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Sunday, April 11, 2021

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Greece

Tripping over Greece: Naxos

Greece’s long and turbulent civilization lay scattered throughout the country. It’s as easy to stumble across millenniums old remnants of everyday life in the...

Erdogan’s picnic at Varosha

By Andreas Theophanous* It was not the first time that Erdogan visited the occupied northern part of Cyprus to celebrate the anniversary of the “independence”...

Memories of Greece: Agia Marina, Aegina

Aegina is an easy island to the Athens mainland to go. A sandy beach is what tourists dream of. Before the 2020 pandemic, I...

Greece’s seasons in 2020: Winter, lockdown 1, summer, lockdown 2

Undoubtedly the year 2020 is one of those years that no one will ever forget as it was defined by a pandemic that shifted...

Kyriakos Maridakis, president of the Hellenic-Israeli Union promotes unique initiative to strengthen cultural relations

Greece and Israel are two historical countries with a common history, culture, principles, and values Greece and Israel celebrate 30 years of diplomatic relations President of...

Can the stalemate over Cyprus be overcome?

By Andreas Theophanous, University of Nicosia Following the elections in the occupied northern part of Cyprus, the new Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar has adopted...

How To Avoid Inheritance Tax In Greece For Foreign Joint Bank Accounts

The basic rule in Greek law is that if a deceased has a left a single – name bank account, (in the name of...

This September, You’ll Have a Chance to Connect Online at the Virtual Hermes Expo

The Hermes Expo, one of the greatest business networking opportunities for the Greek-American and Philhellenic business communities is going virtual. The first-ever Virtual Hermes Expo...

Greeks of the Diaspora are looking to register marriage in Greece

A Greek expatriate lives in Australia. He was born in Greece, moved to Australia at a young age and settled there. He is of...

How to get Greek Citizenship through my Greek-born parent

 By Christos Iliopoulos "My mother was born in Greece and I would like to know if and how I could obtain the Greek citizenship, which...

Marathia on Tinos: traditional or avant garde?

Marathia Restaurant on Tinos Island aptly proves the superlatives you have heard on the creativity of Greek cuisine and the uncompromising beauty of Cyclades...

My parents own property in Greece

My parents own property in Greece, but I do not know if they have the right documents to prove their property rights. Also, I...

The destruction of civilization, the other side of the Conqueror and conquest

By Ioannis Mpaltzois There are more mosques in Turkey than there are schools. To the existing 84,684 mosques, one more was added. Hagia Sophia became...

My parents own property in Greece

My parents own property in Greece, but I do not know if they have the right documents to prove their property rights. Also, I...

Pomegranate, Ermioni, youth intertwined

"Surely Love is a wonderful thing. Pearls and pomegranate cannot buy it...” ~ Oscar Wilde It’s appropriate that an ancient fruit should have a close...

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The Hospitality Industry: Will Government Kill the Industry Before COVID Finished the Job?

Primerus Employment Seminar  Wednesday, April 14, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET   Needless to say, the Hospitality Industry has suffered the brunt of the pandemic restrictions....

50 παρά δυο αφηγήματα για την Πελοπόννησο εμπνευσμένα από την Ελληνική Επανάσταση

ΔΙΑΔΡΟΜΕΣ-1821, Μία δωρεάν εφαρμογή για ντόπιους, επισκέπτες και φίλους της Ιστορίας διαθέσιμη εδώ ​Επανάσταση του ’21 και Πελοπόννησος είναι άρρηκτα συνδεδεμένα.  Πράγμα διόλου τυχαίο λόγω της...

DIADROMES-1821, a new app highlighting stories about the Peloponennese inspired by the Greek War of Independence

50 minus two stories about the Peloponnese inspired by the Greek War of  Independence A free app for locals, travelers and history buffs available below  ​The...

57% Of Brides Don’t Love Their Wedding Rings, Here’s How To Make Sure Your Bride Does

According to a recent survey by David’s Bridal, 57% of women are not satisfied with their wedding rings. A great solution to this dilemma...

St. Photios National Shrine’s Greek-language Essay Contest Winner Emmanuel Lambrakis

Congratulations to the St. Photios National Shrine's Greek-language First Place Essay Contest winner Emmanuel Lambrakis of New York, NY, with an essay on Dr....