Athens commemorates the 74th anniversary of its liberation from the Nazi Occupation with a series of events taking place throughout the month of October in several venues across the city under the title “12 October - Free Athens”. Exhibit…

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Carefree people sunbathing, beautiful women smiling in their swim suits, wrapped in the glossy escapist visual style of the 50’s. But what do these people think about? “What lies behind the summer holiday smiles?” is the question Ch…

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At least 1,000 Greek books from the recent production of more than 40 publishing houses will be displayed at the Greek Pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair taking place on 10-14 October 2018. Greek novelist Maro Douka is the guest of honour of the Gre…

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The Biennale of Western Balkans (BoWB) is a new cultural project, taking place for the first time in the city of Ioannina, in the region of Epirus in Northwestern Greece, on 5-20 October 2018. The organisers' vision is to examine intangible cultural…

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The research and cultural programme Tragedy 2.0, an international collective exploration of the paradoxical encounter between Ancient Greek tragedy and the digital era, takes place at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation on 2-18 October 2018. The progra…

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Greek sculptor Costas Varotsos has left his artistic stamp on urban spaces across the world, his sculptures adorning many public places in Greece, Cyprus, Italy, Switzerland and the United States of America. As an established sculptor, Varotsos is h…

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Stelios Rallis, Secretary General for Digital Policy at the Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media, gave an interview to Hara Tzanavara, for the “Efimerida ton Sintakton” Greek daily newspaper, speaking about the ministr…

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The 4th “Athens International Poetry Festival” is organised on October 1 to 7, 2018, by the literary organisation Poets’ Circle, with the support of the organizing committee of the project Athens 2018 World Book Capital. For a week,…

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On August 20, Greece exited the economic adjustment program, its third since the beginning of the economic crisis in 2009, marking the end of almost a decade of strict fiscal surveillance. From now on, the country´s policy agenda…

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