An updated Athens Guide (Winter 2015- Spring 2016) is now available and in the process of being delivered to 96 leading hotels in Athens. The Guide is published by City Contact, under the auspices of the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourism Age…

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Too much info clouding over my head”, by Vassilis Christofilakis, is a mumblecore, feel good comedy about an overanxious young director searching for success, whose life is further complicated when he is forced to raise money for a movi…

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras joined 150 world leaders at the inaugural session yesterday (30.11) of the Paris COP 21 United Nations Conference on Climate Change.

Addressing participants, Tsipras said the summit, as an obligation toward future…

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The history of the Athens School of Fine Arts coincides with the history of contemporary Greece. Just three years after the 180th anniversary of Athens as capital, ASFA celebrates 180 of cultivating young artists. Its transformations and evolution mi…

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In August 2014, University of Thessaloniki Law School students Anastasia Siapka and Maria Dermetzi were brainstorming about how to set up a small business.Soon they realized that they needed good programming skills and to know how to set up a good we…

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Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) – the world’s largest celebration of innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare – celebrates its 8th year, with…

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In his article for French daily Le Monde (Revitaliser l’Europe avec l’adhésion de la société, 17.1.2018), Minister of Finance of the Hellenic Republic Euclid Tsakalotos welcomes some of Emmanuel Macron's pr…

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Greek FM Nikos Kotzias is on a official state visit in Cyprus, his first one after being re-appointed to the position of Foreign Minister in September. Yesterday (26.10), Kotzias met with this Cypriot counterpart, Ioannis Kasoulides, and Archbishop C…

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Europe needs to change if it wants to be able to offer a promising future to its citizens, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday during a joint press conference at the end of the 4th Mediterranean EU member-states summit in Rome.

The summit…

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