Ancient Greece Meets Anglicanism at London’s St. Pancras New Church
The St. Pancras New Church is a Greek Revival church in the Bloomsbury/St. Pancras neighborhood in London. Even though its name suggests otherwise, it was built between 1819 and 1922 and was designed by William Inwood and his son,...
King Charles III Meets With Ecumenical Patriarch in London
King Charles III met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Buckingham Palace in a half hour private meeting on October 25th. During their meeting, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew once again expressed his condolences for the death of the King's mother, Queen Elizabeth...
Protester Sets Himself on Fire During Tsitsipas Tennis Match
A protester set his arm on fire during a match between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Diego Schwartzman at the Laver Cup tennis tournament in London.
Biden Pays Final Respects to Queen Elizabeth; World Leaders Arrive for Funeral
US President Biden paid respects to Queen Elizabeth who died on September 8th, as dozens of world leaders arrive in London for the funeral on Monday. Biden has said the Queen reminded him of his mother. “She had that look, like...
Crowds Fill London Streets for Procession of Queen to Lie in State
Thousands lined up along the streets of London for the procession of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin to Westminster Hall, the home of the UK Parliament, to lie the queen in state. Crowds of mourners packed the streets between Buckingham Palace...
Greek Man in Roman-Era London Used Amulet to Ward Off Plague
A Greek inhabitant of the Roman city of Londinium, lived through the Antonine plague by wearing a scroll with a Greek prayer in the form of rhyming hexameters.
British Director Ken Loach Honored by Greek University
Ken Loach, the acclaimed filmmaker, twice the winner of the Palm D'Or at the Cannes film festival, has been honored by the Greek University of West Attica for his work known to raise awareness on social issues. Loach was awarded...
Greece Courts International Companies to Relocate Tax Residency
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis urged international companies to move their tax residency to Greece during his meetings in the City of London on Wednesday. Mitsotakis said that his government would be offering tax incentives for those who relocate to...
“Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom” Exhibition Opens in London
A new exhibition exploring science in ancient Greek society opens at London's Science museum on Wednesday, November 17. The exhibition, titled "Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom," combines ancient artifacts and objects to explore the role science played in ancient Greek...
The Greeks Making Millions Out of Trash in Waste Removal
Three Greek Cypriots based in London -- Aaron Marc Georgiou, Alexie Crassas, and Christos Yiannopoulos -- gave up their stable careers in the bustling city to turn people's trash into treasure with their waste removal business, called LITTA. LITTA, founded...