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The Holiest Days of the Greek Orthodox Religion

Easter is the most important holiday in the Greek Orthodox Religion and for this reason it has the most poignant ceremonies which begin on the Saturday of Lazarus (the Saturday before Palm Sunday) and end with Easter Sunday and the … Continue reading

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Athens – This is Home

No matter how difficult the financial situation becomes or how many noxious insults are flung, my city of Athens will survive. As a Greek-American living in Athens for the last 20 or so years I feel compelled to defend this … Continue reading

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Legendary Greek Filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos Dies

On Tuesday January 24, 2012 Greece and the world of cinema lost one of its favourite sons, director and filmmaker Theodoros Angelopoulos. Angelopoulos was struck down by a motorcycle as he was attempting to cross a busy highway while on … Continue reading

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Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens International Airport

In cooperation with the Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens International Airport hosts from October 12th, 2011 through January 6th, 2012, a photographic exhibition of the Museum’s Permanent Cycladic Art Collection. Visitors will have the opportunity to have an overview of … Continue reading

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