Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece

Is The Acropolis Museum Losing the Numbers Game?

An opinion piece by Dr James Beresford* - Since opening in June 2009, the €129 million Acropolis Museum has become the most popular museum in Greece....

Ancient Theater of Sparta to be Restored

An important but neglected ancient theater is being restored and given to the public thanks to a partnership between private and governmental services.. With the...

Kalamata: In the Running for EU Capital of Culture 2021

Kalamata, a city located in southern Peloponnese will be submitting a bid to be named European Capital of Culture for 2021. The mayor is...

Greek Director: “The Crisis Brings Greeks Closer”

During the International Film Festival of Thessaloniki, Alexander Avranas, director of the film "Miss Violence" talked about his film and the crisis. "The economic...

A Walk Through the Tasty Part of Athens

The special tastes of charcuterie, chocolate treats, Greek herbs, spices, fine spirits and nuts emerged a few days ago in the center of Athens,...

Curtain Rises on the 54th Edition of TIFF Tonight

The curtain will rise on the 54th Thessaloniki Film Festival on Friday November 1st with a modest ceremony that will take place at 20:30...

Zincirli Mosque Opens its Gates

Zincirli mosque, which opened its doors after two centuries, reveals the architectural achievements of the Ottoman Empire. The heavy black chains that kept it tightly closed...

Greek Council Lists Megara as Archaeological Site

Today, the Greek Central Archaeological Council (KAS) voted for an area of 4,000 hectares in the western Attica region, Megara. After the voting procedure,...

Israeli Cinema Week: “Tales from the Israeli Cities”

The Embassy of Israel in Athens, in cooperation with the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation is organizing a tribute to the Israeli Cinema, under the auspices...

Greek President: The Crisis Will Be Overcome

Today, the celebrations of October 28th and the school parade took place in Thessaloniki. The elementary and high schools students of Thessaloniki paraded in...

OXI Day: Iconic Images of Greece in WWII

On October 28th, millions around the world will commemorate OXI Day, a day honoring Greece’s courageous resistance during WWII. On October 28th, 1940, the Italian...

Acropolis Museum Celebrates “Oxi Day”

In celebration of "Oxi Day," on October 28, Acropolis Museum will offer its visitors free admission and special events. October 28 is an important national...

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