The Athens International Children’s Film Festival returns for its 2nd edition focused on providing a cinematic experience that caters to a wide spectrum of audiences. A grand celebration for all children and their families, it provides entertai…

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The National Marine Park of Alonissos Northern Sporades was the first marine park established in Greece, and remains one of the largest marine protected areas (MPAs) in Europe. It is a site of special interest due to its environmental but also cultur…

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Athens, the Marathon Capital of the World, welcomed its 37th Authentic Marathon, which was extended to two days (9-10 November, 2019) due to the increasing number of participants, turning the entire weekend into a festival of running. Specifically, t…

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The greatest legend ever told, Homer’s Odyssey, is now being brought to life in Thessaloniki, Greece (October 22, 2019 - January, 24, 2020). The “Odyssey” Theme Park – Museum is a highly educational and entertaining park, wher…

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The Thessaloniki International Film Festival celebrates 60 years of Festival with an inviting program of films and events and a new competition section in the city of Thessaloniki from October 31 to November 10th. The famous illustrator John Mavroudi…

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Would it be possible for a biennale to become the starting point for reflection on the crucial issues that contemporary societies are facing today? To examine, from a critical distance, people’s standpoint towards the world and the planet? The…

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Alexander the Great, one of history’s greatest military minds, as King of Macedonia and Persia, established the largest empire the ancient world had ever seen. Although he died before realising his dream of uniting a new realm, his influence on…

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“The Hour of Greece” is an exhibition organized by the Hellenic American University |Ηellenic American College and the Greek America Foundation, in collaboration with the General State Archives οf Greece and under the aegis o…

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Epigraphy, the study of written matter recorded on hard or durable material, which -as a term- is derived from the Classical Greek epigraphein (“to write upon, incise”) and epigraphē (“inscription”), is a prime tool in recover…

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2020 marks the 200th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence, which began with a proclamation of revolution against Ottoman rule in the Peloponnese on March 17, 1821. To celebrate the occasion, the National Historical Museum in Athens has launch…

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