Greece
Calamos Supports GreeceCalamos Supports Greece

Culture

Europe Day: Culture Minister 'Dumps' 100 Refugees at Acropolis (Pictures)

Greek Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas took a hundred refugees to the Parthenon, welcoming them as his guests in the framework of events celebrating Europe Day (May 9), an annual EU event of peace and unity to acknowledge the establishment...

Europe Day: 100 Refugees Tour Acropolis With Greek Minister

Greek Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas will guide a hundred refugees around the ancient site of the Acropolis. The refugees - mainly families from hospitality centers of Eleonas, Athens center, and Schistos, Piraeus - will be the minister's guests in...

Cyprus and Bulgaria to Further Enhance their Cultural Cooperation

Further enhancement of the regional cooperation in the fields of culture and development was discussed and joint actions have been agreed between Cyprus and Bulgaria. The two countries decided on Friday to include a Cypriot cultural week in Bulgaria...

The Complete (Greek) Guide to Travel in Istanbul

Istanbul is a great city to experience, but for Greeks it has a special meaning as the Byzantine and Greek foundations of what was once the known world’s largest metropolis can be seen everywhere.

5+1 Must See Hotspots in Chalkida, Greece

Chalkida, the capital of Euboea Island in Greece provides an island paradise close to Athens that is perfect for a Greek summer getaway, without breaking the bank.

Video: Dancing Tango Under the Full Moon at the Acropolis Museum

In the historic center of Athens the Acropolis Museum welcomed this August’s full moon on Saturday, August 29, with a special Tango event under the Parthenon. The musical journey started at 8:30 pm and lasted a bit past its scheduled 11:30...

Young Artists Festival 2014 in Samos

The Greek island of Samos is hosting the Young Artists Festival for the fifth consecutive year. The week-long festival aims to bring together young artists from around the world and help them understand the cultural differences between all folk,...

Athens Archaeological Museum Music and Theater Nights

From the 16th to the 24th of July, the Athens municipality is organizing nights of music, theater, cinema, shadow theater and dance. The effort is a collaboration of the National Archaeological Museum and the Athens Culture, Youth and Sports Organization (OPANDA)....

“Nautilus: Navigating Greece” Exhibition Opens in Brussels

The exhibition "Nautilius: Navigating Greece" has opened at the Musée des Beaux Arts (Βozar) in Brussels, Belgium. On display until the end of April, the exhibition examines the "intimate relationship between the Greeks and the Mediterranean Sea trough the ages." By...

Greek Student’s Crisis Work Wins Venice Art Competition

A student of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki has been awarded the Arte Laguna Prize at the OPEN International Contemporary Art Exhibition in Venice, Italy. Yiorgos Gerontidis will now participate in the upcoming Venice Exhibition in October, where artists...