Medieval Illuminated Manuscript on Alexander the Great Displayed in Thessaloniki

A unique medieval illuminated manuscript on the life of Alexander the Great has been unveiled in digital form to the public for the first...

Trailer Released for Film “74” Portraying Cyprus Invasion (Video)

Paul Lambis, an award-winning Greek Cypriot screenwriter, author, and director, is creating a full-length feature film about his Turkish invasion of Cyprus called “74.” Its...

September 5, 1944: Greek 17-Year-Old Heroine is Executed by the Nazis

The name of Hero Konstantopoulou will remain in Greek history as synonymous with bravery and patriotism. The beautiful 17-year-old girl was killed by the...

Iconic Mykonos Lighthouse Abandoned to its Fate (video)

The Armenistis lighthouse, one of the most visited places on the Greek island of Mykonos, has been abandoned to its fate, as seen in...

September 3, 1843: When Greeks Forced Their German King to Grant a Constitution

After Greece gained its independence after fighting off the Ottoman Empire, the Greek insurgents called upon Ioannis Kapodistrias, a former foreign minister of Russia, to...

The Frenchman Who Vied with Lord Elgin for the Parthenon Sculptures

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis made a surprise request to French President  Emmanuel Macron during his visit to Paris on August 22: He asked...

Campaign to Save Rare Synagogue Mosaics on Aegina Island, Greece

Mosaics under an ancient synagogue from the 4th century BC, with geometrical patterns and two Greek inscriptions, were discovered on Greece's Aegina Island in the...

Greek President Calls on the World to Recognize Pontian Genocide

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos on Thursday joined thousands of Pontian Greeks who gathered at the church of Panagia Soumela at Mt. Vermion in northern...

Cyprus Remembers Heroes Isaak, Solomou on Anniversary of Brutal Murders (video)

Scores of people and party representatives attended a memorial service at Paralimni Cemetery earlier this week in memory of Tasos Isaak and Solomos Solomou,...

Ancient Tombs Unearthed in Nemea, Greece Shed Light on Mycenaean Civilization

The Greek Ministry of Culture announced on Sunday that archaeologists have discovered two ancient, unlooted chamber tombs dating from the Late Mycenaean period, (1400...

Historic Fermor House in Kardamyli Peloponnese Now Open

The historic Patrick and Joan Leigh Fermor House, considered one of the most beautiful private homes in Greece, is now open to the public...

Exploring Samos, The Island of Legends

Samos, a legendary Greek island steeped in beauty, is found in the eastern Aegean Sea off the coast of Asia Minor (Asian Turkey). Its proximity...

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