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The Castle of Monemvasia (Courtesy of Protothema).

Top Places to See in the Peloponnese

The Peloponnese remains one of the most popular destinations in Greece thanks to a unique past that blends with a natural landscape made of...

Greece’s Beautiful Mount Ziria, Home of the God Hermes

According to the legend, the Pleiad known as Maia gave birth to Zeus' son Hermes in a cave near the lake Dasios, on Mount...

Drone Footage Captures Eerie Greek Shipwreck (video)

A spectacular drone video of an eerie shipwreck in the southern Peloponnese is lighting up Greek social media. The video by Up Drones depicts the...

Greek Teacher Goes Homeless for a ‘Special Lesson’

A Peloponnese teacher who believes that teaching is more than making students learn theoretical lessons from a book, attempted a social experiment to find...

Shocking Footage of Brutality as Driver Ties Dog to Speeding Vehicle

Police in Kalavryta, Peloponnese, are searching for the driver of a pick-up truck who tied a small dog behind the vehicle and drove away...

The Peloponnese has its Own Parthenon (video)

They call it the "Parthenon of the Peloponnese". The columned temple of Apollo Epicurius is as beautiful as the Parthenon in Athens, as it rises within...

Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Theater of Thouria, Southern Greece

Greek archaeologists have unearthed part of the ancient theater of Thouria near  Kalamata city in the Peloponnese, the Culture Ministry announced on Thursday. The first...

Democratic Forces Must Show ‘Absolute Unity’ on National Goals, President Says in Tripolis

Greece's national course toward the future demands the absolute unity of all the democratic political forces in support of major national goals, President of...

The Majestic “Corinthian Switzerland”: Feneos Valley and Lake Doxa (video)

Feneos Valley, which is located in the lesser known corner of Corinthia, Peloponnese, is a place of astounding beauty. Feneos; a large, triangular-shaped valley that...

300 Dancers to Celebrate End of Epidaurus Festival with Morea Music

The Epidaurus Festival will end on August 19 with a great celebration of Morea music and dancing, featuring 300 dancers who will perform at...

Iklaina: The First City-State of Ancient Greece and Europe

Little-known Iklaina in Peloponnese was a major center of Mycenaean culture and findings indicate that it was the first city-state in Ancient Greece. Iklaina marks...

Greece’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention Confirms First Case of West Nile Virus...

The first case of West Nile Virus in Greece in the past 2 years has been reported and confirmed by the Center for Disease...

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