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2011 Dedicated to Nobel Laureate Odysseus Elytis

2011 will be dedicated to the Nobel Laureate, Greek poet Odysseus Elytis.  It was announced today by the Board of the National Book Center...

Readers of Homer Literary Organization Hold All Night Event in NYC

The Readers of Homer is a literary organization.  The Readers returned to New York for a unique all night event held at the 92nd...

Int'l Tourism Exhibition Concludes in Thessaloniki

The 26th International Tourism Exhibition, i.e. PHILOXENIA and the 1st Hotel & Professional Equipment Exhibition, i.e. HOTELIA-EXPRO & CLEAN took place in Thessaloniki this past...

Spinalonga Island Reopens as Tourist Attraction!

The island of Spinalonga was a one-time leper colony. Its history[...]

Nike Monument Unveiled at Acropolis Museum

The Nike Monument erected in honour of the ancient military commander Callimachus after[...]

Large Black Protest Banner is Flying Over the… Acropolis!

A large black banner with the words ''No to lay-offs'' is flying over the Athens Acropolis this morning.  The banner is the result of...

Cavafy Honored with Museum in Plaka

One of the greatest poets of modern Greek Constantine P. Cavafy, will be honoured with a museum in Plaka, Athens. The building which will...

Union of Archaeologists Declare Thursday Strike

The union of archaeologists on Monday called a 24 hour nationwide strike for October 21st.  The union invited the country’s intellectual community to declare its opposition...

Acropolis reopens to public

The Acropolis reopened to the public at noon on Friday, after being barricaded for 2 1/2 days by protesting culture ministry employees. Entrance to the...

Acropolis closed for third day by protestors

The Acropolis archaeological site in Athens remained closed for a third consecutive day on Friday by protesting culture ministry contract employees demanding tenure and...