Study Abroad in Greece: College Year in Athens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZszXpsmirQ Perhaps now more than ever, Greece's pristine and majestic landscapes, open-air cultural sites, and relative success with the coronavirus offer a unique opportunity for...

Santorini Shipwreck an Environmental Time Bomb Ready to Explode

Thirteen long years after the dramatic sinking of the cruise ship MS Sea Diamond, the people of Santorini are still fighting for the removal...

Why I Feel Safe in Greece: Chinese Expatriate on “The Best Decision of His...

Greece has been one of the success stories in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and as some expatriate professionals living in the country say,...

Greek Antiquities Expert Foils Auction of Priceless Artifacts from 480 BC

Greek professor Dr. Christos Tsirogiannis, who has been previously profiled in Greek Reporter for his relentless pursuit of art thieves, has once again stopped...

Can Greece Become a Filming Hub? New Incentives Attract International Productions

With Mickey Rourke currently filming in Aegina and few more international projects lined up for the summer, Greece is in the process of making...

First Hypercar Entirely Made in Greece Ready and Awaiting Launch

The sky is the limit for acclaimed Greek automotive engineer Spyros Panopoulos, who not only aspires to launch the first 100% Greek supercar, but...

American Philhellene On How You Can Help Greece From Afar

Dorothy Lobel King, an American author and archaeologist who lives and works in London, is a noted philhellene who has spent much of her...

The Greek Archaeologist Going After Auction Houses for Looted Antiquities

Professor Christos Tsirogiannis, a Greek forensic archaeologist who has discovered and reported numerous cases of looted ancient artifacts in Greece and elsewhere, has become...

Greek Diaspora Struggles to Maintain Ties to Homeland in Coronavirus Times

By Sean Mathews As the coronavirus drags on and lockdown fatigue increases, Dino Gerousis says he has found himself dreaming of the small fishing villages...

Greeks Resort to Cutting Hair at Home as Black Economy Thrives Amid Lockdown

“I don't believe it,” says hairstylist Giannis Dionysopoulos of the the poll which showed that visiting the barbers or the hairdressers is a top...

Irresponsible Ten Percent Threaten to Undermine Greek Coronavirus Success

Despite the travel restrictions imposed by Greek authorities to contain the spread of the coronavirus, many city dwellers have still somehow managed to travel...

The Quiet Earth: Seismic Noise in Greece Has Fallen Tenfold Since Lockdown

A study by Greek experts on "seismic noise" in the country since the imposition of the severe restrictions on movement this Spring has shown...

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