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New York State Declares March "Greek History Month" (video)

The New York State Senate recently adopted a resolution recognizing March as "Greek History Month" in honor of Greek Independence Day. The resolution, put forward...

Pontians Celebrate in 13th Pan-Hellenic Festival of Pontian Dances (video)

The 13th Pan-Hellenic Festival of Pontian Dances; organized by the Pan-Pontian Federation of Greece and the Association of Pontian Societies of Southern Greece and...

195 Years Since the First Greek Newspaper Publication

August 1 marks the 195th anniversary since the first Greek newspaper “Elliniki Salpinx” was published in Kalamata by Theoklitos Farmakidis. The newspaper was published...

The Real March 25th and Greece's Liberation Is Not Like We Know It [video]

For us Greeks, March 25, 1821 is a date that fills us with national pride. It marks our liberation from Ottoman rule and the...

The Great Powers Were Afraid of the 1821 Greek Revolution

The Great Powers of Europe are currently stressing over the shift in Greek negotiations or a possible Grexit that will have negative results for all...

Spyros Louis Silver Olympic Cup Exhibited in Lausanne

The silver cup awarded to Spyros Louis, the first Marathon Winner at the inaugural Modern Olympic Games in Athens in 1896, is exhibited at...

Academy of Athens Library Presents Its Treasures

A book stabbed by Emmanuel Rhoides in a fit of anger, letters of Eleftherios Venizelos and Dionysios Solomos, the first edition of the “Hymn...

Movies About the 1821 Greek War of Independence

On the 25th of March 1821 when Germanos III of Old Patras gave the speech about “Eleftheria I Thanatos” (Freedom or Death), the Greek...

Tragic End of 1821's Greek Heroes

The Greek War of Independence commenced in 1821 and waged until 1832 when the Greek free state was finally established under the blessings and...

Monument of Hero Theodoros Kolokotronis in Nafplio Vandalized

Unidentified individuals tried to vandalize and steal parts of the monument of the hero Theodoros Kolokotronis, that is located in Nafplio. Earlier in the...