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...

Greece to Restore Ancient Sparta City Theater

After centuries of neglect, another important classical Greek monument, the theater of the city of Sparta, will be restored to its ancient splendor thanks...

Thessaloniki: Metro Construction Reveals Over 100,000 Archaelogical Findings

During the seven years of excavations in the four (from the seven) metro stations in Thessaloniki, archaeologists have found more than 104,000 archaeological findings...
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...

173 Stolen Relics Return to Cyprus

Today, Cyprus welcomes 173 stolen relics repatriated from Munich, Germany. The relics are now in the Byzantine Museum of the Archbishop Makarios Foundation. The relics...

Ancient Roman Villa and SPA Discovered by Archaeologists in Greece

Archaeologists working in the Katounistra area, in the spa town of Loutraki near the Corinth Ishthmus, Greece on Saturday announced the discovery of a...

Lake Karla: Important Archaeological Discoveries

A farm-house, a Neolithic settlement, an inn, a ceramic furnace and scores of artifacts were discovered by archaeologists at Lake Karla located in Thessaly....

German Couple Suspected of Holding Stolen Greek Antiquities

A German couple that lives in Milos, has transformed their house into a museum. The couple kept hundreds of archeological artifacts belonging  to the...
Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece

Is The Acropolis Museum Losing the Numbers Game?

An opinion piece by Dr James Beresford* - Since opening in June 2009, the €129 million Acropolis Museum has become the most popular museum in Greece....

Zincirli Mosque Opens its Gates

Zincirli mosque, which opened its doors after two centuries, reveals the architectural achievements of the Ottoman Empire. The heavy black chains that kept it tightly closed...

Greek Council Lists Megara as Archaeological Site

Today, the Greek Central Archaeological Council (KAS) voted for an area of 4,000 hectares in the western Attica region, Megara. After the voting procedure,...

Acropolis Museum Celebrates “Oxi Day”

In celebration of "Oxi Day," on October 28, Acropolis Museum will offer its visitors free admission and special events. October 28 is an important national...

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