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European Union Cultural Heritage Label awarded at the archeological site of Nemea

The European Union Cultural Heritage Label is awarded at the archeological site of Nemea. The official award ceremony will take place on June 13...

Greek culture minister confirms Australian support for return of Parthenon Marbles

Greek Culture & Sports Minister Lina Mendoni, on tour in Australia, confirmed the country's support to Greece for the return of the Parthenon Marbles,...

PM Mitsotakis speaks with UNESCO director about damage of Hagia Sophia’s Imperial Gate

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis spoke with UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay on Thursday over the vandalism on the Imperial Gate of the historic...

Filmmaker, pioneering radio producer Roviros Manthoulis, 92, dies in Paris

Greek filmmaker, radio producer and poet Roviros Manthoulis, 92, passed away from Covid-19 in Paris, it was reported on Holy Thursday. Manthoulis was born in...

Greece through the first photographers’ eyes, an online exhibit by Piraeus Bank Group

An online photography exhibition on 19th-20th century photographers of Greece is available in Greek and English, the Cultural Foundation of the Piraeus Group (PIOP)...

World-acclaimed violinist Kavakos receives Greek Parliament’s gold medal

Internationally acclaimed violinist and conductor Leonidas Kavakos was decorated with the Hellenic Parliament’s Gold Medal by Parliament President Constantine Tassoulas on Tuesday. In an announcement,...

Johan Simons directs ‘Alcestis’ on July 1-2, opening the Epidaurus Festival program

The international premiere of Euripides' "Alcestis", directed by pioneering Dutch director and one of the founders of the Hollandia theater troupe Johan Simons, will...

‘Ancient Greek Cuisine: Back to the Future’ symposium at Yale University

'Ancient Greek Cuisine: Back to the Future' is the title of the symposium that will take place on April 19 and 20 at Yale...

‘John Craxton: A Greek Soul’ opens at Benaki Museum

A very special centenary touring exhibition, celebrating the life and work of the Philhellene painter and designer John Craxton (1922-2009), is opening at the...

Louise Bourgeois’ sculpture ‘Maman’ at SNFCC park

Louise Bourgeois's monumental sculpture Maman (1999) is installed by Neon and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) and available to the Greek public...

Traditional singer Irini Konitopoulou-Legaki dies

One of the greatest singers of the traditional music of the Aegean islands, Irini Konitopoulou-Legaki, died on Tuesday at the age of 91. She was...

Survey shows 1821 revolution is a reference point for all Greeks

A survey on what contemporary Greeks think and know about the 1821 revolution, which led to the foundation of the modern Greek state, has...

THE REVOLUTION OF 1821 AND US(A)

By Prof. Aris Michopoulos Last year we celebrated the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution and we learned a lot about the many aspects of this...

‘Weather Engines’ opening at Onassis Stegi and NOA in April

What kind of climate do we want to live in? If people can affect the climate, can weather be a human construct? These and...

Parthenon frieze pieces brought together, explained on upgraded site

An upgraded application by the National Documentation Center (EKT), the Acropolis Museum, and the Service for Acropolis Monuments Conservation at the Ministry of Culture...

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