Rare Video Footage of 1960’s Crete Emerges

Charles Pathé was a French pioneer of his time. He documented the world around him for many decades. Fortunately, he passed from Crete in 1964...

Cycladic Antiquities to be Unveiled in Exhibition Series on the Islands

This year, the Cyclades Ephorate of Antiquities has organised a series of extensive and extremely interesting exhibitions on the Cyclades islands. The exhibitions will feature...

‘Evdokia’ the 1200 Year Old Olive Tree on Corfu, Greece

An imposing olive tree on Corfu, known as 'Evdokia' by the locals, has been estimated to be between 1086 and 1200 years old, according...

Explore the Ancient Neighborhood of Athens Beneath the Acropolis Museum

A new round of presentations entitled "Walking in the ancient neighborhood of the Acropolis Museum" will start on Tuesday, July 10th at the Acropolis...

Makronissos Exile Island Declared an Archaeological Site

The island of Makronissos has been declared an archaeological site by a unanimous decision of the Central Archaeological Council. The recommendation was made by the...

The Greek Astrophysicist Who Had a Moon’s Crater Named After Him

John Paraskevopoulos may not be a household name, but the Greek astrophysicist who had a moon's crater named after him and discovered a couple...

A Brief History of Elections in Greece

The history of elections in the modern Greek state began in 1833, with the first King of Greece, Otto of Bavaria, introducing the paper...

Greek Veterans of Korean War Honored at Memorial Event

Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Greece, Soosuk Lim, said on Tuesday that he will help bring to prominence the actions and sacrifices...

Greece Remembers Great Reformist Andreas Papandreou 23 Years after his Death

It was June 23, 1996 when Greece lost its first leftist prime minister and great reformist Andreas Papandreou, a politician who was adored by...

American Engineers to Pay Tribute to Antikythera Mechanism in Athens

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ΑSME) will pay tribute to the world famous ancient artifact known as the Antikythera Mechanism, in recognition of...

New Evidence Debunks British Museum’s Stance on Parthenon Marbles

On June 20, 2009 the New Acropolis Museum opened its doors to the public. It was strongly implied and believed at the time that the...

Iconic Acropolis Museum Celebrates Ten Years Since its Opening

The new Acropolis Museum, which first opened its doors on June 20, 2009 is considered one of the greatest museums in the world. This...

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