Over the past year and a half, the art world has witnessed a fusion of the online and physical worlds. As art fairs and galleries return to in-person events this fall, it’s becoming clear that today’s art market is now a fully hybrid one&…

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Maria Patakia was born in Athens. She studied Law at the University of Athens and European Law at the University Paris 2. She has worked as a Legal Advisor to the European Commission and a secretary of the Cultural Association KYKLOS in Brussels, and…

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Despite not sharing the renown of Greece’s most popular archaeological sites, the Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae in the Peloponnese is a site of great significance and among the best-preserved monuments from the Classical period. Its cons…

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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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Eleni Papalampropoulou was born in 1980 in Athens. Her poems have been published in literary magazines and anthologies. Her first poetry collection titled Διάφανο Καταφύγι&omic…

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An inspiring photography exhibition, titled “#My_Greece: Villages, is taking place at Athinais Cultural Center (2-17 October 2021), showcasing the authentic beauties of Greece’s countryside, through its unique landscapes, people, a…

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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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The exhibition Under the Light of Apollo: The Louvre at Delphi brings, for the first time, twenty-eight major exhibits from the Louvre collections into a dialogue with pieces of great importance from the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Mus…

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Considered one of the most important writers of modern Greek literature, Maro Douka belongs to the so-called generation of the 1970s, a literary term referring to Greek authors who began publishing their work during the 1970s.

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The Hellenic Observatory, internationally recognised as one of the premier research centres for contemporary Greece and Cyprus, is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Located in LSE’s European Institute, the Hellenic Osbarvatory (HO) was es…

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