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Carnival in Athens and Tsiknopempti

Greece is the country where two religions met and were also confronted. Paganism and Christianity. It is the place where Christianity was first acknowledged as the official religion of the country back in 313 AD. Paganism and its thousands of … Continue reading

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The new “TfA Tickets” app

Revolutionise your journey by using the new “TfA Tickets” application for public transport in Athens! Without queuing in the line or at the ticket machines, you can now book your “Transport for Athens” ticket, wherever you are. Use this app … Continue reading

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Celebrities at the Acropolis of Athens

Acropolis of Athens. The cradle of the Western Civilization. A significant monument of culture. It attracts millions of visitors each year of all nations, all casts, all social classes. Old people and kids, families and individuals, famous and unfamous people, … Continue reading

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Greek Wine: A Divine Matter

Wine was and still is significant ingredient accompanying the rich Greek cuisine. The phrase “let’s go for a glass of wine” shows how much the Greeks honor it and how directly it is connected with their daily life. Over a … Continue reading

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The Greek Feast On Christmas

Greece is tightly connected to people’s mind with summer. However, Greece is an equally welcoming destination for Christmas, not only for the historical places, but also for the culinary experiences this land has to offer! Christmas Day lunch has always … Continue reading

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Christmas Activities In Athens

It is a nice idea to spend  your Christmas holiday in Athens for many reasons. The weather is always mild and nice so you can undertake a lot of outdoor activities, a rich cultural program  is always prepared  for both visitors and locals and of … Continue reading

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LEGO Model Of The Acropolis

The Acropolis Museum in Athens richer and more attractive for the junior visitors. The Acropolis Museum has been enriched with a wonderful LEGO model of the Acropolis, donated to the Museum by Michael Turner, Senior Curator at Nicholson Museum in Sydney, Australia. … Continue reading

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The August Full Moon Festival – The Most Enchanting Festival Of The Year

The full moon in August is remarkable in many ways. People seem to become more spontaneous, more carefree, with less of a mind for work and more of a mind for fun, and for some lucky ones – romance! Greeks … Continue reading

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The Birth Of Athena

The city of Athens, the city where democracy was born, was named and dedicated to Athena, the Goddess of Wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilization, law and justice, just warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill and brilliantly lived up … 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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