The Greek War of Independence erupted into the the early nineteenth century as Europe was being shaken to its roots by riots in many nations.
Mani was the place where the Greek uprising against Ottoman rule actually started and not in Kalavryta on March 25th, 1821 - as is often believed.
The Philhellenism Museum in Athens presents the evolution of philhellenism from the Renaissance to the present day with an emphasis on its contribution to the War of Independence. The Museum supports classical education and the evolution of humanity on the...
Australia's Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has issued a message addressed to Greek Australians and Hellenes around the world in honour of Greek Independence Day. Morrison drew back on last year’s bicentenary celebrations when Australia’s landmarks were lit in blue and...
Valtetsi, an isolated Peloponnesian village surrounded by mountains, was an ideal hiding place for rebels in the Greek War of Independence
Philologist Adamantios Korais and Thomas Jefferson exchanged important correspondence during the Greek War of Independence.
Greek revolt until the War of Independence started as early as 1481, with Greeks taking arms against the Ottomans 123 times until 1821
The 1821 Greek Revolution came alive throughout the country on Saturday via the projection mapping technique for the 200-year anniversary