Greece has been focusing in the last years on the internationalization of its higher education removing bureaucratic barriers and facilitating the academic and student mobility. Through bilateral and multilateral agreements with several countries Gr…

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Open House, one of the most important international institutions for the promotion of architecture, returns for its 9th edition in the Greek capital (9-10 April 2022) under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and Sports and the City of Athens. Th…

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Dr Rebecca Flemming has been appointed as the first A. G. Leventis Chair in Ancient Greek Scientific and Technological Thought at the University of Exeter. Flemming, currently Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Classics at th…

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Barbara Roussou is a Faculty Member of the Department of Theory and History of Art at the Athens School of Fine Arts. She holds a PhD in Modern Greek Language and Literature (University of Athens) and a PhD in Theory and History of Art (ASFA). Her re…

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The play FILIKI ETERIA: The Brotherhood behind the Revolution, inspired by the true story of the early-18th century revolutionary organisation, is the new mainstage production of the Tank Theatre in New York, which will be presented at the Tank&rsquo…

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With an impressive pavilion under the slogan “Greece of Tomorrow, Today” Greece participated in the Expo Dubai 2020 aiming to showcase the competitive advantages and areas of innovation of the country under the strategic transformation of…

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The largest city in the Eastern Macedonia and Thrace region, Alexandroupolis, is developing into a major energy hub and a pillar of security and stability, enhancing Greece’s multidimensional cooperation with the US, EU, and NATO.

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Maria Papadima is a translator and translation theorist, a professor at the Department of French Language and Literature at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She studied French Language, Comparative Literature and Translation i…

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Mention “dance” to a foreign visitor to Greece, and the first image coming to mind will likely be the “sirtaki”, a mix of slow and fast versions of the Hasapiko folk dance that was choreographed by Giorgos Provias&nb…

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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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