Panagia’s Miracles in the History of Hellenism

On the occasion of the public holiday August 15th, Greeks all over the country are awaiting to celebrate one of Christianity’s most significant days,...

The History of Panagia Soumela Holy Icon

According to the tradition of the Orthodox Church, the miraculous icon of Panagia Soumela that is located in the homonymous Holy Church in Vermio,...

Thermopylae Remembers The 300 Spartans

A ceremony marking the last stand of the 300 Spartans and their Greek allies against the Persian hordes of King Xerxes at the Pass...

Psorokostaina a Real Figure in the Greek War of Independence

Greeks use the name Psorokostaina to describe misery and poverty. However, according to folk tradition, Psorokostaina was a real person and even a heroic...

The Hundred-Year Climb of Mount Olympus

Olympos, the highest mountain in Greece and the second highest in altitude in the Balkan peninsula, consists of a relatively small, massive, inseparable volume,...

Tax Authorities Menace Pavlos Melas’ House

The house where Pavlos Melas, officer of the Hellenic Army and among the first who organized and participated in the Greek Struggle for Macedonia...

Odorico: Save Byzantine Findings in Thessaloniki Metro

“Thessaloniki is the only, the most “byzantine city” in the whole Europe. Maybe even in the whole world. The only “city-byzantine museum” which still...

Putin to Visit Mount Athos

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is going to visit the Aegean on the yacht of an entrepreneur friend. Although it is difficult to tell Putin’s...

Theodorakis to Repousi: Leave If You Don’t Love Greece!

During his interview on the occasion of the centenary of the union of Crete with Greece, Greece's best-known living composer, Mikis Theodorakis, strongly criticized...

Academic Research on Modern Greece’s Population Growth

Professors at the University of Thessaly Byron Kotzamanis and E. Androulaki are working on a research paper shedding light on the population growth...

AUTH’s Rehabilitation Study On Halki Restoration

The rehabilitation study for the Theological School of Halki prepared by the Faculty of Engineering of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, was presented on...

The Police in Ancient Greece

The term "police" used by modern states to describe the body enforcing the law and maintaining order, comes from Middle French police, in turn...

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