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6th Petit Paris d’Athenes Kicks Off on Thursday

The 6th Petit Paris d'Athenes will start on Thursday with music, art and photo exhibitions, theater and variety shows, street events and street art,...

Epirus Cultural Heritage Unfolds at Athens Ancient Theater

The Panepirotic Confederation of Greece, the organization that keeps the customs alive and promotes the rich history and culture of Greece’s Epirus region, will...

Ancient Greece: Growing up in Athens and Sparta

Despite the fact that they shared the same heritage and language, ancient Spartans and ancient Athenians were very different, and the two city-states were not...

Japanese Man Wins the Athens – Sparta Run Amidst Rainfall (video)

Japan's Yoshihiko Ishikawa was the winner of the 36th Spartathlon race on Saturday, running the  246 km route in 22 hours, 55 minutes and...

Armed Robbers Hit Cash Delivery at Athens Mall

Greek police have launched a manhunt for two armed robbers who stole an undisclosed amount of cash from an armored truck making a cash...

Hundreds Take Part in Historic Athens-Sparta Race (video)

400 athletes from around the world began on Friday morning their quest to finish the Spartathlon, one of the most demanding long-distance races on the...

Greece’s Ex-Minister Papantoniou to Testify on Money Laundering

  Greece's former Economy and Finance Minister, Yiannos Papantoniou, and his wife Stavroula Kourakou were given an extension to prepare their testimony on charges of money...

Greek Jeweler Released on Bail Over Death of Gay Activist

A 73-year old owner of a jewelry store in central Athens, arrested earlier in the week for the death of a gay activist, was...

Greece’s Rents on the Rise According to Survey

According to a survey conducted by RE/MAX Greece, the rent prices in the country have increased on average by 8.4 percent compared to last...

Drone Video Captures Athens’ Plaka, ‘The Neighborhood of the Gods’

Plaka is one of the oldest neighborhoods of the Greek capital, Athens. Built around the slopes of the Acropolis, Plaka is a place full of...

Flashback to 1897, the Day Athenians Came Across the First Car

To mark World Car Free Day last Saturday, many Athenians went by foot, bicycles and public transport to the Archaeological Museum to admire some...

Greek Jeweler Arrested for Beating Suspected Robber to Death (video)

Greek police arrested the owner of a jewelry store in central Athens and one more person on suspicion of killing a man who tried...

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