The Benaki Museum Photographic Archives organise the exhibition “Greek Seas. A photographic journey in time”, hosted at the Athens International Airport until the end of December 2018. The photographs presented are divided into four chron…

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Although the Kolonos Festival doesn’t have a long history, it is already becoming an annual tradition for its organisers, the City of Athens Cultural, Youth and Sports Organisation (OPANDA), responsible for implementing the municipality's…

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This year’s Aeschylia Festival has just been launched in the city of Elefsina in western Attica, situated near the historical site of Eleusis – a place of major importance for the Ancient Greeks and also the birthplace of the celebrated G…

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Dimitris Mytaras, one of the most famous Greek painters of the 20th century, who passed away last year, is the subject of this summer’s temporary exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil and Elise Goulandris Foundation, on the…

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Iannis Xenakis was a Greek-French architect, mathematician and one of the 20th century’s most influential European composers. He applied his studies and research in mathematics, statistics, physics, architecture and philosophy into his composit…

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Founded in 2013, the Syros International Film Festival (SIFF) showcases a wide spectrum of cinema in traditional and re-purposed island sites. Taking place in the middle of the Aegean summer and removed from the usual demands and hierarchies of the…

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Lexikopoleio has recently released a new promotional video. It is an original, unpretentious and humorous work that reflects the personality of the bookstore and its owners, Odile Bréhier and Yannis Skoufis. With a strong international identit…

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Theodoros Terzopoulos is one of the most renowned directors of contemporary Greece; he has gained international acclaim for his productions as well as his acting method. The European Cultural Centre of Delphi (ECCD) organises “The Return of Dio…

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If you are still looking for the book that will accompany you to your Greek holidays, Greek News Agenda is proposing six mystery novels that will inspire you to discover three Athenian neighborhoods and will guide you to another three breathtaking h…

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First conceived in 1983 and presented for the first time in 1986, the Runciman Award is an annual literary award offered by the Anglohellenic League for a work published in English dealing wholly or in part with Greece or Helleni…

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