A New Artistic Greek Drachma

The ancient Greek drachma is long gone, replaced by the euro that critics said has helped create the country's economic crisis, but the old...

Anti-Junta Navy Admiral Pappas Dies

Former Greek Navy Admiral Nikos Pappas, who opposed the military junta that ruled Greece from 1967-74, has passed away after a battle against cancer....

Cacoyannis Foundation Voices Solidarity

The Foundation Michael Cacoyannis (MCF) is about to launch an important initiative, A Minute’s Voice (Enos Leptou Foni) on April 5 and 6. Sixty...

Greek Artist’s Naked Silhouette Alphabet

Through the art of photography the young Greek artist Anastasia Mastrakouli has created a unique typography by incorporating the bare human figure. She has in...

Patras Wins Pan-European Photo Contest

A car photo drove Facebook crazy and gave the lead to two residents from the city of Patras to a pan-European photo competition. All...

Design Society Against Crisis

The students of the Design Society of the Department of Design & Multimedia, University of Nicosia are organizing a photography, poster and animation charity...

Boy Eating Bird’s Food Best Greek Film

The Greek Film Academy awards ceremony chose Boy Eating Bird's Food, directed by Ektoras Lygizos, as the Best Film of the year. Academy President...

Neanderthal Bones in Greek Cave

In the cave Kalamakia, which is located in the Peloponnese, Neanderthal bones and tools were discovered. This could mean that the area may have...

The Village of Christians and Muslims

Platani is a beautiful village on the Greek island of Kos in the Dodecanese complex, where two religions coexist in harmony. The village has...

Ancient Greeks Pioneers in Technology

Many arts and sciences were born and developed in ancient Greece: music, language, sports, philosophy only to mention a few. But there is one...

Plato Academy Surroundings Redefined

The Greek Council of State has ruled that proposed structures near the archeological site of Plato’s Academy must be limited in size according to...

Balkan Wars’ Centennial Exhibit In Athens

To mark the centennial anniversary of the Balkan Wars outbreak, the Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarianism and Democracy is hosting an exhibit The Unknown...

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