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Greek Fishermen Catch One of Largest-Ever Tunas in the Aegean

A group of Greek fishermen caught a giant tuna fish, the biggest in the Aegean in recent years, and proudly hung it from the...

Kalymnos Climbing Festival Kicks off on Friday

A large number of climbers from all over the world will participate in the Climbing Festival of Kalymnos that will take place on the...

Meet the Greek Teacher Island Hopping Daily to School

Eleni Tanou is not a typical grade school teacher who goes to school every day to teach. Everyday, the 30-year-old teacher takes a boat from...

Greek Islanders Paint Huge Flag on Kalymnos (video)

Locals from the island of Kalymnos in the Dodecanese, have shown their patriotism by painting a huge 4,000 square feet Greek flag on a rocky...
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Kalymnos: The Best Greek Island for Hanging Around

  The Greek island of Kalymnos is considered one of the top climbing destinations in the world. It receives 10,000 climbers every year who normally...

Hair-Raising Moment Plane Aborts Landing at Greek Airport (video)

A chilling video of an unsuccessful attempt by a pilot to land his aircraft at Kalymnos airport has come to light. The Astra Airlines flight...

Tsipras Marks Epiphany Day Saying Country is Entering ‘Era of Normalcy’

Greece is entering an "era of normalcy", Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Saturday during a visit to the island of Kalymnos, where he...

Turkish Corvette Sails in the Aegean as Tension is Reported at Imia

A Turkish corvette is escorting a newly-acquired drillship by Turkey for exploratory offshore drilling in the Mediterranean Sea. The movement of the corvette is being...

Missing Student on Kalymnos Island Found Murdered

Nikos Hadjipavlou, a 21-year-old student who went missing a week ago on the island of Kalymnos, was found murdered late on Saturday afternoon. Authorities believe...

Most Famous Greek Song Worldwide Penned by Sponge-Diver (video)

In the 1970s, "Darla Dirladada" was the most famous Greek song even though it was sung in several other languages. It was written by...

Turkish Media: Greek Fishing Boats Violate Turkish Waters at Imia

Turkish newspaper Sabah reported tension between Turkish and Greek coast guard units on Monday when 10 Greek fishing boats entered the area of Imia. According...

Greece’s Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities Celebrates 40 Years

Greece's Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities on Friday celebrated 40 years of documenting and protecting the country's rich underwater heritage. The ephorate presented the latest impressive...

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