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Greece from above “made by” Russia

The world famous Russian group Airpano recently visited our country in order to conduct panoramic and aerial photographic shoots of major Greek archaeological sites, monuments and landmarks such as the Acropolis, the Ancient Agora of Athens, Piraeus, Meteora, Mykonos and … Continue reading

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Santorini a unique Greek island!

  When you think of the words “Greek Islands” what do you see? White washed houses blending in against a cloudless cobalt blue sky and turquoise sea, shimmering olive groves, a blazing sun and ancient ruins. Of the many Greek … Continue reading

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“Choregia” (Sponsorship) & its relation to Ancient Greek Theater

The ancient Greek society and especially the Athenian one were highly developed and inherited us with some liturgies still practiced to this very day and proved to be beneficial for modern societies also.

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Music in the Gardens of the Megaron

Celebrating the European Music Day today the Megaron Mousikis, is following a tradition of an open air concert at the gardens of the building that promises to put everyone present in a summer swing mood.

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Twelve hours of music in the Acropolis museum

The Acropolis Museum celebrates its third birthday today June 20. Due to this nice event the Museum as well as its restaurant will be open from 8:00am to midnight. Entrance will be reduced to 3 Euro for all visitors. Enjoy a … Continue reading

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Petros Vrellis’ addition to Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’: A digital touch into classical art.

Interfering with classical art using modern technology is always quite a risk for the contemporary artist, as it does not always ends up into commendable results. However, that was not the issue for the Greek electrical engineer Petros Vrellis, a … Continue reading

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Spanakopita Recipe

Spanakopita Wins Every Time! During spring and summer, our meals are lighter, fresher and hopefully easier. One of the best and healthiest things about Greek cuisine is that fresh vegetables, farm eggs, extra virgin oil and a vast array of … Continue reading

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1st Acropolis Half Marathon

A Marathon (or half Marathon) Race is an event that takes place in order to commemorate the Marathon Battle which took place  back in 490 BC between Greeks and Persians . The Greeks won and after the battle they sent a soldier … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Beaches of Athens

Athens is not well known abroad for its beaches as it is more famous for its wonderful monuments, attractions and Museums. Athenians though tend to enjoy their nearby clean and easily accessible beaches.

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