A banknote unearthed by The Observer sheds new light on Lord Byron's generosity and commitment to the Greek War of Independence.
Around Greece, people are gearing up to celebrate Easter with friends and family. While many Greek Easter celebrations are unique to the country, there are some elements of the feast day that are shared with many cultures: lamb, chocolate...
an international team of researchers claim that market economy thrived in Ancient Greece 3,000 years before previously believed.
Prince Philip was born at dining room table of Mon Repos, which means "my rest," and is situated on the coast of the Greek island of Corfu.
The Akathist Hymn, which is chanted on the first five successive Fridays of Lent in the Eastern Orthodox Church, is dedicated to Virgin Mary.
The AHI sponsored a Congressional Salute to Greek Independence in commemoration of the bicentennial of the Greek War of Independence in 2021.
American historian and academic Katherine Elizabeth Fleming became an Honorary Greek Citizen in 2016 for her contributions to Greek culture.
Scientists have debated why Bronze Age wall paintings at the ancient site of Akrotiri depict monkeys that came from thousands of miles away in Asia for years.
Greek fashion creator Eleanna Tabouri has created an elegant capsule collection inspired by traditional Greek costumes and 1821 fashion.
The Hymn of Kassiane, sung every Tuesday of Holy Week was composed by one of the few women writing music during Byzantine times.
The tale of the four Greek men who died on the Titanic is not often told, but it is one of the many tragic stories about the ill-fated ship.
The first Greek person to ever set foot in America was a man named Theodoros Griego, and he arrived in the country in 1528.
Stamatios Kartalopoulos spoke about bonds which unite the Greek and American War of Independence - liberty, democracy, freedom and justice.
The European Paratroopers Association, or EAP, purportedly planned to hold a celebration of the Battle of Crete in Chania in May.