Land of Aeolia by Ilias Venezis is inspired by the author’s happy childhood memories from his summers spent at his grandparents’ farming estate, where he would explore the rich natural world around him, listen to the enthralling stories t…

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Greece has made significant progress in the domain of Digital Technologies in line with the Digital Transformation Bible launched by the Ministry of Digital Governance in 2020. Although accelerated by the pandemic, Digital Transformation in the coun…

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The marble statue dating back to the 7th century BC is presented to the public for the first time by the Ephorate of Antiquities of the Cyclades in a temporary exhibition, which opened on 4 September 2022 at the Archaeological Museum of The…

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The 86th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) opens its doors on Saturday, September 10, 2022 bringing together professionals, buyers and visitors from Greece and many countries across the world. TIF is Greece’s largest trade event and is con…

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The 2022 Edmund Keeley Book Prize is awarded to Eleni Kefala’s ‘The Conquered: Byzantium and America on the Cusp of Modernity’ (Dumbarton Oaks, 2020). According to the award committee,  The Conquered &…

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The newly established Corfu International Festival (CIF) opens its gates in September to welcome visitors to its inaugural season and invite them to discover a multidimensional program that covers a wide range of artistic creation. Driven by an inclu…

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Sofia Siamanidou is Professor of Modern Greek Philology at the Institute of Classical, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Tbilisi State University. She is the author of five books on classical tradition in Modern Greek literature. Her most recent bo…

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Greece has one of the longest coastlines in Europe and a long-standing tradition in fishing and boat building; in recent years efforts have been made to promote activities related to fishing tourism, such as ichthyotourism, marine activities, recreat…

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