The second phase of the 2016 underwater excavation of the 1st century B.C. Antikythera shipwreck will begin on Thursday, the head of the Hellenic...

Ancient Theater of Delos Hosts Play for Refugees After 2,000 Years

The ancient theater of Delos will be revived after two thousand years of silence. The play, "Hecuba (Ekavi), a refugee in Delos," is organized...

Top 5 Reasons Greek Peloponnese Is the ‘Must visit place in 2016’

Located at just about a 1-hour drive from Athens, the Peloponnese region offers many different historical sites, culture and beauty to tourists looking for...

Starstruck: Full Moon Fever Hits Greece [pictures]

Thousands of Greeks paid heed to the Ministry of Culture's 116 free events at archaeological sites and museums around the country for some mystical...

Ancient Tower of Winds in Athens Opens to Visitors

After decades of being closed off to the public, the Greek Culture Ministry announced on Wednesday that the Tower of Winds, or the Horologion...

The Rhodian Village Where the Locals Speak Cypriot

Have you ever wondered why Rhodians appear to have a slight Cypriot twang when they speak? Greeks on the island of Cyprus date back to...

Another Clay Amphora With Human Bones at Ierapetra, Crete

A clay amphora containing human bones was found in the area of Gra Lygia, Ierapetra, in Crete. This is the second clay amphora with...