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Famous celebrities enjoying their Greek vaycay this summer

Every year famous celebrities make their way to the Greek islands for sun, sea and relaxation. This year is no exception. Among the many visitors to Santorini this year was …

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Rare exhibition on Picasso and antiquity opens at Museum of Cycladic Art

A rare and original exhibition entitled ‘Picasso and Antiquity. Line and Clay’ has just opened at the Museum of Cycladic Art. Curated by Professor Nikolaos C. Stampolidis, Director of the …

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Six summer festivals worth travelling to Greece for

Every year, Greece hosts a plethora of small and large festivals attracting people from all around the world. The festivals, covering a variety of themes, offer an ideal opportunity to …

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Janiszewski and Alexakis head to Athens to give lecture on Hellenic presence in Australia

Sydney-based historian Leonard Janiszewski and photographer Effy Alexakis are heading to Athens this month to give a lecture on the depth and diversity of Australia’s Greek presence. Invited by Australian …

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World’s first Lost Atlantis Museum opens its doors on Santorini

Heading to Santorini? There’s one more thing to add to your must see list – the Lost Atlantis Experience Museum. A private initiative located near the village of Megalohori, it …

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Patras seemed like Monte Carlo as Ferraris roared around town

Ferraris roared around the streets of Patras over the weekend for the 9th Patras Motor Show, much to the surprise of residents. The 40 Ferraris from all across Europe came …

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PETA activists protest against mistreatment of Santorini’s donkeys

Animal rights activists in the United States held a rally outside the building of the Greek Embassy in Washington. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) staged the …

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Documentary ‘Mykonos: The Other Side’ to make Foxtel debut

Australian audiences are getting the chance to explore an often unseen side of Mykonos from the comfort of their homes this month. Award-winning documentary ‘Mykonos: The Other Side’ by Greek …

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Magnitude 4.1 earthquake shakes central Greece

Overnight central Greece has been shaken by an earthquake measuring 4.1. The earthquake, which was reportedly felt in parts of Athens, struck at 12.54 am on Thursday in Elateia. The …

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Daphne and Delos to get restoration funding

A total of 13 million euros has been benchmarked for the protection and promotion of important antiquities listed by UNESCO under the EU’s National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF). Two Greek …