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The Zappeion: A Neoclassical Landmark in Athens

One hundred and thirty-two years ago, in October of 1888, Athens' iconic Zappeion Megaron first opened its doors to the public.

Greece, China Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties

The 50th anniversary of Greece-China diplomatic relations was celebrated with a special event, attended by hundreds on Thursday evening, at the Zappeion Hall in central Athens. The event was also held in celebration of the 73rd anniversary of the founding...

The Zappeion: A Neoclassical Landmark in Athens

One hundred and thirty-two years ago, in October of 1888, Athens' iconic Zappeion Megaron first opened its doors to the public.

Foreign Media Coverage of Greek Elections Wanes

International media show less interest in Greece's upcoming elections compared to the January 25 election this past year. Sunday's elections will mark the third time in eight months that Greeks are being sent to the polls. However, this time around the foreign media that have closely...

Foreign Journalists Flood Athens to Cover Greek Referendum

Greece is under the spotlight, receiving global interest in light of tomorrow's referendum. As expected tomorrow’s vote will be covered by hundreds of foreign news agencies. Foreign journalists flooded the Greek capital, most of them currently located in facilities set up...

"Race for the Cure" in Athens

The 'Race for the Cure' was held in Athens on Sunday to raise awareness for breast cancer. Several central roads were closed to traffic in the morning while the five-kilometre run and two-kilometre walk were underway. This was the sixth consecutive...

PASOK Enters Civil War Era

PASOK, the party that led the country for many years, has entered a civil war between those supporting former President and Prime Minister Giorgos Papandreou and those supporting current head of the Party, government Vice-President and Foreign Affairs Minister...