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Greek Islands Come to UN Headquarters in New York

A photography and video exhibition focusing on the architecture and biodiversity of the Greek islands is taking place at the United Nations. It was officially opened on Monday by Alternate Environment and Energy Minister Sokratis Famellos and is taking place on...

CNN Presents Nine Greek Islands

CNN published a long article on August 16, entitled “Which Greek island should you go to?” presenting in detail nine Greek islands and giving information on where to stay and where to eat. According to CNN, the number of 1,400...

Greek Islands are Hard to Get, According to the Wall Street Journal

“Now could be the right time put your stamp on a chunk of Greek arcadia. But beware your island dreams don't get submerged in a sea of red tape”. That’s how a Wall Street Journal article concerning Greek islands on...

Photographs Of Greek Islands And Cyprus On Display At ‘Just Us Chickens’ Gallery in Maine

Documentary photographer and educator Audrey Gottlieb will have her photographs of the Greek Islands and Cyprus on display at Just Us Chickens Gallery for the month of March. Audrey studied at the School of Visual Arts and ICP in...

Greek Islands For Sale As a Result of Greek Debt

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the Greek government is planning to sell some islands and other luxury properties to reduce the country’s debt. The only problem is that the government does not know the islands’ owners. The majority of Greek...

Athens and Greek islands educational fam trip sponsored by the Hellenic American Chamber of Tourism

Hellenic Cruises Corp, Greek Hotels and Cruise Reservations Center sponsored by the Hellenic American Chamber of Tourism would like to announce the second Fam Trip for 2010. The “Athens and Greek Islands Educational Fam Trip” is an 8 day...

Negotiations Move Forward for Selling of Greek Ports and Islands

Bloomberg News reveals that senior managers of Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund met in New York  with American billionaires to negotiate the sale of Greek ports or islands. “Earlier this week, HRADF Senior managers held a meeting with billionaire hedge-fund...

Greek Cookbook Offers Taste of Ionian Islands

It's no secret that the Mediterranean diet is considered one of the healthiest in the world, and that Greece has one of the most tasteful and flavorful cuisines for food lovers to enjoy. A recently published cookbook, Prospero's Kitchen:...

Revolutionary White Paint Could Cool Greek Island Buildings Better than AC

A revolutionary new ultra-white paint developed at Purdue University could possibly replace air conditioning one day.

New Orleans: America’s First Greek Community

The first Orthodox Church in the US was established in New Orleans in 1864, built in 1866, by Greek merchants. 

Iconic “Greek Slave” Statue Depicts Orphaned Girl from Greece’s Psara

The "Greek Slave," represents the incredible but true story of a girl from Psara who was captured in the Greek War of Independence.

Chicago Greektown: The Heart of Hellenism in The Windy City

Chicago's Greektown, the dining and nightlife district on the city's Near West Side, is the undisputed cultural hub for the third-largest population of Greeks living in the USA. Greektown's bars and restaurants, serving some of the best Greek food in...

Greek-Americans: The Forgotten Heroes of the Balkan Wars

Thousands of Greek-Americans returned to their homeland in 1912-1913 to fight in the Balkan Wars. As many as one-third of all the men in the Greek Army during the Balkan Wars were Americanized Greeks who had left everything they...

Greek Photographer Wins Award with Stunning Images of New York’s Street Life

Greek photographer Dimitri Mellos won the 2021 Street Photography Award with his pictures capturing life in the streets of New York City

George Lycurgus: The Greek Who Ran a Hotel on a Hawaiian Volcano

George Lycurgus created the Sans Souci Hotel and later ran the Volcano House Hotel on the edge of the Kilaeua volcano.