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EU Announces Funding for New Highway in Thessaly, Central Greece

The European Commission announced on Friday that it approved a 255-million-euro investment for the construction of a highway section in Thessaly, central Greece. The Cohesion...

Greek Villagers Win Top European Union Broadband Award for Creating Network

A community group from a rural area of Thessaly was given a European Broadband Award earlier in December for its ambitious work in building...

Trikala’s ”Mill of Elves” Expects to Welcome More than a Million Visitors this Christmas

Greece, of course, is not especially well-known for its Christmas attractions, right? Well, that may have been true in the past. But this year, the city...

Thick Blanket of Snow Covers Mountains of Northern Greece

Most of the ski resorts and villages in northern Greece's mountainous regions woke up on Wednesday under a thick white blanket of fresh snow. Ski...

2019 Set to Be Best Wine Production Year in a Decade for Northern Greece

Experts recently announced that 2019 will be one of the best -- if not the best -- year in a decade in terms of...

Woman Dead After Train Collides With Car in Greece’s Trikala

A woman died on Saturday morning in Trikala, Thessaly after a train collided with a car. The train which was heading from the city of...

Double Trouble at First Gathering of Twins from Across Greece

  The first-ever Pan-Hellenic Twins Meeting took place on Sunday in Trikala, a city in northwestern Thessaly, Greece, to celebrate the unique bonds that are...

Theopetra Cave in Central Greece: The Oldest Human Construction on Earth

Theopetra Cave, located in the Meteora limestone rock formations of Thessaly, Central Greece, is likely to be the place of the oldest human construction on...

Calypso’s Canyon, The Green Paradise of Thessaly, Greece

When it comes to summer, the nation of Greece is synonymous with sandy beaches and relaxing moments under the clear blue skies, next to...

Part of Greece’s Pineios River Runs Dry Due to Irrigation

One section of the Pineios River, one of the largest rivers in Greece, has completely dried out this summer, presenting a landscape that bears a...

African Heatwave To Sweep Across Europe, Affecting Greece Over The Weekend

Temperatures in Greece and many parts of Europe will soar over the weekend as the atmospheric instability gradually subsides, the METEO weather service of...

Historic ”Pelion Train” Stops Operation, Causing Widespread Outcry in Greece

The historic ''Pelion Train'' in Volos, Greece did not operate for two consecutive weekends, on May 25-26 and June 1-2, causing a widespread outcry in the...

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