The Wise Side of Greece — Aristotle’s Trail

Aristotle is one of the most famous Greek philosophers and scientists. He was born in Northern Greece in a town called Stagira, in 384...

Ben Needham: Kos Dig Interrupted as Owner Fears Consequences of More Ancient Discoveries

British police hope to find the remains of Ben Needham, the Sheffield toddler that disappeared 25 years ago on the Greek island of Kos,...

Greek Language Fantasy Thriller “The Winter” by Konstantinos Koutsoliotas

The traditional reading of the flytzani, where everyone’s destiny is hidden, the old newspapers of Siatista, its centuries-old houses and the prejudices of its...

‘My Greece’, the Project that Portrays Greek Beauty

Greek Instagramers Events is a team of amateur photographers that organizes photography events. It is a non-profit artistic group, founded by Stavroula Spyrea, George...

National Geographic: Who Lies in Ancient Amphipolis Tomb?

“Who's Buried in Largest Tomb in Northern Greece? New Finds Raise Intrigue,” is the title of a National Geographic article on the excavations taking place...

Watch This Drone Video Capture Ancient Greek Site of Mycenae

The ancient site of Mycenae, the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon, first sung of by Homer in his epics, has been captured in all its glory...

The Akathist Hymn: A Lyric Poem of Unparalleled Beauty Echoes in Orthodox Churches

The Akathist Hymn, which is chanted on the first five successive Fridays of Lent in the Eastern Orthodox Church, is a profound devotional poem...
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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...

Nikos Smyrnios: The Fine Balance Between Pop and Op Art

By Inga Athanasiadou Nicholas Smyrnios was born in Greece (Edessa), grew up in the sixties in Sweden, and was strongly influenced by the latest great...

Items Recovered from Wreck of Elgin’s Ship off Kythira

Chess pawns, combs and a toothbrush are some of the new findings brought to light by the underwater excavation of the wreck of the...

Polly Panou Passes Away

One of the greatest voices of laïko (song of the people), the singer Polly Panou “was forever silenced” at the age of 73. Polly Panou...

Avramopoulos on Hagia Sophia’s Renovation

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is closely monitoring both the developments concerning Hagia Sophia of Istanbul and the reversal of the Turkish Government’s politics...

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