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Anti-authoritarians Disrupt Service at Orthodox Church of Gregory Palamas in Thessaloniki

According to the AP, a group of protesters said to be anarchists burst into and disrupted mass at the Greek Orthodox Church of Gregory...

Greek Deputy Migration Policy Minister Asks Athens Mayor's Help to House Migrants, Refugees

Greek Deputy Migration Policy Minister Tasia Christodoulopoulou received Athens mayor Giorgos Kaminis on Friday and asked for the municipality's assistance in providing food and shelter to refugees...

Greek Unions Call July 16 General Strike

After months of relative calm, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' uneasy coalition government is suddenly under siege for its plan to start firing thousands...

Petrol Bombs Thrown at Home of Govt Spokesman's Brother

Petrol bombs were thrown at the Athens home of the brother of Greece's government spokesman early on Sunday, causing minor damage but no...

Your Ultimate Summer Guide to Greek Island Hopping

There is plenty for everyone. Here is your definitive guide to enjoying and getting to know the islands of Greece for the summer of 2021.

Six Architectural Landmarks of Modern Athens Lost Forever

Some of Athens's architectural landmarks were destroyed in the post-World War II years to make way for modern buildings that epitomized the rapid economic...

The Ancient Greek Oracle of Delphi

The Oracle of Delphi has become a byword for prophecy, and many of the glories of Delphi's architecture and art have survived to this day.

The Glorious History of the Ancient Greek City of Antioch

Antioch on the Orontes, an ancient Greek city on the eastern side of the Orontes River, was one of the most glorious of all...

The Fascinating History of Syntagma Square in Athens

Syntagma Square is the most historic in Athens and the central point for visitors for sightseeing in the Greek capital

Ancient Greek City of Chersonesus in Crimea Founded 2,500 Years Ago

The UNESCO-listed city of Chersonesus (Greek: Χερσόνησος), located on the southwestern part of the Crimean peninsula—now part of Russia after its 2014 invasion of...