Greek Student Creates Art Application

Friday, May 18, at 8pm, the Tellogleion Foundation of Arts in Thessaloniki hosts young Greek student Fotini Valeontis, who created a new application called...

Greeks Work More Than Europeans But Earn Less

According to a Regus survey on the Work-Life Balance Index, Greeks appear to be the hardest workers, earning, unfortunately, less than other workers all...

Benaki Museum Hosts Jewelry Exhibition of Famous Artists

Visitors of the Benaki Museum will have the chance to admire a selection of jewelry designed by famous painters and sculptors from May 16...

Mock Socrates Trial Held 2,500 Years Later

Almost 2,500 years later, the trial of Socrates is about to be repeated. This time Socrates is acquitted in a historical trial which is...

Olympic Flame Reaches Chania

The Venetian port of Chania greeted the Olympic Flame. The flame relay will travel to London on July 27, heralding the 2012 Olympic Games. But...

Greek Journalist Konstantinos Bogdanos Attacked by Hooded Men

Konstantinos Bogdanos, TV presenter hosting an informative show on the Greek Channel SKAI, was attacked and beaten up in downtown Athens sometime after midnight. The...

Acropolis Museum Celebrates International Museum Day

There will be concerts and free entrance for everyone at the Acropolis Museum to celebrate the International Museum Day and the European Night of...

Thessaloniki Hosts International Book Fair

36 popular and successful personalities, all working in the book sector, will attend the 9th International Book Fair in Thessaloniki from May 24-27. Internationally recognized...

Jacques Rogge Declared Honorable Citizen of Ancient Olympia

The Museum of the History of the Olympic Games in Antiquity in ancient Olympia opened its doors to the public after having been robbed...

6th International Tattoo Convention in Athens Begins May 11

The 6th International Tattoo Convention is about to start in Athens as the inauguration date has been set for tomorrow (Friday May 11). The...

SETE: Political Turmoil Brings 50% Decline in Tourism

Greek tourism seems to be paying the price for the unending political turmoil in Greece. Recent developments urged agents to ring the alarm bell...

Discounts at 13 Airports Across Greece Expected to Boost Tourism

A new discount has been launched by the Greek Minister of  Transport, aiming to boost tourism. Until the end of 2012, 13 peripheral Greek...

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