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Acropolis Museum’s Laser Technique Wins Keck Award

The new Acropolis Museum in Athens has been named winner of the 2012 Keck Award from the International Institute of Conservation. The award ceremony took...

After 2,500 Years, Music on Acropolis’ South Side

For the first time after 2,500 years the south slope of the Acropolis will once again echo the works of Aeschylus and music. Next...

Greek Woman Stopped Holding Greek Flag at Acropolis

It was supposed to be an ordinary visit for a young couple from Kavala, Greece, eager to visit the Acropolis and make some photographic...

45-year-old Man Falls from Acropolis Hill, Reasons Unknown As of Yet

A 45-year-old man fell from the south slope of Acropolis Hill at 9.30 on Thursday morning. The incident occurred before the eyes of several...

‘Apology of Socrates’ to be Presented at Acropolis

One of the most important scripts of ancient Greece, "The Apology of Socrates," will be revived in its natural scenery, under the sacred rock...

Greece Offers Ancient Sites, Including Acropolis, for Rent

ATHENS – The Acropolis might not be for sale, but it is for rent. Desperate for cash and looking at every possible option, except...

For Many in Greece, 2011 Was the Year Without a Christmas

ATHENS- Christmas this year for many Greeks is no reason to celebrate as they come to the end of a four year of recession...

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