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Pavlopoulos Speaks Against Nazism at Kalavryta Ceremony

The danger of Nazi atrocities is not over, and European democracies must never allow such ideologies to determine the future again, Greek President Prokopios...

Kalavryta: The Bloodiest Nazi Massacre in Greece (video)

December 13, 1943 marks the date of the worst atrocity committed in Greece by the Nazi occupying forces, as more than 500 innocent civilians...

Tsipras Says Reparations “Moral Debt To All Peoples of Europe”

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday visited the town of Kalavryta, where the entire population of the town was executed by German occupation troops during...

Kalavryta Ski Resort to Receive €20 Million Investment

The ski resort of Kalavryta will receive new investment that could reach €20 million ($23 million), according to George Lazouras, the Mayor of the region,...

Greek Court Acquits Driver who Dragged Tied Dog

A Greek man who was filmed driving at speed with his dog tied to his pick-up track pleaded not guilty to animal abuse and...

Shocking Footage of Brutality as Driver Ties Dog to Speeding Vehicle

Police in Kalavryta, Peloponnese, are searching for the driver of a pick-up truck who tied a small dog behind the vehicle and drove away...

Blazes Burn Forest Land in Kalavryta Area

A fire that broke out in the Karoussi region of Kalavryta, in Peloponnese, on Tuesday afternoon is burning forest land, without threatening any houses. The...

Kalavryta: The First Greek City Liberated From the Ottomans

On March 21, 1821 the Greek rebels started the siege of Kalavryta, making it the first Greek town that was liberated from the Ottomans, thus...

POEDIN: State of Regional Health Centers Dire

The state of regional health centers was the focus of a new survey by the Panhellenic Federation of Employees at Public Hospitals (POEDIN). The survey...

Pilots Found Dead Next to Missing Cessna Airplane

The two pilots who flew a Cessna airplane that went missing on Sunday have been found dead next to the remains of the airplane three kilometers north...

Singing Songs in Remembrance and Reconciliation: The Deutsche Welle Choir Tours Greece

The Deutsche Welle Choir has commenced its seven-day tour of Greece under the theme of reconciliation. The choir started off in Kalavryta, the town where...

Writer Victoria Hislop Finds Inspiration in Greece’s Peloponnese

On searching for inspiration for her latest book, writer Victoria Hislop explored Peloponnese and praised its beauties in a feature published in the Mail...

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