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Was Helen Really to Blame for the Trojan War – or...

By Jan Haywood* The legend of Troy is one of the oldest stories ever told, but reached a new audience through Wolfgang Petersen’s 2004 Hollywood...

US Calls on Cyprus to Halt Visits of Russian Navy Vessels

The US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Matthew Palmer called earlier in the week on Cyprus to halt regular...

Greek Football Resumes on June 6

The Greek government on Wednesday has given permission to the country's Super League to restart the football season on June 6. A maximum of...

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CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT

Hundreds of Outdoor Cultural Events Scheduled Across Greece this Summer

Greece's Ministry of Culture announced on Monday a series of 251 events and performances at 111 archaeological sites and museums across the country to...

New Survey Shows High Demand for Travel to Greece

According to a survey published on Tuesday, demand for travel to Greece from major tourism markets is much stronger than other polls have shown...

May 28, 1952: Greek Women Earn the Right to be Elected

After many decades of struggle, Greek women finally got the right to be elected in Parliament in May 28, 1952. It then took more than...