More than 2M Visit Museums and Archaeological Sites

The significant rise in tourism can interpret to an extent the rise in the number of visitors to museums and archaeological sites around Greece....

Kefaloyianni Sees Crete’s Archaeological Museum

Minister of Tourism Olga Kefaloyianni expressed her satisfaction with the reopening of the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete. The museum was closed for years,...

Two Brothers In Milos Arrested for Stealing Antiquities

Two brothers, 37 and 38 years-old were arrested and accused on August 4 on the Greek island of Milos for violation of legislation on...

After Centuries, Ancient Messini Theater Opens

After hundreds of years of lying still, the theater of Ancient Messini re-opened on Aug. 3, with an opera gala, organized by the Athens...

Full Moon Over Greek Antiquities

Musical concerts at Filopappou Hill and at Elefsina, a tribute to Lorca in the Cyclades and many other events, which will be announced in...

1st Submarine Museum Park in Greece

A submarine museum-park of 2,500 square kilometers is under construction in the Northern Sporades and the West Pagasitikos Gulf of Greece. The site since 1996...

Paleontology Award to Tsoukala, Mol

The Paleontology Award Greece-Netherlands was given to Geology-Biology Professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Evangelia Tsoukala, and Dutch paleontologist, Dick Mol, for...

The Acropolis Museum Presents Archaic Colors

Commencing July 31, the Acropolis Museum wants to conduct a research on its unique collection of archaic statues, which retain their colors more or...

China Shows Petrified Trunk In Lesbos

A petrified trunk of a conifer tree from China, which is estimated to date back to the Jurassic geological period (that extends from 159...

World’s Wrestlers Gather In Olympia

With the International Olympic Committee (IOC) ready to drop wrestling starting with the 2020 Games, many of the world's top young wrestlers are hoping...

Rhinos and Giraffes In Drama: 9 Million B.C.

Rhinos, giraffes, gazelles, ponies and antelopes were living in the plain of Drama nine million years ago, as was revealed by the fossils found...

Marble Female Heads In Kerameikos Well

Two marble female heads, dating from the 3rd Century AD, were discovered during the works of the German Archaeological Institute at Kerameikos. The findings...

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