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7 Cities in Turkey of Great Greek Heritage

In today’s land of Asia Minor, cradle of ancient Greek scientific and philosophical thought, visitors still find the remnants of a great past.

Group of Migrants Stranded On Evros Islet Rescued by Greek Authorities

The group of 39 migrants reported stranded on an islet in Evros River last week were rescued by Greece on Monday, August 15.

Shiba Inu Coin Records 30 Percent Spike Up

For crypto, the last year has been an utter disaster, but for Shiba Inu, which has been in the spotlight for recording a thirty percent spike in value in a span of only 24 hours, it's been a more...

Pfizer CEO, Albert Bourla, Gets Covid-19

The quadruple-vaccinated CEO of Pfizer, Albert Bourla, tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing very mild symptoms.

Orthodox Greeks Celebrate Dormition of The Virgin Mary

Worshippers across the world were celebrating the Dormition of Virgin Mary on Monday, one of the greatest days in the Greek Orthodox calendar.

August 15: Discover the Big Celebration of Tinos Island

  For Greeks, August 15 is one of the most important holidays on the calendar, but it is an especially huge day in Tinos. It's vacation time for most working Greeks, and a celebration of all the Marias, Marios, Panagiotis,...

Peristeria, The “Mycenae Of Western Peloponnese”

The archaeological site of ancient Peristeria with its vaulted tombs and gold findings, bears witness to life during the early Mycenaean Era.

August 15th 1940: Italians Torpedo Greek Cruiser Elli as a Precursor to War

It was August 15, 1940 when the Italian submarine 'Delfino' torpedoed and sank the Greek light cruiser 'Elli' at Tinos' port during the Word War II. World War II had been raging for almost a year in Europe, with Greece...

Maria and the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Honored on August 15th

As Greeks prepare to celebrate the Dormition of the Virgin Mary, the nation is ready to honor those with the most popular female name, Maria.

Α Thousand Tourists Watched The Change of The Presidential Guard in Athens

More than a thousand tourists watched the weekly "Grand Change" of the Presidential Guard in Athens on Sunday.

The Panagia Soumela Icon, the Symbol of Hellenism in Pontus

The holy icon of Panagia Soumela, located in the homonymous Holy Church in Vermio, northern Greece, is the symbol of Hellenism in Pontus.

Turkish Commander Orders Murder of Solomos Solomou in Cyprus

Hasan Kundakci admitted that he ordered the assassination of Greek-Cypriot hero Solomos Solomou.

Syros: The Lady of the Aegean Islands

Most tourists flock to famous Aegean islands like Mykonos, Paros, and Santorini, but overlook some truly spectacular destinations like Syros. This island contains the former capital of the Cyclades, Hermoupolis. Visitors who want a different cultural experience and island atmosphere,...

Commercial Flights Decrease Across EU, Except Greece

Greece was the only Member State defying a pan-European decrease in the volume of commercial flights in July, Eurostat says.

Migrants Stranded on Islet in Evros River Abandoned to Die

40 migrants trapped on an islet in Evros River plea for help as neither Greece nor Turkey assumes responsibility for their rescue.