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Ancient Spartan Dialect Tsakonika Still Alive Despite Ravages of Time

Tsakonika, the language of ancient Sparta, still survives today, despite the ravages of time and the many reversals of fortune in Greece.

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...

Kalikantzaroi: The Greek Goblins that Run Wild at Christmas

From Christmas Day until the Feast of the Epiphany, on January 6, Greeks watch over their homes especially carefully, looking for moved items or...

Anafiotika, the Hidden Island of Athens

The tiny, scenic neighborhood of Anafiotika tucked above the Plaka, just below the Acropolis, is often overlooked by visitors to Athens

Restored Synagogue Opens in Trikala, Greece

Members of Jewish communities from all over the world attended the grand opening of the renovated synagogue in Trikala, Greece this week. The celebration at...

Russia Batters Ukraine with Kamikaze Drones

Ukraine's capital Kyiv has been hit by at least four explosions with President Volodymyr Zelensky blaming "kamikaze drones" sent by Russia. Zelensky said that Russia’s...

The Japanese Bouzouki Player Who Performs Greek Rebetika

It is not often that you see a Japanese bouzouki player, much less a woman, indulging in her favorite instrument in faraway Kobe in Japan

Unraveling the Mystery of Longevity on Ikaria, Greece

Ikaria, a beautiful island located in the eastern Aegean, may look similar to any other Greek islands, but there is one vital difference.

When Mytikas, the Peak of Mount Olympus, was Finally Conquered

In August 1913, the first climbers reached Mount Olympus’s highest peak, famed for its place in Greek mythology as home of the Twelve Olympian...

Rizitika Songs from Crete Pass Oral History on to New Generation

Rizitika songs are the oldest type of Cretan music, originating from the western part of the Greek island, but now heard in central and eastern Crete as well.