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Academic Research on Modern Greece’s Population Growth

Professors at the University of Thessaly Byron Kotzamanis and E. Androulaki are working on a research paper shedding light on the population growth...

Common Questions Ancient Greeks Asked Oracles

Professor Mika Kajava from the University of Helsinki revealed some of the most common questions ancient Greeks asked the oracles of their time, during...

Excavation Projects in Ancient Corinth

A series of new excavations on the site of Ancient Sicyon, one of the most important cities of antiquity, was approved yesterday by the...

Halkidiki Promoted As Major Tourist Attraction

Over 12 million Americans will learn about the flavors, colors and lifestyle of Halkidiki, northern Greece, through articles and broadcasts. In India, 210,000 readers...

Survey Says! Greeks Unhappy With EU

Greek citizens tend to feel negative about the future within the European Union (EU), according to a nationwide survey presented by the University of...

The Police in Ancient Greece

The term "police" used by modern states to describe the body enforcing the law and maintaining order, comes from Middle French police, in turn...

Ancient Messene Theater Reopens in August

For more than 600 years the ancient theater of Messene had hosted cultural and political events attended by major historical figures of the time,...

Free Physical Exercise by MCH Training

When you hear about workout, you probably think of a gym, a group class or a stadium. Have you ever thought that you might...

Dream Weddings Organized in Crete

Maybe Greece has lately been in the eye of the storm due to the economic downturn, foreign austerity policies and social upheavals, but the...

Google ECD Vranakis Redesigns Greece’s Image

Steve Vranakis, 41, born in Canada, but originating from Chania, Crete, is the Executive Creative Director of Google's Creative Lab. His long experience in...

New DNA Tests Show Minoans’ European Origins

A recently conducted DNA analysis on the remains of Minoans' skeletons found mainly in a cave in Lassithi, Crete, suggest beyond any doubt and...

May 19, Pontian Greek Genocide Remembrance Day

In 1994, May 19 was selected by the Greek parliament as the day to commemorate the Pontian Greek Genocide by the Turks. The Pontic...

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