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Greek Armenians Hold Rally in Athens: “We are Like Brothers and Sisters”

By Sean Mathews A large demonstration was held in Athens’ Syntagma Square on Wednesday by members of the Greek Armenian community in a show of...

Athens Squares Buzz Past Midnight After Crackdown on Bars, Cafes

By Sean Mathews In the Athenian neighborhood of Pangrati it is five minutes to midnight -- the official closing time of bars and restaurants per...

Lawyer Explains How to Obtain Greek Citizenship

By Anastasia C. Miliou, Court of Appeals Lawyer The roots of the Greek family are deep and transcend time. Second and third generation Greeks born...

Risk of New Lockdown as Mask-Wearing Cretans Are a Rare Sight

By Benjamin Newton Wylie-Black As many will be aware, areas of Greece have undergone and are undergoing local restrictions in an attempt to flatten the...

The Discovery that Links Ancient Greece with the IT Revolution

By Dr. Constantine Passaris Ancient Greece has endowed humanity with many significant accomplishments of human endeavour. Indeed, it has created a monumental footprint and an...

Frustration Mixed With Joy: My Traveling Experience on Greek Buses

By Andrew Tzembelicos The Greek government’s recent announcement of a cash infusion and modernization of the KTEL regional bus system should be welcomed by all...

How Can Airlines Make Travelers Feel Comfortable Again?

By Janet Bednarek The U.S. airline industry has generally faced two obstacles in enticing more people to fly: fear and fares. Before the novel coronavirus, few...

Why We Moved Back to Greece

By Katherine Ziogas Moving back to Greece is most Greek Americans dream. Especially if you had spent your childhood there. Memories of blue skies, blue...

Greece Sets an Example By Opening Up Its Underwater Cultural Heritage

By Kaitlyn Waters* As the dawn of the UN's Decade of Ocean Science, to be celebrated from 2021-2030, approaches, a recent policy change by the...

Eight-Year-Old “Greek Einstein” Dazzles German Teachers

By Paula Tsoni Eight-year-old Greek pupil Tasos Gerantidis has settled into his new school in Germany, just few months after he made headlines for his...
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Athens’ Acropolis Museum Prepares to Celebrate Eleventh Birthday

By Paula Tsoni The new Acropolis Museum in Athens celebrates 11 years of operation on Saturday, June 20, with reduced entry for everyone at 5...

Love, War and Intrigue in Nazi-Occupied Crete Take Center Stage in New Novel

By Paula Tsoni In his latest work of fiction, titled "Georgina," Scottish writer David Munro takes us through a fascinating story of heartache, romance and...

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