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Top Five Greek Destinations that Could Be an “X-File”

If Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, the  investigators of paranormal phenomena from the famous TV series "The X-Files" were to visit Greece, would there...

Renowned Greek Actor and Theatre Director Thymios Karakatsanis Passes Away

Thymios Karakatsanis, one of Greece's most beloved actors and directors of ancient Greek plays, died on Saturday, June 30th at the age of 72....

‘Maniera Cypria: Lemesos, Fabula, Historia, Memoria’ Exhibition in Limassol

On the occasion of the Cypriot Presidency of the Council of the European Union the "Maniera Cypria: Lemesos, Fabula, Historia, Memoria" exhibition will be...

The Same Old Story- Tourist Trespass the Archaeological Site of Olympia Without Detection

A 61-year-old Australian tourist trespassed the archaeological site of Olympia on Monday evening. She jumped over the iron fencing and entered the site without...

21st Nafplion Festival Kicks Off Today at the Historical Peloponnesian City

The historic city of Nafplion in the Peloponnese is the place to be at the end of June. The annual NAFPLION FESTIVAL kicks off...

Antikythera Mechanism Becomes Lego Game

The Antikythera mechanism is regarded to be humanity's oldest computer. It dates back to the early 1st century BC and is designed so that...

Increase In Tomb Raiders, Lack of Cash

Driven by the serious economic crisis bringing the country to its knees, a growing number of Greeks are becoming makeshift ''treasure hunters'' (although it...

New Democracy Conservatives Win Greek Election: Final Results

The pro-austerity New Democracy Conservatives won the critical June 17 elections, edging out the anti-austerity Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) but without enough...

New Democracy Pulls Away from SYRIZA, Tsipras Concedes

ATHENS –In a political thriller that was too close to call after the initial exit polls, the pro-austerity New Democracy Conservatives were projected to...

Greek Banks Delay Large Withdrawals, Keep Refilling ATMS

ATHENS – Fearful of a stalemated June 17th election and worried over giving up the euro and returning to the ancient drachma, frantic Greeks...

Third Year Anniversary of the Opening of the New Acropolis Museum

The New Acropolis Museum in Athens celebrates its three years of existence with a series of events on its premises Wednesday, June 20th. Exhibition...

The Three Greek Election Scenarios: Lose, Lose, Lose

ATHENS – Greece’s critical June 17th elections have been framed as a euro vs. drachma dilemma, whether the country will stay in the Eurozone...

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