The First Car Accident in Greece

The first car accident officially recorded in Greece occurred on Sunday, March 4, 1907, at about 11.30 in the morning, on the Syggrou avenue...

Big Trouble In Little Cyprus Over The Ages

Situated at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has been a meeting point for civilizations over the centuries. The birthplace of Venus...

Pedestrian, Archaeological Links For Athens

Two new rambling roads and green respite areas, along with archaeological and Byzantine research sites will be soon constructed in Athens. The first one is...

Alexander The Great Rocks His Opera

How rock was Alexander the Great? The Rock Opera entitled Alexander is a theatrical-musical production of a play created by the Greek composer Constantine Athirides...

Musician Ioannidis Fumes Over Cyprus

Alkinoos Ioannidis, a well-known Cypriot composer, lyricist, singer and orchestrator said his island's economic crisis and ceding of its sovereignty to foreign lenders has...

Tragic End of 1821’s Greek Heroes

The Greek War of Independence commenced in 1821 and waged until 1832 when the Greek free state was finally established under the blessings and...

Corfu Gets A Real Greek Breakfast

A Greek Corfiot breakfast was provided on March 23 by Corfu hotel owners at the Corfu Palace Hotel with the collaboration of the Chefs...

Antikythera Wreck’s Final Museum Run

The unique exhibition, The Antikythera Shipwreck: the Ship, the Treasures, the Mechanism, which is currently on show at the Archaeological Museum in Athens, will...

Documetary on the Nafplio Guillotine

A television tribute of AMNA TV releases the history of the guillotine, which operated in Nafplio for the execution of the death penalty, from...

Artists Work To Pay Greece’s Debt

Due to the economic crisis more than 30 Greek artists, as a symbolic gesture, are putting up their works in auction with the intention...

Avramopoulos on Hagia Sophia’s Renovation

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely monitoring both the developments concerning Hagia Sophia of Istanbul and the reversal of the Turkish Government’s politics...

Tripoli’s Malliaropouleion Theater Reopens

The Malliaropouleion Theater of Tripoli is reopening its doors to the public on March 22, the first day of spring. It is the theater...

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