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An essence of the sea

The sea has fascinated imagination since the beginning of human time. The sea figures significantly in the belief systems of cultures. Perhaps part of...

87 Greek Olive Oils Awarded at New Competition in Canada

By: Lisa Radinovsky In its inaugural year, the Canada International Olive Oil Competition (IOOC) attracted 411 extra virgin olive oils and flavored olive oils from...

Savoring windmills in Greece

Of all the treasures in the fabled land of Greece red flags are rarely raised on the subject of saving utilitarian windmills. Yet the...

Greece in the Culinary Olympics!

Greece's participation in the Culinary Olympics of Russia, last week, won the intense interest of the Russian public in the internationally renowned Greek Mediterranean...

GREECE: The best luxury tourism destination!

Greece received another international tourist distinction in September, this time from the particularly important German market. Specifically, our country was voted the best travel destination...

Honey: by appointment to Olympus

“Something new... honey ... perfumed with a flavor that drove the senses wild with pleasure. It seemed to Hera that when she took a...

Tarpon Springs Greek pride

Fifty-two young men of Tarpon Springs, Florida, identically clad in white T-shirt and shorts, had just sprung from boats into Spring Bayou. Following age-old...

Ten innovative Greek lodgings

The term lodgings denote more than one style of accommodation, and innovative is an artistic expression. Whether on business travel or a road trip...

Greece’s Peloponnese Prepares for a Dynamic 2021 Tourist Season

"We are reaching the end of this pandemic. The Peloponnese Region, respecting all health protocols, welcomes visitors/tourists,” explained Kanella Karampela, Clinical Psychologist, MSC, Ph.D.,...

Fort Roupel: Crossing a border

Fort Roupel, 1914, was in early planning stages along the mountainous border between Greece and Bulgaria when World War I erupted. In the mid-1930’s...

Tripping over history in Thessaloniki

“In Thessaloniki, we live our history.” Sofia Bournatzi Of course, that statement could almost be a cliché if it wasn’t applied to Thessaloniki. It has...

Memories of Armenia: St. Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral, Yerevan

I visited the Holy Land of the first Christians in a pilgrimage of the Holy Martyrs Church before the pandemic and Nov. 2020 Artsakh...

Ο Ντίνος the aromas of Tinos

Gianakis Bay gleamed in the afternoon sun on Tinos Island as I entered the bay front Ο Ντίνος Taverna. As is so common in...

Life in the L.A. of Greece, Leonidio Arkadias, during the Pandemic

Special to the Hellenic News of America The many daily activities that Greek citizens have enjoyed, such as dining and travel, have come to a...

Teotihuacán shrouded by the mist of time

Teotihuacán elicits gasps upon first seeing the towering Pyramid of the Sun at the entrance to this legendary UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then reality...

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