King Charles: The Monarch Who Loves Greece
King Charles III, whose coronation takes place today, May 6, is an admirer of Greece and a staunch Philhellene. His Majesty has visited Greece several times, the most recent being in March 2021, when he attended the bicentennial of the...
Lawrence Durrell’s Odyssey of Greek Islands a Travel Masterpiece
The Greek Islands by Lawrence Durrell remains one of the most exciting travel books. It is a launching place to learn about history, the islands and the people.
Rare Exhibition of Paintings by European Philhellenes Opens In Thessaloniki
A rare exhibition of paintings by 19th-century European Philhellenes opened at the Teloglion Fine Arts Foundation, Thessaloniki, on Thursday.
Greek Culture Through the Eyes of a Philhellene in Argentina
Bianca Pierce, a young woman from Argentina, is committed to keeping Greek culture alive in her country. By Bianca Pierce I think I have written and erased this text about three hundred times since it is difficult for me to put...
The Louvre Celebrates Greek Independence in Stunning New Exhibition
The Louvre, the second largest art museum in the world, is celebrating the bicentennial of the Greek War of Independence with an impressive new exhibition entitled "Paris-Athens, The Birth of Modern Greece, 1675–1919." The show, which opens at the end...
Robert McCabe’s Vanishing Mykonos
Visitors to Mykonos will have the opportunity to travel back in time for free at outdoor public spaces of the island during September and October thanks to Robert McCabe. On display as visitors enter Chora from the old port as...
Greece Bids Farewell to Former French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing
Former president of France Valery Giscard d'Estaing passed away on Wednesday at the age of 94, with Greece bidding farewell to a great philhellene and supporter. Giscard d'Estaing, who was the president of France from 1974 to 1981, had a...
30th Greek Festival of Sydney Honours the Philhellene Patrick Leigh Fermor (Paddy)
The 30th Greek Festival of Sydney proudly presents and honors Patrick Leigh Fermor, generally known as "Paddy". On April 4th at the Greek Orthodox Community Club, Anastastia Anastasiades is going to speak about this great Philhellene, who was an author and a soldier,...