Greek Poet Titos Patrikios Gets Lerici Pea Award

Titos Patrikios, one of the most renowned poets of contemporary Europe and Greece, has suffered prison sentences, violence and exile for his political and...

Confidential Report on German War Reparations

The Sept 22 front page of the newspaper Realnews reveals a secret report issued by the General Accounting Office of Greece concerning Berlin’s debts...

6,000-year-old Wine Discovered in Kavala

In the prehistoric settlement of Dikili Tash were discovered the oldest samples of wine that were ever recorded in Europe. The samples date back...

Greek National Opera Season Opens with Free Rehearsal in Piraeus

The Greek National Opera presented its programme for the new season at a press interview that also included an appeal by its directors to...

Greek Actor Michalis Giannatos Passes Away

The Greek actor Michalis Giannatos, who became known through roles of Turkish characters and who is particularly likeable to the Greek audience, especially through...

Curtain Rises Today on Athens Film Festival

Over 200 movies are on the screening list of the 19th Athens International Film Festival, which opens on Wednesday in Athens and runs to...

Scientists Search Wood Used for Ancient Triremes

Scientists from Greece and the US believe they are close to tracing the wood from which ancient triremes were made.  The scientists are searching...

First Athens World Poetry Festival

A number of 69 poets will participate in 22 different events that will take place in the region of Athens as part of the...

Greek Woman Kicking Roma Girl in Athens – Pic Goes Viral

A photograph of a female shop owner pushing a little Roma girl street musician on a pedestrian walkway under the Acropolis to send her...

Six Greek Diaspora Personalities on Postal Stamps

The International Foundation for Greece honored six distinguished living personalities of the Greek Diaspora at the Acropolis Museum on September 16, in the presence...

Lyceum Club of Greek Women Celebrates 102 Years

Five years after its last appearance, the Lyceum Club of Greek Women is returning to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus (the stone theater structure...

Kazantzakis Award Winners Named

The International Award named after the acclaimed late Greek writer Nikos Kazantzakis will be awarded to Maria Hadjiapostolou, theologist, and Marta Silvia Dios Sanz...

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