ATHENS — They’re some of Greece’s most celebrated beauties. And after nearly 2,500 years, it’s perhaps only fitting that they’re getting a face-lift.
The Archaeological Museum of Iraklio on Crete, home to the world’s best collection of Minoan artifacts, has reopened after more than seven years of repairs.
April 21 is a day most Greeks remember with fear. It was 47 years ago, weeks before scheduled elections, a coup of far right-wing military officers seized power.
The Louvre Museum, which has ignored calls from Greece to return the stolen Winged Victory of Samothrace state, known as the Nike of Samothrace, said […]
The city of Athens is home to a selection of interesting cultural centers including a number of museums and art galleries, which, aside from the […]
ATHENS – Greece’s Culture Ministry has warned against “overbold” speculation that an ancient artificial mound being excavated could contain a royal Macedonian grave or even […]
With the strong support of Mayor Yiannis Boutaris, who is eager to lure more Turkish tourists, Thessaloniki has inaugurated a museum dedicated to Mustafa Kemal […]
High up in the Peloponnese, above the town of Kalavryta, Giorgos Dimopoulos reads through the names chiselled into a stone monument. At one, he stops. […]
NEW YORK – The Pontian Genocide is one of the most painful moments in Hellenic history, yet for most of the past 100 years knowledge […]
GLEN COVE, N.Y. – The photographs of proud Greek Jewish families in the early 1900’s and the richly decorated artifacts from centuries past on display […]