The Parthenon

The Parthenon Like You ‘ve Never Seen it Before!

A team of Russian photographers has created this amazing digital tour of the Acropolis in Athens. Anybody who wishes to visit The Parthenon but...

Ancient Greece’s 5,160 Original Names

Have you ever wondered how many different names there are in use today all over the world? We may not have the answer, but...

Clooney’s Monuments Men Want Parthenon Marbles Back In Greece

Actor-director-activist George Clooney, who has taken on worldwide causes such as the Sudan tragedy, now has unwittingly stepped into an age-old fight between Greece...

“Nautilus: Navigating Greece” Exhibition Opens in Brussels

The exhibition "Nautilius: Navigating Greece" has opened at the Musée des Beaux Arts (Βozar) in Brussels, Belgium. On display until the end of April, the...

Greece to Open Archaeological Diving Parks

Located near Pylos in the south-western Peloponnese, the two parks will allow visitors to explore ancient shipwrecks and underwater archaeology. Among the sites are the...
Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece

Acropolis Museum Launches a New Weekly Thematic Programme

The Acropolis Museum is launching a new weekly programme with multiple thematic sessions on Greek antiquity. Specifically, the thematic sessions will be held every Saturday...

Greek Museums Will Surprise us in 2014!

The New Year includes many cultural events and exhibitions at major Greek archaeological museums. Directors of four of the most important museums in Greece...

Ancient Greeks Pioneers in Technology

Many arts and sciences were born and developed in ancient Greece: music, language, sports, philosophy only to mention a few. But there is one...

The Ancient Theatre of Sparta in Way of Restoration

It stands for its size, quality and the luxury of its construction. The ancient theatre of Sparta, built around 30-20 B.C., is located north...

Europe’s Oldest Written Text Found in Greece

Michael Cosmopoulos, professor of the University of Missouri- Saint Louis (UMSL), is returning the oldest written text of Europe on a ceramic tablet, to...

Souvlaki and Non-Stick Pans Invented by Ancient Greeks

New scientific research reveals that the ancient Mycenaean's, apart from being great warriors and excellent architects, were also very good cooks. More than 3,000...

TIME: ‘Privatization Will Save the Treasure of Ancient Greece’

The well-known magazine TIME, conducted  a thorough report on the exploitation of the ancient Greek antiquities and treasures. In particular, the article mentions the...

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