Area Linked to 1821 Proclaimed Historical

Following the positive and unanimous approval of the Greek Central Archaeological Council, which met the local community’s longstanding demand, the area in Arkadia has...

Exhibition of Samos’ Best In Thessaloniki

An exhibition with traditional products of Samos, as well as a photo exhibition with the island’s enchanting landscapes dominating was held in Thessaloniki from...

Exhibit Honors Greek-Jewish Resistance

Within the framework of a mutual program of co-operation with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Athens, the Jewish Museum of...

Ten Years After The Treaty Of Athens

Greece on April 16 is remembering the historic anniversary 10 years earlier when the Treaty of Accession to the European Union of 10 European...

Three Historic School Buildings in Danger of Demolition

Three schools with rich architectural and educational history are now abandoned and in danger of demolition, at the same time the International Day for...

Junta Lovers Host Political Memorial

Unrepentant defenders of Greece's brutal military dictatorship, the junta carried out by the Colonels, will gather on April 21, the 46th anniversary of the...

Mantouvalou Candidate for Andersen Award

Greek author Sofia Mantouvalou is claiming the international Andersen Award 2013. The winner will be announced in September. Her work in children’s literature has...

Sinking of Hospital Ship Attica in Cavo D’oro in 1941

Seventy two years ago today, the Greek hospital ship Attica was sunk by an Axis Powers air raid on the night between April 11th...

Students Learn Ancient Greek Diet

Pork with plums, stuffed pork, pork belly with sweet and sour sauce with honey, thyme and vinegar, accompanied by chickpeas paste, chicken with coarsely...

Digital Museum For Plato’s Academy

A digital museum will be created at the site of Plato’s Academy in an Athens neighborhood. The project was approved on April 11 by...

Athens’ Cathedral Ready By October

The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Annunciation, popularly known as the Metropolis, is the cathedral church of the Archbishop of Athens and all Greece and Athenians and others...

Schaeuble Rejects WWII Reparations For Greece

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, a hardliner insisting on harsh austerity measures in Greece in return for international aid - much of it supplied...

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