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The Parthenon of the Peloponnese Towers Over Mountains of Arcadia (video)

They call it the "Parthenon of the Peloponnese." The columned temple of Apollo Epicurius is as beautiful as the Parthenon in Athens, as it rises within...

Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Theater of Thouria, Southern Greece

Greek archaeologists have unearthed part of the ancient theater of Thouria near  Kalamata city in the Peloponnese, the Culture Ministry announced on Thursday. The first...

Serious Problems as Heavy Flooding Sweeps South of Greece

Torrential rain sweeping southern Greece has caused serious flooding in Lakonia after a dam burst on the Evrotas River, turning the surrounding area into...

British Woman Living in Greece Says Greeks Are Lucky

Mal Fidler is a 65-year-old woman who was born in the UK but decided to move to Greece. In her recent interview with a Greek website,...

Greek Entrepreneur Leaves Athens to Collect Wild Greens

The entrepreneurship and success stories of the young Greek generation give people hope and many alternative ideas on how to beat the economic crisis....

Europe’s Oldest Written Text Found in Greece

Michael Cosmopoulos, professor of the University of Missouri- Saint Louis (UMSL), is returning the oldest written text of Europe on a ceramic tablet, to...

Europe’s Oldest Script In Messenia

Michael Cosmopoulos, Professor of Archaeology and Chair of Greek Studies, University of Missouri-St. Louis, returns to the historic village of Iklaina where with his...

Hawke, Delpy Meet Again at Pallas

Before Midnight opened the 3rd Athens Open Air Festival, the festival that fills parks, squares and pedestrians around central Athens with films and music....

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