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Arachova, Mainland Greece’s Wintertime Gem

If you are one of those who believe that all Greece has to offer is beautiful sandy beaches and crystal-clear salt water under the...

25-Year Old Police Officer Found Dead in Greece’s Zagori Gorge

A 25-year old police officer was found dead on Saturday morning in northwestern Greece's Zagori Gorge in the area of Astraka. The unfortunate man was...

Exploring Greece in Autumn: Ten Charming Villages on the Slopes of Mt. Pelion

Mt. Pelion, located in the southeastern part of Thessaly in central Greece, is dotted with traditional, scenic villages, which nestle along its green slopes...

The Spectacular Sandy Beaches of Greece’s Acheloos River

When it comes to summer in Greece, everyone thinks of the turquoise waters and dazzling, sandy beaches of the Aegean or the Ionian Seas,...

Two Greek Women Ready To Conquer Mount Everest

Two Greek women are poised for their attempt to conquer the world's highest mountain, Everest, on April 5, 2019. Vanessa Archontidou, a mother of two,...

Breathtaking Scenes as African Sand Turns Snow on Crete Pink

The snow covering the mountains on the Greek island of Crete has created its own unique palette of color, taking on pink and orange hues during...

Magical Scenes of Naoussa’s Snow-Covered St. Nicholas Park

Majestic nature scenes have been captured by photographers all over Greece as successive weather fronts swept during the first week of 2019 brought freezing temperatures...

Heavy Snowfall on Athens’ Parnitha Mountain (video)

As the temperatures continued to plummet across the country, Athens' Parnitha mountain was hit by heavy snowfall on Thursday night and Friday morning. The mountain, located...

The 2 Greeks Who Conquered The Himalayas

Manaslu is the eighth highest mountain in the world. Its peak sits at 8,163 meters (26,781 ft) above the sea level and is considered...

Ruins of Ancient Greek City Found on Mount Pindos

Archaeologists were stunned to find the ruins of an unknown ancient city which dates back to the 4th century BC, at an altitude of...

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