Athens' Last Ottoman Fountain Was Built by City's Tyrannical Ruler
A unique monument in Athens lies hidden in one of the gardens belonging to the capital's Agricultural University on Iera Odos (Sacred Road), the ancient track that connected Athens to Elefsis. After almost 400 years of Ottoman rule, the city...
Headstone from 400 B.C. Found in Kerameikos
A part of a marble headstone from 400 B.C. was discovered yesterday in the area of Kerameikos in Athens, near the Acropolis. The important antiquity was found during excavations by the German Arhaeological Institute at Athens in conjunction with...
Samos, the Island of Hera and Pythagoras
The beautiful Greek island of Samos lies in the heart of the Central Aegean, 1,200 meters from the shore of Asia Minor. With its diversity, green, rocky mountains and fertile plains, Samos is ready to offer some pretty unforgettable...