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Greece: How Long Until Junta?

By Bill Frezza* - It is often said that to get a glimpse of our future we should study the lessons of the past....

Ancient Gold Wreath In Thessaloniki Subway

The ongoing dig for the Thessaloniki subway system has uncovered another gold wreath, which was found during the last excavation for what will the...

Plato’s Tree Safe, Replacement Cut Down

Greece's General Directorate of Antiquities said a tree believed cut down for firewood on the ancient site of Plato's Academy was not the same...

Plato’s Tree Cut Down For Firewood

Greeks, desperate to find fuel to stay warm because they can't afford heating oil that has been ghit with big tax increases, have been...

A Guide to Greek Christmas

Greece may be best known for its Easter holidays with the spring flowers and red eggs rather than its Christmas tradition, but it sure has...

Acropolis Museum Opens Ancient Doors for X-mas

The Acropolis Museum is going to host events to celebrate Christmas, starting Dec. 22. Visitors are welcome to attend educational children's workshops, archaeological programs...
Honeymon in Santorini

Top 6 Greek Island Honeymoon Destinations

Greece has even more to offer visitors - including newlyweds - that what can be seen in movies and on the news. You can...

A Guide to Greek Drinks and Drinking

Drinking alcoholic beverages has a symposium-like and festive quality abundant at celeberations in Greece, especially on name days, birthdays, holidays, weddings, gatherings, graduations and...

Rovies Grows Foods the Organic Way

In the village of Rovies on the island of Evia, on the coast of the north Euboean Gulf, a community that lies at the...

Paleokastritsa’s Fabulous “Deep Blue” Beckons Divers

The crystal-clear waters, the underwater caves and trenches, all amid the prism of innumerable colors created when sunlight penetrates the sea, come together in...

Fires Still Burning Areas Around Mt. Athos

The fire that broke out on Mt. Athos in Halkidiki, northern Greece on Aug. 8 raged for days despite all-night coordinated operations by firefighters...

Michalis Pieris: A Poet of the “Periphery”

“We must not be ashamed of the Syrian and Egyptian blood in our veins; we should really honour it, take pride in it…” C. P. Cavafy, “Going...

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