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Greece Selects 16-Year-Old Victor Vernicos for Eurovision 2023

Greece will be represented at Eurovision 2023 by their youngest ever representative, Victor Vernicos with the song "What They Say", Greek broadcaster ERT revealed...

Thessaloniki Film Festival Joins European Festivals Alliance

The Thessaloniki International Film Festival (TIFF) has joined Smart 7, a new cooperation network of seven European film festivals aiming to further European film...

Oldest City in Europe Is Strofilas in Greece

Strofilas on the island of Andros in Greece is the oldest city in Europe. Dating to 4500 - 3200 BC

Europe’s Human Rights Body Slams Greece for ‘Criminalizing’ Refugee NGOs

The Council of Europe, the continent's human rights body, has criticized Greece for criminalizing NGOs and individuals assisting refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants. As the...

Greek City of Trikala First in Europe to Deploy Delivery Droids

The Greek city of Trikala will be the first in Europe to pilot fully automated 'delivery droids' in the city center. The project is a...

Ancient Greek City of Elefsina Is the 2023 Culture Capital of Europe

The ancient Greek city of Eleusis or Elefsina is preparing to kick off festivities to mark its declaration as the 2023 Culture Capital of...

Electricity in Greece Still Most Expensive in Europe

For the second week in a row, Greece has the highest electricity prices in the European Union. On Wednesday, the wholesale price was above...

Unprecedented Warm Winter in Greece and Europe Puzzles Scientists

Greece and the rest of Europe have been experiencing unprecedentedly warm temperatures well above winter averages thus far this season. In Greece, the unseasonable “spring”...

Croatia Becomes the 20th Member of the Eurozone

Croatia is becoming the twentieth country to use the euro in a major milestone for a nation of four million people that has long...

Monemvasia: Europe’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Castle Town is in Greece

Monemvasia, on the southeastern shores of the Peloponnese, Greece is Europe's oldest continuously inhabited castle town. Founded in 583 by inhabitants of the mainland seeking...