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Stunning Mosaic Floor Revealed in Amphipolis Tomb

Archaeologists have publicized photos of a stunning mosaic floor recently excavated within the ancient tomb of Amphipolis in northern Greece. According to the Greek Ministry...

Greek Culture Ministry Releases Caryatids’ Full Body Photographs

New revelations regarding the ancient tomb of Amphipolis have everyone on the edge of their seats. The Greek Culture Ministry has finally released full-body photographs of...

Museum Guards Threaten to Cancel August Full Moon Events

In 2010 the association of Greek museum guards agreed to work on the night of August Full Moon in order to allow Greeks and the...

Germany Returns Greek Antiquities

An event was held on July 7  for the repatriation of over 10,600 ancient Greek artifacts from the Neolithic Era. The event took place...

‘Acropole Palace’ Hotel Reopens After Restoration

The historic “Acropole Palace” hotel in downtown Athens will be ready to use again in 2015, after the end of its ongoing restoration, as...

Extended Hours for Greek Museums and Archaeological Sites

According to travel agents, more than 18.5 million tourists are expected to visit Greece this year, so the Greek Ministry of Culture has decided...

Greek Collector Dies Leaving Behind Major Art Collection

Greece ’s greatest art collector Giannis Perdios recently passed away leaving behind his remarkable collection. He was born in Alexandria of Egypt and was a...

German Couple Suspected of Holding Stolen Greek Antiquities

A German couple that lives in Milos, has transformed their house into a museum. The couple kept hundreds of archeological artifacts belonging  to the...

10+ 1 Most Popular Greek Products

The Greek cuisine and the traditional local products of Greece are globally famous for their taste and nutritional benefits. They support a balanced diet...

Greek Museums, Tourist Sites Shut Down

Just as Greece is hoping for a tourism rebound after a disappointing 2012 in which visitors, spooked by constant images of protest, riots and...

Crete Islet Spinalonga to be Added on the List of World Heritage of Unesco

Located on the eastern side of Crete, opposite Elounda in Lasithi prefecture, the islet of Spinalonga is known all over the world due to...

Posters for the Support of Greek Cultural Heritage by the Association of Greek Archaeologists

“Monuments have no voice. They must have yours.” is the slogan used by the Association of Greek Archaeologists who are complaining for the funding...

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