Greek Inventor Creates Anti-drone System Called Minotaur
A Greek inventor in Larissa claims to have created an anti-drone system that would destroy Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's). Kostas Soukos named his creation "Minotaur" after the ancient Greek mythical creature portrayed with the head and tail of a bull...
Top Mythological Sites in Greece
There is something about Greece that sets it apart from many other holiday destinations across the globe; its mythological sites.
The Most Famous Creatures from Greek Mythology
There are many stories in Greek mythology as well as creatures, which are supernatural beings, by powers and abilities, mostly immortal. These strange and sometimes terrifying creatures were used according to Greek mythology by the gods. They were sent to protect someone or something or simply to cause fear.
Four Ancient Greek Mysteries Which Spark Controversy To This Day
Ancient Greece is known across the globe for its vast contributions to the very foundations of our modern world. Western ideals, sometimes taken for granted, such as Democratic rule and that which is today recognized as basic human rights—freedom of...
Greece’s Top Mythological Sites That You Can Still Visit
By Cliff Blaylock The heart of the Mediterranean, Greece is blessed with many beautiful islands scattered about its coastlines. They often have glorious sandy beaches, fine cuisine and five-star resorts, but there is something about the Greek islands that sets...
President Pavlopoulos: 'We Have to Exterminate the Minotaur of Neoliberalism'
Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos used the myth of the Minotaur and its labyrinth to describe the state of the international economy in a speech during a ceremony awarding him an honorary doctor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. “European legal...