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Jesus’ Tomb-Restoration Project Unveiled in Greece

A digital exhibit on the Greek-led preservation and restoration of Jesus' tomb has been inaugurated by the country's president at Athens' Byzantine and Christian...

Gov’t Signs Decree Opening Way to Development of Hellinikon

The presidential decree giving the go-ahead to the development of Hellinikon south of Athens, was signed by the relevant ministers on Friday, in the...

Plaka Bridge Restoration Expected to Start in Summer

The works for the restoration of the historic Plaka bridge in Ipiros, are expected to start in the summer, according to the committee responsible...

Greek Culture Minister: Kasta Tomb in Amphipolis to Be Open to Public in 3...

Talking to reporters during the presentation of a new temporary exhibition on the Emperor Hadrian at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Culture and...

Two Treasures from Shanghai Museum exhibited at Athens Acropolis Museum

Two treasures from Shanghai Museum were put on display on Friday at the Athens Acropolis Museum for an exhibition which will be on display...

Greek Culture Minister Concludes Visit to China

Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou on Sunday concluded a visit to China (17-24 September) with "significant results and a new momentum for the future," a...

Culture Ministry Fails to Include Amphipolis Monument in EU-Funded Program

Greece's Ministry of Culture is making an effort to correct the mistake of not including the Amphipolis tomb in the National Strategic Reference Framework...

Attica Museums and Archaeological Sites Will be Open Over the Weekend, Workers Call Off...

Museums and archaeological sites in Attica will be open over the weekend, as the union of the Ministry of Culture employees (POE-YPPO) decided to...

Ancient Greek Theatre Festival Opens with Euripides’ ‘Medea’ in Dodoni Theatre

The 1st Festival of Ancient Greek Theatre in Epirus opened at the ancient Dodoni theatre on Saturday night with a performance of the Euripides...

‘Tablet Levy’ Now Applies to Smartphones According to New Law Passed

On Monday, Margaritis Schinas, a European Commission spokesman said that Brussels is investigating if a specific third-party levy the government continues to impose on...

Endless Lines at Knossos Palace, Only One Ticket Stand (video)

A lot of patience and strong nerves are the two things - other than a hat and a bottle of water (large) - that...

European Commission Examining Third-Party Levies on Computers and Tablets in Greece

The bailout agreement in Greece declares that all third-party levies in the country will be reduced until finally abolished completely leading the European Commission to begin...

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