The Best Public Library in Greece

The Veria Public Library in northern Greece is a model library that serves 61% of the city's population and shows what can be done...

MPs Only in Economy Class

From transatlantic to transcontinetal travels, the Parliament President extends the decision for mandatory use of economy class airplane tickets, which currently applies for MPs...

New Year’s Eve Under the Acropolis of Athens

Within the framework of events planned by the Municipality of Athens, Greece, for New Year’s Eve, the city center will become a melting pot...

The Fortune-Telling and Fire-Jumping Customs of Klidonas [pics]

One of the most interesting customs of Greece is that of Klidonas, a tradition with ancient roots, that takes place on the feast day...

Man Molests Teen in Amfissa

Amfissa's local community is shocked at the news of a 52-year old Albanian man who molested a 13-year-old girl. According to reports, the victim...

Renovated Athens Eye Clinic Inaugurated

The renovated building housing the Athens Eye Clinic was inaugurated on Friday by the Greek minister of health Adonis Georgiadis. The building, which is located...

Believe it or Not, a Smoke-Free Village In Crete!

It is hard to think of a place in Greece where there is no chain-smoking and most social activities are not done underneath a...

Lesvos Earthquake Victims Asked to Pay Property Tax

Another case of bureaucratic inefficiency was recorded this week, when earthquake-stricken inhabitants of Lesvos island are obliged to pay ENFIA property taxes for their...

Thessaloniki’s Fountain Is a Monument

Thessaloniki's Fountain Square is one of the most famous meeting points in the city. The outstanding fountain, which is located between Egnatia and Ethnikis...

Stroumboulis’ Venture: Save Diaspora Archives

Greek-Canadian entrepreneur George Stroumboulis, who already has two enterprises promoting purchases of property in Greece to his credit, now is operating Save the Archives.com,...
UNESCO World Book Capital

Athens to Become UNESCO World Book Capital in April

  Athens is ready to begin this year with an exciting celebration having been designated World Book Capital, a title the city will hold from April...

Swimming the Saronic Gulf for a Good Purpose

A swimmer will swim the Saronic Gulf from May 31 until June 5, covering a distance of 80 kilometers, from Piraeus until Poros, with...

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