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Seven Greek Delicacies For Adventurous Foodies

Let's talk about Greek food! However, instead of sticking to the popular classics such as spanakopita and moussaka, we will instead explore some of...

UN Exhibition on Migration Comes to Athens October 26

A photographic exhibition titled "Light on the Move" will be presented at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens between October 26-31. The exhibition...

Leonadro Da Vinci Exhibition To Open in Athens

A unique tribute to Leonardo da Vinci is coming to Athens. Three separate exhibitions on the ultimate Renaissance artist will be merged into one for...

Good News for Music Fans as Greece Prepares to Lower Taxes on Concert Tickets

According to Greece's Deputy Finance Minister, Katerina Papanatsiou, the country's Finance Ministry will reduce the VAT rate applicable on concerts and music events, where...

Honoring the Nation: Twin Brothers, Twin Evzones

Two brothers, one childhood dream turned reality. Twin brothers Georgios and Konstantinos Athanasopoulos have realized a lifelong dream by joining the Greek Presidential Guard...

Discover The First ‘University’ in The World, Macedonia’s School of Aristotle

A place of universal historic and cultural interest, the ruins of the School of Aristotle located are just two miles from the contemporary town...

Greek Shipwreck Graveyard Reveals Even More Ancient Treasures

Following the recent unexpected discovery of at least 58 ancient shipwrecks in the archipelago of the Greek island of Fournoi, still more treasures have...

After 53 Years, Athens’ Kentrikon Restaurant Serves its Last Meal

One of the most historic eateries in central Athens has served its last meal. Kentrikon Restaurant, which earned a reputation for serving quality, home-style...

Thessaloniki’s Film Festival To Pay Tribute to Greek Queer Cinema

The 59th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, running from November 1 to November 11, will present a large tribute to the Greek queer cinema, with...

‘Weeks of The German Language’ Kicks Off October 21 in Cyprus

For the second consecutive year and with a cultural program even richer than last year, the ''Weeks of the German Language'' kicks off on...

Athens’ Museum Publishes Jewish Inscriptions Found in Greece

The corpus of all Jewish inscriptions found on Greece's mainland and islands was recently published by the Jewish Museum of Greece (JMG) in Athens. The...

Rediscovering the Music of the Ancient Greeks (video)

Music was ubiquitous in classical Greece, but somewhere along the line, the way in which it was composed and sounded in ancient Greece was...

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