Daily Archives: Jul 31, 2022
Woolly Mammoths to be Resurrected Within Next Decade, Scientists Say
Jurassic Park has nothing on three scientists who have decided to reassemble genes from woolly mammoths and resurrect them once again after having been...
British Museum Exec Calls For “Parthenon Partnership” Over Elgin Marbles
Dr Jonathan Williams, deputy director of the British Museum, suggested a "Parthenon partnership" with Greece over the Elgin Marbles.
Greece’s Hydra Boasts the World’s Oldest Merchant Marine Academy
Rising from Hydra’s pier, there is a stately mansion housing the world’s oldest continuously operating merchant marine academy.
Amphipolis Tomb Could Open To Visitors By End of 2022
The impressive ancient Greek monument in Northern Greece known as the Amphipolis Tomb could open for visitors by the end of 2022.
Greek Islands On High Capacity Amidst Record Tourist Traffic
Several Greek islands are approaching full or high booking capacity as the summer season peaks, local official tell AMNA.
China Space Rocket Debris Falls Burning In Indian Ocean
The remnants of the Chinese space rocket were seen burning in the night sky as they fell in the Indian ocean on July 31.
President Biden Tests Positive For COVID-19 For Second Time
US President Biden has tested positive for the coronavirus for a second time in ten days.
Pocket Size Watermelons Made in Greece
Watermelons are a popular fruit of Greek summer, but they tend to be a bit unwieldy in shape and heavy to carry. But a farmer...
The Most Influential Greek Rebetiko Singers of All Time
Rebetiko, sometimes called the "Greek Blues," is perhaps the most influential genre of Greek music. While the movement as a whole was significant internationally,...
The History of Athens From Pericles to Antetokounmpo
Athens is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It has been a place of human settlement for at least five...