The Day the Nazi Occupation Army Left Athens (videos)

It was a sunny autumn day when the bells in the churches of Athens started ringing joyously and the citizens rushed out on the...

CMP: Investigations in Military Zones in Nicosia, Kyrenia

The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) is proceeding with the investigation of locating missing people in military zones in the regions of...

Mesmerizing Photo the Moment Ancient Masterpiece is Unearthed at Delphi

Delphi, Greece, 1894. Archaeologists and workers pose in front of the magnificent statue of Antinous which was unearthed near the Temple of Apollo in the...

The History of the Drachma

In the past few weeks, the word "Grexit" plays daily in international media. A few days before Sunday's pivotal elections, that most likely will...

Restoring The Parthenon: Impressive Scenes From The Symbol of Western Civilization

The restoration of the Parthenon, the global symbol of Western Democracy and civilization as well as Greece's most famous monument is not something new....

Achilleion Palace’s Sculptures Declared Monuments

The sixty-one marble sculptures that adorn the halls, the terraces and gardens of Achilleion palace on Corfu, Greece, were declared monuments by the Central...

Crete Marks 100 Years Of Greece Union

On the occasion of the centenary of the union of Crete with Greece, the administrative region of Crete, the municipalities and the cultural associations...

The Valiant Greek Jew Who Fought in Crimea, Asia Minor and Two World Wars

 Mordechai Frizis (Μαρδοχαίος Φριζής), who fought in the Crimea and in the doomed Asia Minor campaign as well as the two World Wars, was...

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...

Cavafy: Born and Died On April 29

Constantine P. Cavafy, one of the greater Greek poets and responsible for the revival and recognition of Greek poetry abroad, was born and died on April 29....

The Battle of Thermopylae: When the Greeks Fought to Defend Civilization

The great Battle of Thermopylae and the valiant fight of 300 fearless Spartans under the command of warrior King Leonidas against 10,000 elite Persian...

Turkish President Makes New Provocative Statements About Borders

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan repeated comments about the Treaty of Lausanne, likening the recent tragedy Turkey experienced with the 1923 international agreement. On Thursday,...

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