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The Ancient Theatre of Larissa Opens its Doors to the Public

One of the best preserved ancient theatres, the Ancient Theatre of Larissa, Greece, dated back to the 3rd century BC, opened its doors to...

Men Rescue Goat Hanging from Power Lines in Greece (video)

There are rescue operations and there are rescue operations. But the particular case of saving a goat hanging from the power lines by its...

Greek Professor Invents Food that Could Fight Malnutrition

The Greek patent bread-cake "Feedback" can help in the world's malnutrition problem, according to inventor Dimitris Kouretas, professor at the University of Thessaly. The creators...

Larissa Installs “Walls of Kindness” to Help Citizens in Need

A group of young people in Larissa Greece have started a movement to help their fellow citizens. The group installed hangers in key places...

Greek Farmers Decide to Continue Road Blocks as Tsipras Calls Them for Dialogue

The meeting of the coordinating body of Greek farmers union at Tempi is completed with the farmers deciding on daily two-hour blocks of national...

Farmers Rally to Take Place in Athens on Nov 18

Greek farmers who met in a conference in Platykambos have agreed to participate in a nationwide rally on November 18. The rally was suggested...

International Comics Exhibition in Larissa

The exhibition "Bridges: The European Language of the Comics" will open on Saturday, October 24, at the city of Larissa, central Greece, with the...

Larissa Goes ‘Green’ With First Wooden Solar-Powered Charging Bench

Dimitris Chaidas, an industrial designer and lab assistant at the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaly in Karditsa, Greece, has designed the first wooden solar-powered charging bench. Chaidas' innovative creation, having...

Greek Doctors Remove Giant Tumor from 5-year-old Girl

A five-year-old girl from Greece who had been considered chubby most of her life was transferred to the pediatric surgery clinic of the General...

Greek Peach Farmers Request Meeting With PM Samaras

Greek peach farmers, who during the summer of 2014 suffered significant loses due to the Russian embargo imposed on European Union products, demanded a...

Larissa Jewish Cemetery Desecrated

Vandals desecrated the Jewish cemetery in the central Greek city of Larissa, spraying swastikas and threats on the cemetery wall. A swastika was sprayed on...

Greek Farmers to Launch Protests on November 1

Greek farmers have decided to launch mobilizations on November 1, with their participation in a protest rally called by the PAME labor union in downtown Athens'...

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