Mainland Greece is undoubtedly the top destination for those who are drawn to ancient ruins and other symbolic places of Greek classicism.
As the Olympics get underway, what would the man who founded the modern Olympic movement think? Pierre de Coubertin's vision of the Olympics as a tool of peace and faith in youth still resonates.
Bribery, cheating, doping, and overall corruption have often tarnished the image of the Olympic Games in the past few decades.
The discovery of the helmet of Miltiades is one of the most important archaeological finds in history.
The statue of Hermes and the Infant Dionysus was discovered on 1877 but its influential presence makes it a timeless piece of Hellenism.
The Olympic Games of the modern era were founded in 1894 when Pierre Freddy, Baron de Coubertín decided to promote an international agreement through a sports competition.
Greece will lead in the opening ceremony in the upcoming 2021 Olympics in Tokyo, bringing back the question: Why Greece?
A document in the US National Archives reveals the damage caused to Greek antiquities during Germany's occupation of the country 1941-1944.