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New Archaeological Findings of Apollo Sanctuary on Greek Island

New excavation work at an Archaic sanctuary site on an Aegean Sea islet unearthed important findings about its size and organization, Greece's Culture Ministry announced on Wednesday. Excavations on the small uninhabited islet of Despotiko --located off the popular island...

Full Moon Concert in Delos on August 1

When the sun sets on Saturday, August 1, something magical will happen. A Full Moon Concert will begin at 9:00 pm on the largest archaeological site in Europe - the Greek island of Delos. Singer Fotini Darra will perform with...

French Digital Artists Breathe Life Into God Apollo

The astonishing project of French BK I Digital Art Company, "Golem x Apollo," has recently brought the disembodied head of ancient Greek god Apollo to life, marking the beginning of a new era for art museum exhibits in the near future....

Small Underwater Town Found Off Delos in the Aegean

Remains of an ancient town were discovered on the bottom of the Aegean Sea off the island of Delos, according to a Ministry of Culture announcement. The ruins of an ancient pottery workshop prompted archaeologists to say that this was...

Despotiko: The Small Island Soon to Become an Open Museum

The small island of Despotiko, west of Antiparos in the Cyclades, will soon be an open museum, rich with archaeological findings. The Ministry of Culture is planning to make Despotiko an archaeological site that will be open to the public,...

Ancient Greek Oracles and Prophecies

Man’s desire to know what the future holds is nothing new or out of the ordinary. In ancient times, the need to know what is to come can be best exhibited by exploring methods in which the Greeks created...

New Gaultier Fragrance Inspired By Greece

The fact that Jean Paul Gaultier loves Greece is short of a given, as he used to own a home there and visits Athens and the Greek islands at every chance. Gautier is now spreading the word and shows...

Attikon: The Death of a Cultural Icon

ATHENS – As Greeks awoke on Feb. 13 after a night of violence and arson that destroyed 45 businesses in the capital city, they saw nothing was left of one of its most historic venues, the Neo-Classical building that...