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Large Antifa March Underway in Central Athens to Mark Killing of Greek Rapper

A large anti-fascist protest march was underway in central Athens on Saturday to mark the four-year anniversary of the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas,...

Survey: Athens is the Most Stressful City in the EU

Its inhabitants know this for a fact, but now it's official - the Greek capital is the most stressful city in the EU, according...

Drone Footage Captures Environmental Devastation at Athenian Riviera (video)

Greek government is facing criticism for its delayed and ineffective response in the wake of the oil spill from a sunken tanker, which has spread...

The Angry Outburst of the Engineer that Lighted the Acropolis in 2004

The engineer responsible for the lighting installation of the Acropolis during the Athens Olympic Games in 2004 denounced the authorities for their indifference in...

‘Between the Seas’ Performing Arts Festival to Be Held in Athens on Sept. 11-17

Transferred for the first time ever from New York to Greece, the Mediterranean performing arts "Between the Seas" Festival will this year take place...

Athens-Thessaloniki Rail Line Closed After Train Derails Near Sperchios

The railway line between Athens and Thessaloniki was shut down on Saturday after a goods train derailed in the Sperchios area early in the...

Athens’ 17th Century Fethiye Mosque Opens to the Public

A photographic exhibition on the work completed by the Athens Ephorate of Antiquities in the past two years will signal the opening of the...

Restored 17th-Century Ottoman Mosque in Athens Opens to Visitors

The 17th century Fethiye Mosque, located at the ancient Roman Agora in central Athens has been restored. Without cracks in the walls and on the...

Greek Capital Becomes a Ghost City as Athenians Take a Holiday (photos)

As most Athenians have fled the city by ships, planes, cars, trains and buses, the center of the Greek capital seems literally deserted. Most Greeks...

The Big Exodus: Athenians Desert the City En Masse for August Holiday

Athens is starting to look like a deserted city as the last remaining Athenians flock to ports, bus and train terminals for the traditional...

Meet the ‘Greeters’: Smiling Volunteers Assisting Tourists in Athens

They have sprung up on the streets of Athens, welcoming their guests. They are the "Greeters" and their moto is "May I help you?" In...

Evading the Heatwave at the Lush Oasis of the National Garden in Athens

With temperatures rising as high as 41 degrees this week in Greece, locals and tourists alike can find some respite at the National Garden...

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