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Aussies From Kythera Push Tourism

Greeks from Kythera were the first to immigrate to Australia and in 1922 founded the Kytherian Brotherhood of Australia, known today as the Kytherian...

Greece's Less Popular Islands Still Alluring

The Greek islands have long been a symbol of beauty, sunny summer vacations and relaxation. With more than 3,000 islands in total and only...

Aegean Sea Exhibit Covers All

Aegean, the Birth of an Archipelago, an exhibition organized by the Science Center and Technology Museum NOESIS is going to be held in Thessaloniki. The...

Montreal Greek Film Festival Shines

This year’s Montreal Greek Film Festival was dedicated to the Italian community of Montreal, as apart from the Greek films, it aimed at promoting...

Bishop Serafim, Kytherians Visit Australia

The Bishop of Kythera and Andikythera, Serafim and the Mayor of the islands, Theodoros Koukoulis are visiting Australia. The Kytherian Brotherhood of Sidney and...

Montreal Greek Film Festival Offers Spice

The 4th Montreal Greek Film Festival will be held from Oct. 25- Nov.3, screening a variety of movies and documentaries at Cinema du...

Katakolo's Museum: Ancient Greece Ahead of its Time

The Ancient Greek Technology Museum of Kostas Kotsanas in Katakolo, Pyrgos, Greece, hosts the most comprehensive exhibition of its kind in the world, shedding...

Archaeologists Revisit Ancient Greek Computer Wreck Site

A new search has begun at a Greek island where an ancient device known as the world's "oldest computer" was found more than over...

Athens in August: 6 Things One Would Love to Do

ATHENS - August brings to mind crowded beaches and watermelon milkshakes or cocktails on some Greek island, but surely, this month does not even...

WSU Dean Links Greek Ancient Wonder to Computers of the Modern Age

David Ferro's mission, if he chose to accept it, was to link the Antikythera mechanism, a calculator constructed in about 100 B.C., to the...