The Diros Caves are among the most significant natural sites in Greece; the truly spectacular cave complex is found in the region of Laconia, on the southeastern part of the Peloponnese peninsula. A visit to the caves is like a journey back in time t…

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Today marks the 48th anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic Uprising, a student-led demonstration against the military dictatorship (also known as “junta” or the “Regime of the Colonels”) that ruled Greece from 1967 to 197…

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George Bouzianis (1885-1959) is considered as one of the “three fathers” of Modern Greek art (the other two being Parthenis and Maleas) and Greece’s foremost expressionist painter. On the occasion of his 62nd birth anniversary (mark…

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From ancient archaeological sites to contemporary art exhibitions, Thessaloniki -Greece’s second-largest city- has it all. For photography lovers, in particular, the Thessaloniki Photobiennale, one of the oldest festivals in Europe, has returne…

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The Hellenic Parliament is dynamically participating in the events for the 200th anniversary of Greece’s Independence War with the exhibition "Beholding Liberty! At the Hellenic Parliament, two centuries later" which was inaugurated in the pres…

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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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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 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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The Athens Biennial, one of the most significant periodic international events of contemporary culture in Greece, returns for its seventh edition (Sep 24 – Nov 28, 2021) with an exciting program, featuring more than 450 works by 80 ar…

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As part of the Greek Revolution bicentennial celebrations, the project Morias21 invites you to discover the attractions of the Peloponnese, a region which played a seminal role in the Greek War of Independence and remains a fascinating destination th…

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