“In Greece you are modest. You have excellent startups getting matured and getting copied outside of Greece, but you don’t communicate them”. These were the words, back in 2014, of Neelie Kroes– the then Vice-President of the…

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Imagine that you are working in a European capital and that before or after your work, on a busy weekday, you wear your swimsuit and in 10 or 20 minutes you go to the beach for swimming or surfing, or you go to a beach bar in the night for a drink.…

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It’s now official, Thessaloniki is a culinary paradise! In fact, Greece’s second-largest city has always been referred to as the country’s gastronomic capital but -as recently announced - it also proudly became the first Greek…

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Greece aims to create new business opportunities thanks to its nascent cannabis economy. The use of medical cannabis in Greece was legalised in 2017, while the prohibition of its production was lifted in early 2018. In late 2018, the first two licenc…

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Could cutting-edge science provide the solution to Greece’s decades-long campaign concerning the return of the Parthenon Marbles and the reunification of one of the world's greatest cultural monuments? The Institute of Digital Archaeology…

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Did you know that Greece offers many studying opportunities at Master’s degree level exclusively in English?

In Greece you can find some challenging and innovative fully English-taught Master's degree programmes in a variety of disciplines, es…

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2021 is a highly symbolic year for Greece as it marks the 200th anniversary of the outbreak of the country’s Independence War against the Ottoman rule in 1821. “Greece 2021” the coordinating Committee responsible for the organizati…

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Holidays and rituals seem to have always been a universal aspect of the human experience, almost inextricably linked to being part of a community, an organised society and, eventually, a culture. In the Western world, calendars and festive days have…

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Greece, boasting one of the oldest cinematic traditions in Europe, is for more than one reasons a film friendly country; its unique light and locations as well as its versatile architecture have attracted many Hollywood productions with “Mama…

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The Museum of Cycladic Art has announced a new series of lectures on archaeology, focusing on the island of Crete; the cycle will feature announcements of recent discoveries and new archaeological finds, as well as research projects, and will take pl…

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