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Pavlopetri, Greece’s Most Ancient Underwater City (video)

Pavlopetri (or "Paulopetri") is a small islet off the coast of Laconia in the southern Peloponnese, where ancient history meets the endless blue of...
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Exploring Nafplion, the First Capital of Modern Greece

Known by almost every Greek citizen as the first capital city of modern Greece, but inexplicably remaining relatively unknown to the rest of the...

Historic Dimitsana, The Pride of Greece’s Arcadia Region

Dimitsana is a delightful medieval village, located in the Peloponnesian district of Arcadia, southern Greece, just three hours by automobile from Athens. The picturesque...

One Dead After Fire Breaks Out in Krestena, West Peloponnese

A man died near the town of Krestena in Western Peloponnese in Greece on Friday afternoon, after a large fire broke out in the...

Discover The Hidden Natural Wonders of Nemouta in the Peloponnese

Waterfall along the Erymanthos River near Nemouta The village of Nemouta is located on the western side of the Peloponnesian Peninsula, in the prefecture of...

Rescue Operation Launched for Migrant Boat in Distress South of Peloponnese

The Greek Coast Guard and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency Frontex launched a rescue operation on Monday afternoon to locate a boat...

One Quarter of Greek Island Paradise of Elafonisos Scorched in Blaze (video)

Greek authorities say that almost one quarter of the island of Elafonisos in the southern Peloponnese was burned from the wildfire which raged for...

The Rio-Antirrio Bridge: 15 Years of Changing the Economic Landscape of Greece (video)

When the Rio-Antirrio Bridge was opened on August 7, 2004, one week before the opening of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, it was...

Christiano Ronaldo Reportedly Gives €25,000 Tip to Greece’s Costa Navarino Staff

Famous footballer Christiano Ronaldo and his family enjoyed a relaxing vacation last week in Greece. It was so enjoyable, apparently, that according to media...

Iconic Greek Rail Route Resumes Service Following April’s Landslide

The operation of the "Odontotos", the iconic Greek cog railway, resumed for the first time on Thursday following a landslide which took place in April. Due...

Breathtaking Ruins Of Mystras Mark Center of Byzantine Power in Greece

Mystras, known as the "wonder of the Morea," which lies in the southeastern Peloponnesian Peninsula, was once the center of Byzantine power in southern...

Magnitude 4.1 Earthquake Shakes Greece’s Peloponnesian Peninsula

An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.1 on the Richter scale hit southeast of the Peloponnesian town of Dimitsana on Holy Thursday at 14:18...

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