Alexander Ypsilantis was one of the early heroes of the Greek War of Indepedence. As the leader of the secret organisation Filiki Eteria, he played an important role in planning and preparing the war against the Ottoman Empire, and his ill-fated camp…

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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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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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On the occasion of the 2021 of the Bicentenary of the Greek War of Independence, the Louvre Museum in Paris presents the exhibition ParisAthens: The Birth of Modern Greece, 1675–1919, which aims to highlight "the cultural, diplomatic and…

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The Revolution of 3 September 1843 marked the end of absolute monarchy in Greece. The successful uprising, led by the Greek Army with the support of a large part of the Greek people, resulted in the granting of a constitution and the adoption of univ…

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Weaving Histories: Margaret Kenna and Anafi” is an exhibition dedicated to the work of anthropologist and researcher Margaret Kenna, running in Athens until 11 September 2021. This project, organized by State o…

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The Intercalated Olympic Games were conceived as a series of international athletics competitions that would take place every four years, halfway between the actual Olympics, and would always be hosted in Athens. However, they were only held once, in…

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The transformation of Athens’ former Public Tobacco Factory into a Cultural Center is the talk of the town nowadays, as the renovation of the historic building – which is located in the heart of the city (218 Lenorman Street) - was recent…

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