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Athens’ Airport Keeps Up The Tradition of Promoting Greek Culture, Literature, and History

''Eleftherios Venizelos'', the International Airport of Athens, showcases and promotes Greece's history, literature and culture for more than eighteen years now. Since the beginning of...

Alexander The Great Statue Unveiled in Athens

A stunning bronze statue of Alexander the Great was unveiled in central Athens on Friday morning by the Mayor of Athens, George Kaminis. The low-key...

First — and Only — Statue of Alexander the Great in Athens to...

The statue of Alexander the Great was raised in central Athens on Wednesday morning by workers from the municipality of Athens. The statue is located...

Acropolis Museum Debunks Claims Elgin Had Sultan’s Permission to Obtain Marbles

Dimitris Pantermalis, a professor and the curator of the Acropolis Museum, debunked on Monday claims that the Earl of Elgin had obtained permission from...

British Newspaper Reveals Plans to Uncover Athens’ Ancient Ilissos River

The British newspaper The Telegraph revealed on Sunday that a Greek urban renewal firm called ''Anaplasis'' plans to uncover Athens' ancient river of Ilissos. Back...

Stunning New Videos Capture the Eerie Beauty of Spinalonga

Two stunning videos recently published by Crete's CNA website have already gone viral, as they perfectly depict the unique mystery and beauty of Crete's...

Thessaloniki’s Modiano Market To Be Completely Renovated

  The Central Council of Greece's Contemporary Monuments decided earlier this week to approve an architectural team's plan to renovate the historic Modiano Market in...

Greece’s Ghost Airport Ellinikon Gets New Life (Video)

Ellinikon (which in Greek literally means ''Greek'') was the international airport of the city of Athens for nearly sixty years, from 1938 until 2001. Located...

Controversial Documentary Claims Jesus Christ Was Greek

''Bible Conspiracies'', a new documentary series distributed by Worldwide Multimedia, suggests that Jesus Christ was not actually a Jewish man but a Greek philosopher called Apollonius...

The Greek Ghost-Town of Paleo Mavronoros in Epirus

Paleo Mavronoros, an abandoned village in the Greek province of Epirus, has a long history of valiant resistance to tyrannical overlords -- and a unique...

100 Years Since the Founding of the First Greek Basketball Team

2019 marks one hundred years since the first basketball team was founded in Greece. It all began when a group of young men who were...

Spending a Day in Athens’ Plaka District

Visiting the Plaka district in Athens is an experience that stays with travelers for a lifetime. With its colorful neoclassic buildings and ruins waiting to...

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