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My Dreams of the Antikythera Mechanism

The Antikythera Mechanism, widely believed to be the world's first computer, has puzzled scientists for decades. By Evaggelos Vallianatos I saw the fragments of the Antikythera...

King Otto, the Bavarian Who Longed for His ‘Beloved Greece’

King Otto, the Bavarian prince who ruled as King of Greece from May 27, 1832 until he was deposed on October 23, 1862, was...

The Greeks Who Introduced Souvlaki to China

Two friends from the Greek island of Chios Yannis Georgoulis and Danae Makris, left Greece several years ago with the unusual mission of opening...

Life for the Disabled in Greece a Constant Struggle

Disabled people in Greece face the challenge that the country was not designed for people in wheelchairs. Even before uneven streets and steps were...

The Greek-American CIA Spy Who Helped the Afghans Defeat the Soviet Invaders

Afghanistan's Taliban owe a lot to a Greek American CIA spy who ran the largest covert operation in the agency's history in arming the Mujahideen in the 1980s

Buying Property in Greece Made Easy

Greece's unique mix of natural beauty, history, and culture has established the country as a prime destination for buying property. Whether people search for opportunities...

Is “Mamma Mia” Returning to Greece for a Third Movie?

Fourteen years since the first Mamma Mia movie was filmed in Greece, star Colin Firth teased this week that he would return for a...

Majestic Neoclassical Buildings Of Syros, Greece Under Threat

Syros neoclassical buildings are in imminent danger of ruination, as a result of chronically unsuccessful preservation policies. Lengthy bureaucratic procedures and the lack of restoration...

Mekila: The Greek Tequila Made from Prickly Pears

Mekila, known as "the Greek tequila," is a drink proudly made on the Greek island of Amorgos courtesy of the many prickly pear cacti...

Feta vs. Halloumi: Battle of the Greek Cheeses

Halloumi and Feta may just be the most iconic food products from their respective countries of origin, Cyprus and Greece.