Two years after the coronavirus pandemic affected all cultural events in the world, the Athens and Epidaurus Festival (AEF) is ready to welcome again acclaimed Greek and foreign theatre, dance and music artists offering to the audience a dynamic and…

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Νominated for the European Prize for Literature 2022, General Symptoms by Takis Kampylis is a novella about the dystopia we are faced with due to the pandemic – although the virus is not specifically named – and as a result of the econ…

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Αlthough not often discussed in the English-speaking world, Tasos Leivaditis is one of the greats amongst the postwar generation of Greek writers.

He was born in Athens in 1922. In 1940 he enrolled in the Law School of the University of Athens…

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Greece in Europe 2040 is the product of a working group chaired by ELIAMEP’s President of the Board and Professor at Sciences Po, Paris, Loukas Tsoukalis, and consisting the following Greek experts on European integration: Maria Deme…

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The web portal Study in Greece is campaigning for the promotion and international visibility of Greek Universities and the comparative educational advantages of our country. In particular, the campaign focuses on the foreign language study…

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Athens: Two Hundred Years, Two Hundred Buildings,” is a photo album book that aims to be visual record of Athens’ evolution from the first years of Greek independence to today. The 330-page book features 200 selected bui…

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Κhaled Raouf was born in Alexandria, Egypt. He studied theatre, history and archaeology at the University of Athens and followed theatrical studied both in Greece and the USA. He studied Greek language and literary translation at the University…

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The First Sustainable Fashion Summer School will take place in Greece next June (6-26/6/2022) and will be co-organized by Fashion Revolution Greece and the Athens University of Economics and Business under the auspices of the Municipality of the Cit…

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Piraeus is the largest port in Greece and one of the largest and busiest passenger ports in Europe. It has been of great naval importance for Athens and Attica in general since the antiquity. Now, several projects are aiming to restore it as a cultur…

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Ancient Olympia is one of Greece’s most important archaeological sites. Once a sanctuary of nationwide importance, it now has an international reputation as both the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the birthplace of it…

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