Aristotle’s 2,400-Year-Old Tomb Found at Stagira [Photos]

Greek archaeologists at Ancient Stagira, Central Macedonia, say they have found Aristotle's tomb. Addressing the Aristotle 2400 Years World Congress, they point to the...

Athens and Epidaurus Festival Program Unveiled: Edgy, Political and Youthful

Greece's major cultural event, the 61st Athens and Epidaurus Festival, is full of youth this year with 80 performances at a number of venues...

Wander the Magical Melissani Cave in Cephalonia [video]

Lake Melissani in Cephalonia is amongst the most astonishing lakes in the world. Melissani is one of the unique gulf-like lakes, which is also known as...

National Theater Unable to Cover Production Costs

According to a report released in Ta Nea, the National Theater is in dire conditions financially. It is speculated that the financial problems will...

From Ancient Mines to Healing Stones: The Evolution of the Stone Market in Greece

The importance of geology in Greece dates back to the Classical Era when mines filled with silver, gold, iron and other natural ores contributed...

Archaeological Treasures from Amvrakia on Display at Arta Museum

  The Archaeological Museum of Arta is displaying never-before-seen finds from the region of Arta, northwestern Greece. Excavations in the area, formerly known as Amvrakia,...

Homer’s Odyssey at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens

The National Archaeological Museum in Athens will have a special place in this year's International Museum Day (May 18) as it has been chosen...

Spine-Tingling Delphi: Exquisite Beauty From Above Going Viral [video]

Dimitris Mitropoulos, an avid traveler, was surprised when he brought his first drone in an effort to explore areas he hoped to visit before...

Europe Day: Culture Minister ‘Dumps’ 100 Refugees at Acropolis (Pictures)

Greek Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas took a hundred refugees to the Parthenon, welcoming them as his guests in the framework of events celebrating Europe...

Europe Day: 100 Refugees Tour Acropolis With Greek Minister

Greek Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas will guide a hundred refugees around the ancient site of the Acropolis. The refugees - mainly families from hospitality...

Monumenta: Photograph a Greek Building in Danger; You Could Save it and Win a...

In an effort to create a huge data base of Athenian architectural wonders that are rapidly-disappearing , Monumenta is hosting a photo competition, titled...

Mycenaean Era Tombs Found in Southern Greece

Tombs dating back to the Mycenaean period 1600-1100 BC were found at the town of Kiveri in the Argolis region, in southern Greece. According to...