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Tom Carvel, The Greek Who Introduced Soft Ice Cream to America

Let's face it, we all love ice cream -- and some of us are very fond of soft ice cream. Yet it is not...

Yiannis Kouros, The Greek Marathoner Who has Run the Distance from the Earth to...

Greek ultramarathon runner Yiannis Kouros has been called many things by his peers, running experts and the public: "The Running God," "The Golden...

The Battle of Thermopylae: When the Greeks Fought to Defend Civilization

The great Battle of Thermopylae and the valiant fight of 300 fearless Spartans under the command of warrior King Leonidas against 10,000 elite Persian...

Demetre Daskalakis, The Radical Greek-American Doctor Fighting AIDS in New York

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis has been described as the doctor partly responsible for the decreasing rates of HIV in New York City. This is no...

Rare Art Nouveau Building in Athens Praised by UNESCO Reopens after Full Renovation

Acropole Palace, an emblematic building in Athens that UNESCO has designated as one of Europe's most important examples of art nouveau architecture, is opening again...

Why was the Ancient Greek City of Hadrianopolis Abandoned?

Turkish archaeologists believe they will soon solve the mystery regarding the abandonment of the ancient city of Hadrianapolis, located in the Eskipazar district of...

Six of the Most Important Historical Greek Treasures in Turkey

There is an almost uncountable number of ancient Greek and Byzantine archaeological and historical sites in Turkey, many of which attract hundreds of thousands,...

The Greek Orthodox Archbishop who Walked with Martin Luther King

The 1965 march of leading civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Alabama was a turning point in American history....

The Parthenon of the Peloponnese Towers Over Mountains of Arcadia (video)

They call it the "Parthenon of the Peloponnese." The columned temple of Apollo Epicurius is as beautiful as the Parthenon in Athens, as it rises within...

How the Winged Victory of Samothrace was Saved from the Nazis

"Illustrious Yet Unknown" is the name of a new French documentary which tells the incredible story of how the Louvre Museum's staff saved priceless...