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Ancient Greek Mathematical Formula Reveals Cutest Dog Breeds

An ancient Greek formula, known as the Golden Ratio, that was used to identify "physical perfection" was recently adopted by pet experts to identify...

The History and Tradition of Arranged Marriages in Greece

Matchmaking, the practice of putting two people together in marriage, has existed across many cultures of the world, Greece included.

The Mystery of the Sentinelese: The Stone Age People Killing Outsiders

The Sentinelese people, residing on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, are a stone age tribe that has inhabited the island for an...

Gold Treasure Remains Unclaimed 150 Years After Ship Sinking

An estimated 4,000 ounces of gold believed to be on board a ship that sank off of the British Columbia coast in 1875 remains...

Barbarian Invasions in Central Greece During the Byzantine Era

Barbarian invasions in Greece during the Byzantine era were common, with mostly Albanian and Slav tribes settling in the fertile plains of Thessaly

Tons of Dead Fish Mysteriously Wash Ashore in Japan

Mystery surrounds the phenomenon of tons of dead fish that were washed up on a beach in northern Japan last week. Sardines and mackerel were...

Greece Celebrates the Real Santa Claus, Saint Nicholas

Greece celebrates Saint Nicholas, who, according to the Christian Orthodox faith, is the predecessor of Santa Claus, on December 6th. The omnipresent, joyous, white-bearded man...

A Walk Through Crete, Birthplace of the Minoans

The only way to truly appreciate the beauty and majesty of the landscape of Crete is to walk through it. There are more walking...

Poveglia: Probably the Most Haunted Place in the World

In northern Italy lies the Venetian Lagoon, and nestled between the islands of Venice and Lido is the island of Poveglia, commonly known as...

Kythera Sea Salt Gaining Popularity Due to Health Benefits

The natural sea salt that comes from the Greek island of Kythera, once considered an exclusive delicacy, is now gaining renewed attention for its...