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Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party Clears Out Athens Headquarters

The central Athens headquarters of the Greek neo-Nazi ''Golden Dawn'' political party were completely cleared out by the organization on Monday. The officials of the...

The Hellinikon Project: Greece’s Modern Tale of Agony and Ambition

The Hellinikon project has become synonymous with everything that Greece desires to achieve; however, at the same time, it perfectly highlights modern Greece's deep-rooted...
Ergon House Agora (marketplace) from above, showing part of its vertical herb garden and produce section

Food Tourism in Athens: Exploring Greek Culinary Traditions

Greece is a culinary tourist’s paradise, with a surprising variety of traditional cuisine for such a small country. For visitors who want to start...

University of Crete Ranked Best Academic Institution in Greece, According to New Study

According to the latest Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which was published on Wednesday, the University of Crete takes first place among all...

The Battle at Marathon Which Saved Western Civilization 2,500 Years Ago

It was in September in the year 490 BC when, just 42 kilometers (26 miles) outside of Athens, a vastly-outnumbered army of brave soldiers...

Germany Expresses ”Complete Confidence” in Greece’s Handling of Migration

German government spokesperson Steffen Seibert confirmed on Wednesday the German government's "complete confidence" in the actions taken by the Greek government on the issue...
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Free Laundry Service Provides Dignity and Job Opportunities to Homeless

A mobile laundry unit launched in Athens by the nonprofit group Ithaca more than one year ago has helped restore the self-esteem and dignity of more...

Greek Culture Minister Mendoni Slams British Museum Over Parthenon Gallery’s Condition

Lina Mendoni, Greece's Minister of Culture and Sports, issued a statement on Wednesday morning regarding the condition of the British Museum gallery which houses the...

Moderate Earthquake Hits Near Athens

An earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale hit near Athens on Wednesday morning. The epicenter was 32 km east of the Greek capital near...

Record-High August Passenger Traffic at Athens’ International Airport

The month of August saw the highest passenger traffic ever in the history of Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, according to the latest figures released...

Greece Stands by Cyprus in Defense of its Rights, PM Mitsotakis Says

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades and other senior Cypriot officials held a meeting with Greek Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday morning. The...

Foreign Investment in Greek Properties Skyrockets in First Half of 2019

According to the latest data published recently by the Bank of Greece, the foreign capital flowing into Greece to buy properties during the first...

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