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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...

Inmate Stabbed to Death in Trikala Prison

A deadly incident in Greece's Trikala prison was made public on Wednesday. An inmate of the prison who was Albanian national was attacked by two...

Greece’s Trikala to Offer Electric Vehicles for Public Use Inside the City

Greece's city of Trikala continues its tradition of innovation, being the first Greek -- and one of the very few European cities -- to...

Inmate at Greece’s Trikala Prison Dies from Head Injury

An unfortunate incident took place in Central Greece's Trikala prison on Friday, when an inmate tragically died after a fight he had with a...

Trikala Claims Highest Christmas Tree in Greece

The town of Trikala, in Thessaly, central Greece, has laid claim to the tallest natural Christmas tree this year in Greece. The fir tree grew...

Ancient Trikala Settlement Reveals Amazing Bronze Age Artifacts

The last five years of archaeological research and excavation in central Greece's Petroto village, near the Trikala area, has unearthed a major settlement that...

” A World Without Smoking” Conference Held in Trikala

Philanthropist George D. Behrakis (L) and Trikala Mayor Dimitris Papastergiou (R) The ninth Panhellenic Student Conference, titled "Education for a World Without Smoking"    was...

Greece Sees Its First Snowfall of the Season

Parts of central Greece were covered by snow on Friday, the first of the season. The mountainous villages around Trikala in Thessaly were the first...

Meet the 95-Year-Old who Runs Greece’s Last Combined Coffee Shop-General Store

The combination coffee shop-general store has become a relic of a bygone era, similarly to old transistor radios or the laterna. There was a...

Vandals Desecrate Jewish Cemetery in Trikala, Central Greece

Vandals desecrated the Jewish cemetery in Trikala, central Greece destroying eight tombstones, including two that belong to the parents of the president of the...

Trikala Welcomes Light Electric Vehicles Exposition on Sept. 18

An exposition of light-duty electric vehicles will take place in Trikala, Central Greece, on September 18th as part of the ELVITEN project and the...

Greece’s Beautiful Mount Ziria, Home of the God Hermes

According to the legend, the Pleiad known as Maia gave birth to Zeus' son Hermes in a cave near the lake Dasios, on Mount...

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