For Some, Greece’s Junta Lives On

On the morning of April 21, 1967, Greeks suddenly found tanks in the streets of Athens as a coup of military leaders staged a...

Sketch, Comic and Cartoon Festival in Thessaloniki

The sketch, comic and cartoon festival, under the title The Economic Crisis and its Impact on Greek Society, which is organized by the municipality...

Greek Committee To Claim Parthenon Marbles

Deputy Minister of Culture Kostas Tzavaras is setting up a special committee to push for return of the marbles stolen from the Parthenon by...

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...

Pan-Hellenic Gathering in Xanthi, Thrace

The city of Xanthi, in northern Greece, will welcome people from different parts of Greece in an event to discover the culture of the...

Tatoi Estate among 7 Most Endangered

The Greek former royal residence in Tatoi is among the 14 monuments that joined the short list and that claim to be included in...

Students Create Art Against Modern Slavery

While the incident of exploitation of immigrants in Manolada, Ilia, shocks the Greek public opinion, students of the schools of Attica send their own...

Chaniotis Explains Ancient Greek Graffiti

Angelos Chaniotis, the Greek professor of Ancient History and Classics in the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton university gave a speech under the...

Free Admission To Greek Museums April 18

To mark World Heritage Day,  there was no admission fee for museums and archaeological sites around Greece is free on April 18. World Heritage Day...

The Actor’s House Opens its Doors

The Actor's House, Anna Fonsou’s life dream, was inaugurated on April 15 with a beautiful and warm event. Fonsou is a well-known Greek actress...

Art-Athina Fair in May

First launched in 1993 by the Hellenic Art Galleries Association, Art-Athina stands today as one of the longest-lasting contemporary art fairs in Europe and...

Area Linked to 1821 Proclaimed Historical

Following the positive and unanimous approval of the Greek Central Archaeological Council, which met the local community’s longstanding demand, the area in Arkadia has...

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