Rhea Galanaki was born in Heraklion, Crete in 1947. She studied History and Archaeology in Athens. She has published novels, short stories, poems and essays. She’s been twice awarded the Greek National Book Award (in 1999 for her novel Eleni, o…

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2021 has been a remarkable year for the startup ecosystem in Greece as the country climbed six places to 48th in the world according to StartupBlink’s “Startup Blink Global Ecosystem Report for 2022”. At the same time Greek startup…

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The exhibition and conference "Art Communicating Conflict Resolution" will take place in Thessaloniki in the summer of 2022, exploring art’s possible positive effects on conflict resolution efforts.

The art exhibition, featuring works by 39 int…

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Greek News Agenda pays tribute to landscape sculptor Nella Golanda who will be turning 81 on June 19 2022. A graduate of the Athens School of Fine Arts and the first honorary member of the Pan-Hellenic Association of Landscape Architects, Golanda has…

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On the occasion of the National Day of Portugal celebrated on 10th June, the Ambassador of Portugal in Greece, Helena Paiva, spoke to Greek News Agenda about what unites the two countries in terms of culture, the main cultural initiatives and events…

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"Athena" Research Center is establishing a new Robotics Unit, while at the same time a tender is in place for the purchase of a building that will house its new units on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. The program for a new Robotics Unit, whic…

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The City of Athens recently proceeded with the complete reconstruction of Athens’ largest food market, the historical “Varvakeios Market”. As the Mayor of Athens, Costas Bakogiannis, stated: “The heart of Athens is beating her…

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Greek shipowners control more than one-fifth of the world’s entire fleet, and continue expanding: according to the data in the annual report of the Union of Greek Shipowners (UGS) for 2021-2022, Greek shipowners control 5.514 vessels…

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Panagiotis Chatzimoisiadis was born in 1970 in Dytiko, Pella. He works as a high school teacher. He received the Special National Prize for Literature 2021. He has published the following books: the short story collection Three Memories and Two Lives…

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This May, tourist presence has already been felt in the streets of Athens. After two years marked by the unfavourable impact of the pandemic, there is hope that the current tourist season could match the record numbers of the pre-Covid era.

It i…

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