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Ancient Greek Tomb of Amphipolis, Louvre in the background

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A prominent Greek historian claims that it is possible for the Louvre Museum in Paris to possess artifacts from the ancient Greek tomb currently being...

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Greece has always been among the most popular holiday destinations worldwide. Especially its numerous amazing islands, filled with an abundance of visitors each year, who...

Emmanuel Kriaras

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Renowned lexicographer and philologist Emmanuel Kriaras died of a heart-attack on Friday at his home in Thessaloniki, Greece. At 107 years, Kriaras, was one...

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The tomb of Amphipolis has made an impression across the world for its large size. However, ancient Amphipolis was a powerful city with big, tall...

Google Greek Seminars

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On Tuesday, Google announced a plan that will improve Greek tourism’s online communication tools, in collaboration with the Greek National Tourism Organization (EOT) and the...

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The world awaits for the secrets of ancient Amphipolis to be revealed. According to the Greece 's Ministry of Culture and Sports, the contents...

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Greece is a country full of surprises and secret delights around every corner. Each Greek island has its own unique beauty, with small picturesque...

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  There are numerous Marian churches in the Aegean sea. Some majestic, some humble and quiet, built on rocks, in caves and inaccessible hills. Their past is filled...

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On August 15, the Greek Orthodox Church commemorates the dormition of Virgin Mary and her resurrection before entering Heaven. The Dormition of the Virgin is the...

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AP - In an obscure corner of a park sits a forlorn reminder that, 10 years ago, Athens hosted the 2004 Summer Olympics. The...

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Excavations conducted in a tomb in Casta, in ancient Amphipolis, have raised questions. The area is being guarded by the police while the Greek Ministry...

Kastoria's economy is based on fur related product manufacturing

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A long-lasting Russian embargo on Greek fur products could destroy the beautiful town of Kastoria, an international centre of fur trade in Northern Greece. "The town's economy depends on...