From January 18 to March 11, 2022, the exhibition "Remember me and love me" dedicated to the life and works of late Greek artist and politician Melina Mercouri will be open to the public at the Technopolis cultural complex in Athens.

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Alekos Lountzis (b. 1978) studied law, communication, and social anthropology in Athens and Cambridge. He works at the P. Sakellaropoulos ­– Institute of Mental Health for Children and Adults. His poetry collection The Next Us was published…

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Delos is a small, rocky island in the centre of the Aegean Sea; and yet, for the ancient Greeks, it was considered as "the most sacred of all islands" (Callimachus, 3rd century BC). Virtually uninhabited, the island is located close to Mykonos, and i…

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To celebrate the 200 years of Greek independence, public radio station Kosmos 93.6 asked ten foreign musicians who live and work in Greece to chose a favorite song and cover it in their native language -and music genre. The results were compell…

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Giorgos Chantzis was born in Athens in 1972. He studied Philosophy (University of Athens) and English Literary Translation (European Center for the Translation of Literature – EKEMEL). He holds a PhD in Aesthetic Philosophy. Since 2008 he has b…

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Georgios Iakovidis (1853–1932) was a prominent Greek artist of the 19th century; he was among the main representatives of the so-called "Munich School" in Greece, and is particularly famous for his paintings depicting scenes of childhood.

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Mention “architecture” to a foreign visitor to Greece, and the first image coming to mind will likely be the Parthenon on the Athenian Acropolis. Despite the fact that the Parthenon was built in the mid-5th century BC by th…

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Eleni Karaindrou © Photo: Pepi Loulakaki

Eleni Karaindrou, globally renowned film, television and theatre composer was honoured at the World Soundtrack Awards with the Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding achievements in film music.&n…

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We Need Books is an NGO that functions as a library and, more broadly, a multicultural space in Kypseli, a vibrant and culturally diverse neighbourhood in the centre of Athens. The library features 14,000 books in over 30 languages and at least 6 alp…

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