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Obama proclamation on occasion of Greek Independence Day

US President Barack Obama on Thursday signed the annual proclamation issued by the White House to commemorate Greek independence day on March 25, the...

Washington: “National Geographic” presents Mount Athos

More than 400 people gathered on February 4 in Washington D.C. for the opening reception of a historical photographic exhibit about Mount Athos presented...

Greek Independence Day Celebrations in Sydney

March 25 is the anniversary of Greece’s struggle for Independence in 1821 after some 400 years of Ottoman occupation. The Inter-Communities Council of NSW of...

Sweden angers Turkey with ‘genocide’ vote

A diplomatic row is brewing between Sweden and Turkey after Sweden's parliament yesterday voted to describe the 1915 killing of Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks and...

Byzantine exhibit in Bonn

Presenting more than 600 magnificent and historically meaningful exhibits and important artefacts from collections and archaeological excavations the exhibition shed light on many aspects...

Music and politics colour Greek pilgrimage to Trebizond

The Ottoman empire was home to many nationalities and religions - a cultural mosaic that was splintered by nationalism and war in the 20th...

Byzantium Splendor and Everyday Life

A wide-ranging selection of magnificent and historically important works of art brings to life the fascinating history and art of the Byzantine Empire. The exhibition...

25th anniversary of Melbourne- Thessaloniki sisterhood

The cities of Melbourne and Thessaloniki are celebrating this year the 25th anniversary of their sister-city relationship. The week celebrations concluded with a one...

History of Greek Immigration in Canada

Yannis Phokas, the first Greek believed to have visited Canada, arrived over four hundred years...

A home fit for stolen treasures

Acropolis museum displays antiquities in modern structure, but awaits the return of Elgin Marbles Athens is chockablock with museums and historical sites - after all...