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Hamas Claims Israel Destroyed 200 Archaeological Sites

The Greek Orthodox Church of St. Porphyrius, believed to be the third oldest church in the world, is one of two hundred archaeological sites...

Six “Must Visit” Archaeological Sites Near Athens

Greece is full of some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, such as the Acropolis, Mycenae, and Knossos. There are so...

10 Must Visit Archaeological Sites in Cyprus

Cyprus carries a long history mirrored through archaeological sites scattered in between its cities and the countryside. From expansive ancient cities and the mysterious Neolithic...

Pets Now Allowed in More Than 120 Archaeological Sites in Greece

Greece has decided to allow pets in more than 120 archaeological sites, under conditions, in a pilot program that excludes popular monuments such as...

The Top Archaeological Sites You Absolutely Must See in Greece

The 18th of April is the International Monuments and Sites Day, and these are the top Greek archaeological sites you must visit! However, with a...

Greece Opens Acropolis, Other Archaeological Sites

Greece reopened the Acropolis in Athens and other ancient sites nationwide as the country is getting prepared for the tourism season.

Free Internet at Museums, Archaeological Sites in Greece

Access to high-speed internet at museums and archaeological sites in Greece will soon become a reality, thanks to a collaboration between the Greek Ministry...

The Great Walk of Athens Promises to Unify Archaeological Sites

The final plan for turning Vasilisis Olgas Avenue in central Athens into a completely pedestrian way was presented by the Municipality of Athens on...

Acropolis Reopens, Along With 200 Other Greek Archaeological Sites

A lone tourist was among the first to enter the archaeological site on the Acropolis on Monday, as authorities opened up more than 200...

Greece Set to Reopen Archaeological Sites, Museums Soon

Greece is to gradually open its ancient cultural heritage starting on May 18, when visitors will again be free to marvel at the Acropolis,...