Alexander’s Tomb May Not Be Found

On Aug. 22, the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports published an announcement on its official website about the way the media handled the...

Athens Digital Film Festival Coming in September

A number of more than 200 short films, Greek and foreign, a contest, tributes to Greek directors, parallel programs and art exhibitions about digital...

Full Moon Opening for Aeschylean Festival 2013

This year’s program of the Aeschylean Festival includes 26 performances, eight of which are theatrical and six musical. The theatrical part of the festival will...

Tomb of Alexander the Great Unearthed?

A group of archaeologists in Amphipolis, a municipality in Serres, claim to have made one of the greatest archaeological discoveries ever, as they believe...

The Photograph that Travels the World

This is the photograph, entitled I am a Greek, that has gone viral. It has already been posted on major sites abroad and has...

CMP: Investigations in Military Zones in Nicosia, Kyrenia

The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) is proceeding with the investigation of locating missing people in military zones in the regions of...

Ouzo: The Greek Drink’s History & Health Benefits

The anise-flavored aperitif that is widely consumed in Greece and Cyprus has been for many years considered to have various medical properties and health...

Drought Brought Down Ancient Greece

According to a study published on August 14 in the journal PLOS ONE, a 300-year drought may be responsible for the collapse of several...

Thessaloniki’s Atatürk Museum Reopens

With the backing of Mayor Yiannis Boutaris, the Kemal Ataturk Museum has been inaugurated after its restoration in Thessaloniki and stands as a monument...

What Is It Like to Be Greek?

Over the last few years, so many controversial things have been heard of poverty-stricken Greece since the economic crisis broke out. Rise in the...

Golfo at Epidaurus on August 16

The well-known to all Greeks bucolic idyll between Golfo and Tassos, will revive for only one night, at the ancient theater of Epidaurus on...

2nd Medieval Byzantine Festival Begins In Kastoria

The 2nd Medieval Byzantine Festival named Alexiada, will begin in Kastoria under the auspices of the municipality of Kastoria and the citizens who contributed...

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