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Lina Mendoni

Greece Reveals New National Archaeological Museum Design

The National Archaeological Museum of Athens, one of the most important museums in the world devoted to ancient Greek art, will be expanded and revamped. The Ministry of Culture announced on Monday the winning entry for the New National Archaeological...

Historic Flower Shops of Athens’ Syntagma Square Restored

A long Athenian tradition is being reborn. The inauguration of the restored historic flower shops outside Parliament took place on Wednesday. The historic flower shops of Syntagma are being revived as part of a joint initiative of the Hellenic...

Ancient History of Piraeus Unearthed During Metro Construction

The ancient history of Piraeus was unearthed during the construction of the city's metro. Today, the decoration and architecture of the ''Dimotiko Theatro’' station is entirely inspired by water. Inside the underground station, the whole story of water unfolds...

Acropolis Museum President, Dimitris Pandermalis, Dies at 82

The president of the board of directors of the Acropolis Museum, Professor Dimitris Pandermalis, has died, according to an announcement issued by the culture ministry and the Acropolis Museum. The career of Dimitris Pandermalis is full of top achievements in...

The Kore of Thera: Ancient Greek Masterpiece Brought Out of Storage

The Kore of Thera, an exquisite female statue discovered twenty-two years ago on Santorini but kept in storage since then due to lack of space, will at last be displayed at the renovated local museum, the Greek Culture Ministry...

Amphipolis Tomb Could Open To Visitors By End of 2022

The impressive ancient Greek monument in Northern Greece known as the Amphipolis Tomb could open for visitors by the end of 2022.

Archaeological Museum of Polygyros, Chalkidiki in Full Operation After 12 Years

The archaeological museum of Chalkidiki in Polygyros, has reopened for visitors after 12 years, following a one-million-euro revamp.

Greece Makes 11 Historic Wrecks Accessible To Recreational Divers

11 historic wrecks have been declared accessible for recreational diving by Greece's Ministry of Culture and Sports

Fagan Fragment Permanently Restored On Parthenon’s Frieze

The Fagan fragment became the first repatriated fragment of the Parthenon sculptures to be restored on the Parthenon frieze.

Greece Marks International Museum Day with Free Admission

Greece celebrates International Museum Day by offering free admission to all museums and archaeological sites throughout the country.