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Epiphany: A Greek Orthodox Celebration Rich in Tradition

Epiphany is one of the most sacred Greek Orthodox celebrations, rich in many Christian traditions which also date back to ancient times. Epiphany (also called...

Number of Students in Greek Schools to Drop 30% by 2035

The number of students in Greek schools will decrease nearly 30 percent by 2035, with the largest drop in absolute figures being recorded in...

Golden Visa, Airbnb Drive Greeks Out of Housing Market

The real estate market in Greece is booming because of an extraordinary amount of sales to foreigners who want to receive the so-called "Golden Visa", while an increase in the number of people who short-lease their apartments to platforms like Airbnb is driving up rent prices.

How Greece Will Benefit from East Med Gas Pipeline

Greece will definitely benefit from the recent agreement with Israel and Cyprus for the construction of the East Med gas pipeline, according to a...

Athens Welcomes the New Year with Singing and Dancing (Video)

The Municipality of Athens welcomed the New Year at the Thisio Pedestrian Walkway with great music, dancing, and a shining star which lit...

Why Greeks Smash a Pomegranate on New Year’s Day

Breaking the pomegranate on New Year's Day is an Ancient Greek holiday tradition, with its origins in the Peloponnese or Serres, and later spreading...

The Miraculous Story of St. Michael’s Shrine in Tarpon Springs

Saint Michael's Shrine, at 113 Hope St. in Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a place where faithful have reported miracles taking place for decades now....

Migrant Inflow Continues: 69 Asylum Seekers Rescued in the Aegean

Two vessels with refugees and migrants sank in the Eastern Aegean on Sunday with Frontex and the Greek Coast Guard rescuing a total of...

Missing Ancient Artifact ‘Stone of Nikouria’ Rediscovered on Amorgos

An ancient stone tablet bearing a historic inscription of the Resolution of Nikouria, dating back to the 3rd century BC, has resurfaced on the...

Actress and Singer Marianna Toli Passes Away

Acclaimed actress and singer Marianna Toli, who represented Greece at the 1977 Eurovision song contest passed away on Saturday, after a long battle with...