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The Odyssey at a Glance

The Odyssey of Homer is a Greek epic poem that tells of the return journey of Odysseus to the island of Ithaca from the...

Massive “Odyssey of the Seas” Cruises in Mykonos, Santorini

"Odyssey of the Seas," one of the largest and most luxurious cruise ships in the world, docked on Thursday at the port of Mykonos....

Lawrence Durrell’s Odyssey of Greek Islands a Travel Masterpiece

The Greek Islands by Lawrence Durrell remains one of the most exciting travel books. It is a launching place to learn about history, the islands and the people.

Odyssey: Homer’s Epic Poem Is the World’s Most Influential Story

Homer's Odyssey, ancient Greece's most well-known epic poem, is officially the most influential story to have shaped the entire world.

Corfu, Homer’s Odyssey and Odysseus’ Petrified Ship

Odysseus' ship, which took him home from Corfu to Ithaka, turned to rock according to legend. Where might Odysseus have washed ashore in Corfu...

Snowy Odyssey for Trapped Railway Passengers in Greece

The trip from Athens to Thessaloniki for 300 railway passengers turned into an unexpected Odyssey after they became trapped inside the train for 17...

US Band “Manowar” Recruits Greek Actors for Odyssey-Themed Song

As part of a press conference before the Release Athens Festival, the founder and bassist for the band "Manowar," Joey DeMaio, announced an epic...

Aegean Odyssey for 400 Migrants Ends as Ship Docks at Greek Island

Nearly 400 migrants disembarked Sunday from a Turkish-flagged cargo ship that Greece allowed to dock on its territory despite charges that Turkey had violated...

Odyssey Banned for Violence, Sexism; Is this the End of World Classics?

Odyssey, Homer's classic was recently banned in Lawrence, Massachusetts for portraying ideas that do not conform to modern norms of behavior. 

Four Amazing Months in Greece: The Odyssey of Two Stranded Tourists in Coronavirus Times

“Today we finally can go home.” So read a message that Greek Reporter received recently from Ilse and Nikola Stadler, a mother and daughter...