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New Fire Erupts Near Athens as Blazes Rage on in Ilia, Evia

New fires have rekindled in Varympompi, north of Athens, on three fronts. The ominous developments occur just one day after the previous fire.

Raging Fires Spread Across Greece, Record High Temperatures

Fires are overtaking various regions of Greece as the country experiences record high temperatures. The blaze has caused evacuations 13 miles north of Athens near Tatoi, in Varympopi, Adames and Thrakomakedones, as well as in the southern Peloponnese region...

Historic Spitfire Lands in Greece After 68 Years

Greece welcomed on Thursday a historic Spitfire from the Hellenic Air Force which was last seen slicing through Greek skies 68 years ago.

Greece To Restore Historic Royal Carriages of Former Monarchs

Twelve royal horse carriages discovered at the premises of the famous Tatoi Palace in Athens in 2020 have been approved for restoration.

Greece to Turn Former Royal Palace into Museum, Luxury Hotel

the grounds of Greece's former royal palace, the Tatoi, will undergo a massive transformation soon. Greece is hoping to convert the stunning estate, which has been left abandoned for the past 50 years, into a hub of culture, history,...

Restoration of Greece's Tatoi Palace Unearths Dozens of Royal Heirlooms 

The ongoing restoration works that have been taking place in Greece's Tatoi Palace for a couple of months now have brought back to life some hidden historical treasures. Hundreds of objects of various sizes, all belonging to the former Royal...

Greece Restores Fleet of Vehicles Belonging to Former Royal Family

The luxurious vehicles which once belonged to Greece's former royal family are undergoing complete restoration as part of an ambitious Ministry of Culture project to revive the former summer palace in Tatoi, north of Athens. Minister of Culture and Sports,...

Long-Lost Carriage Used at Spanish Royal Wedding Discovered in Athens

At least four elegant horse-drawn carriages, among them one used during the wedding of Queen Sophia and King Juan Carlos of Spain at their Athens nuptials in 1962, have been discovered at the former royal estate of Tatoi in...

Greece's Tsitsipas Beats Poland's Hurkacz in Davis Cup; PM Mitsotakis Among Spectators

Greek tennis superstar Stefanos Tsitsipas triumphed over Poland's Hubert Hurkacz on Thursday at noontime during their Davis Cup match in Tatoi, Athens. The result of today's contest raises Greece's chances of securing a position in the second category of the...

Tatoi: The Glorious Past and Promising Future of Greece's Historic Palace

As Greece's new conservative government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis declared its intention to revive the famous Tatoi Palace and bring its glorious past back to life, many have been wondering what the story is behind this historic place, which shaped...