The City of Athens recently proceeded with the complete reconstruction of Athens’ largest food market, the historical “Varvakeios Market”. As the Mayor of Athens, Costas Bakogiannis, stated: “The heart of Athens is beating her…

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This May, tourist presence has already been felt in the streets of Athens. After two years marked by the unfavourable impact of the pandemic, there is hope that the current tourist season could match the record numbers of the pre-Covid era.

It i…

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The Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum (ILJM) is the first museum devoted to the art of jewellery in Greece and one of the few of its kind in the world. There you can discover the long and rich history of jewels in Greece, and view many specimens of…

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Greece’s diverse geography and Mediterranean climate have played an important role in the development of its rich culinary tradition. Many of its products have acquired PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) or PGI (Protected Geographical Indica…

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As recently announced by the European Commission, one of the Peloponnese’s most fascinating and well-developed attractions, the archaeological site of Ancient Nemea, is among the twelve new sites to join the European Union’s Heritage Labe…

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Two years after the coronavirus pandemic affected all cultural events in the world, the Athens and Epidaurus Festival (AEF) is ready to welcome again acclaimed Greek and foreign theatre, dance and music artists offering to the audience a dynamic and…

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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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 Greek diplomat and writer Vassilis Papadopoulos

Vassilis Papadopoulos, a career diplomat at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as a scholar specialized in Literature and the history of Greek language, has reviewed Roderick Beaton&r…

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The Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports has announced the results of last year’s underwater archaeological mission to the Fournoi archipelago.

According to the ministry’s Press release, the sixth archaeological mission of the Ephorate…

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Cornelius Castoriadis (1922 –1997) was a Greek-French philosopher, social critic, economist, and psychoanalyst, described as one of the foremost thinkers in Europe in his time. He is above all famous as the author of The Imaginary Institution o…

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