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‘Colossus of Rhodes Project’ to Revive One of Ancient World’s 7 Wonders

Young professionals from Greece, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom have been inspired to take up the ambitious "Colossus of Rhodes Project," aiming to revive one of the...

New Cretan Immune Boosting Supplement to Be Released Next Month

A new food supplement with immune strengthening properties, that was created by researchers at the University of Crete in Greece, consisting of three popular...

Scientific Paper Proves That Minoan Civilization Originated in Europe

"The first advanced Bronze Age civilization of Europe was established by the Minoans about 5,000 years before present," the new article, entitled "A European population in...

Greece Ranks Rock Bottom in High-Speed Internet Connections

Greece has a rate of 0.4 percent in ultra-high-speed web connections, while the majority of its households (70 percent) enjoys internet speeds of below 30 MBps. As...

Hundreds of Muslims Covered in Blood During Public Ritual in Piraeus

Hundreds of Shia Muslims gathered in Piraeus, Saturday, October 24, to commemorate the holy day of Ashura, mourning the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of...

Greek Pharmacists Launch 24-Hour Nationwide Strikes

Greek pharmacists across the country are planning to protest outside Greece's Ministry of Health on Monday at 1pm in a 24-hour strike, reacting to the government's measures...

European Commission to Build Huge Refugee Center in Athens

The European Commission is planning to create a huge refugee reception center in Athens, Greece, to address the great influx of migrants in the country, according...

Huge Influx of Migrants to Greece Unaffected by Bad Weather

A huge inflow of migrants and refugees to Athens continued on Saturday as more than 2,500 people arrived to Greece's capital from the Greek island of Lesvos. Despite the...

43-Year-Old Woman Swept Away by Flood Found Dead in Athens

A 43-year-old mother of two children was found dead on Saturday morning in the area of Freattyda in Piraeus, after her car was swept away...

5 Ancient Greek Discoveries that Shaped Our Modern World

If you are wondering exactly what were the contributions of Ancient Greece to our modern world, here is just a small sample of the top inventions and discoveries of...

Nemean Games’ Revival To Become Modern-Day Tradition (Trailer)

The Nemean Games, Panhellenic festivals that were celebrated by the ancient Greeks as part of the cycle of games at Delphi, Isthmia, and Olympia, will be revived for the...

9 Greek Cities Among Europe’s 15 Oldest

"Greece is by far the winner when it comes to historical cities," the non-profit and free educational website OneEurope recently announced, publishing a relevant infographic it conducted based explicitly on...

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