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Lina Mendoni

Ancient Messene Suffers Little Damage; Fire Reveals More of City Wall

Damage to Ancient Messene's site from a fire last Monday that led to the evacuation of four villages was minimal, according to an on-site inspection carried out by the Greek Ministry of Culture. There are no damages, except for soot...

Monemvasia Restoration Project

Monemvasia's unconquered Upper Town which hosted nobles and aristocrats during the Medieval period, is now ruined, dilapidated and covered with vegetation. However, the town is about to regain its lost glory after the restoration works that started recently. According to the...

Exhibit from Ancient Greece

On the forefront of the European elections, the presidents of Greece and Italy decided that this is the right moment to inaugurate a show with the clear political message title “Classicism and Europe, the Destiny of Greece and Italy.”...

Pyrgos Archeological Museum Ready in July

The countdown to the grant opening of the Archeological Museum of Pyrgos has started and the museum is expected to be ready by mid July. On May 2, the Deputy Minister of Education and Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports,...

National Art Gallery Closes for Renovation

According to the project directors, the National Art Gallery of Athens is to close for major renovations on March 4, and is scheduled to reopen by Christmas 2015. The new gallery will include an additional 11,040 square meters. Other changes...

Cyprus Hosts Mediterranean Archaeology Seminar

The Anastasios G. Leventis Foundation will host an international symposium in Nicosia to discuss  the protection of cultural and archaeological heritage of the Mediterranean region. The main purpose is to present,evaluate and review the effectiveness of the existing legislation for...