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Aristotle Onassis’ Historic Olympic Airways Plane Displayed in Athens

The beloved plane of the late Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis, an Olympic Airways Boeing 747, was recently moved to a permanent place at Hellinikon,...

Mieza: The School Where Aristotle Tutored Alexander the Great

Greek archeologists are keen to excavate further the archeological site of Mieza located in the northeastern region of Macedonia where Aristotle is believed to...

Eat Like an Ancient Greek Philosopher: The Aristotle Menu

According to Aristotle, the world was based on five elements—earth, fire, water, air, and ether. Culinary professor Giorgos Palisidis has now created what he...

Aristotle Onassis: Greece’s Larger Than Life Tycoon

Aristotle Onassis was one of the most famous Greeks in the entire world in the 20th century, a visionary and one of the richest men

Three Lessons From Aristotle on Friendship

Human beings have always prized friendship. As the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle wrote: “no one would choose to live without friends,” even if they...

“Telosa,” the Billionaire-Backed Utopian City Inspired by Aristotle

Billionaire Marc Lore, the former head of Walmart.com, is planning to create the "utopian" city of Telosa by 2050. Lore, who was the CEO of...

A Look Back at the Aristotle Onassis and Jackie Kennedy Wedding

In October 1968, the wedding of Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis and former First Lady Jacquelyn Bouvier Kennedy took place on the island of...

What Did Aristotle Teach Alexander the Great?

When philosopher Aristotle was summoned to teach young Alexander the Great, it was a tutorage that helped shape the course of Greek civilization

The Mystery of Aristotle’s Tomb

Scholars and archaeologists alike have been fascinated by the quest to find Aristotle's ultimate resting place for ages. Aristotle was one of the finest...

The School of Aristotle: One of the First Universities in the World

A place of universal historic and cultural interest, the ruins of the School of Aristotle are located just two miles from the contemporary town...