The Athens Grande Bretagne Hotel is Entwined With Greek History
The historic Grande Bretagne Hotel was built less than fifty years after Greece won its independence and the modern Greek State was beginning to take form. It was built across the King's Palace and now stands across the Greek Parliament...
May 1st Marks 43rd Anniversary of Death of Anti-Junta Hero Panagoulis
May 1, 2019 marks the forty-third anniversary of Alexandros Panagoulis' death on the first of May in 1976 in Athens. Panagoulis became well-known for his brave struggle against the military dictatorship which ravaged Greece and its society for nearly seven years,...
Polytechneio Uprising Anniversary Continues to Be an Anti-American Celebration
The mayor of Kaisariani, a neighborhood in Athens, announced that U.S. President Barack Obama is persona non grata in Athens. No surprise there, as the mayor is a member of the Greek Communist Party (KKE). Worse though, the national...