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Ready to Go? Greek Island Will Pay You to Live There

A joint plan drawn up by the Metropolitan Bishop of Kythera and Monemvasia along with the local council of the small island of Antikythera,...

Ancient Greek Technology Museum Candidate for European Museum of the Year

The Costas Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology in Athens was nominated as the  "European Museum of 2019" by the European Museum Forum (EMF) on...

Spink to Auction George Cassim Collection of Modern Greek Coins and Banknotes

On April 27, the George Cassim Collection of Modern Greek Coins and Banknotes will go to auction while on April 28, his vast collection...

Herakleidon Museum's Exhibition Casts Focus on Greek Seafaring, Shipbuilding and Maritime Tradition

The Herakleidon Museum is showcasing a history of maritime voyages, achievements in naval architecture and technological developments in its latest exhibition titled "Voyage -...

Piraeus Port's Ancient Ietonian Gate to be Upgraded

The archaeological site of the Ietionian Gate in Piraeus will be upgraded and is expected to be ready to open to the public in...

Modern Technology Uncovers New Findings: Ancient Greek Analog Computer was a Textbook of Astronomy

Although the artifact was recovered back in 1901, new technological advances have helped archaeologists learn even more about an ancient Greek analog computer that...

Greece's Less Popular Islands Still Alluring

The Greek islands have long been a symbol of beauty, sunny summer vacations and relaxation. With more than 3,000 islands in total and only...

Archaeologists Revisit Ancient Greek Computer Wreck Site

A new search has begun at a Greek island where an ancient device known as the world's "oldest computer" was found more than over...

Athens in August: 6 Things One Would Love to Do

ATHENS - August brings to mind crowded beaches and watermelon milkshakes or cocktails on some Greek island, but surely, this month does not even...

”Science and Technology in Ancient Greece” Exhibition Opens June 8th, Alexandria

The Department of Alexandria organized a conference and exhibition on ''Science and Technology in Ancient Greece'', on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at 19:00. The Associate...