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Photos of The ‘Frosted’ Patriarch Bartholomew in the Snow

The Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew did not let the sub-zero temperature over the past few days interrupt his day as he...

Explore the Stunning and Pristinely Preserved Ancient Greek Ruins of Sicily!

One of the best places on the planet to see pristinely preserved ancient Greek ruins is Sicily. The island is dotted with Greek ruins...

Thessaloniki Band Performs Southern Italian Folk Music Influenced With Archaeo-Greek Dialect [video]

In 2015, a group of musicians came together thanks to their love of southern Italian folk songs with archaeo-Greek dialect influences and started performing interpreted...

Market Data Shows Italians are Crazy About Greek Yogurt

  The traditional Greek-style yogurt has made a splash in many European markets, according to official data which states that yogurt is Greece's eighth biggest...

How Istanbul’s Historical Churches Celebrate Christmas

Istanbul is home to over 200 active churches according to a 2000 census, and this holiday season they are celebrating Christmas with the traditional...

Imvros to Have Greek Kindergarten Open in 2017

Three Greek five-year-olds on the Aegean island of Imvros, or Gökçeada in Turkish, are going to get the chance to go to a Greek...

Berlin, the City With Unexpected Greek Flair!

There are many interesting things to do while in Berlin, Germany, and it might surprise you that much of the sights you are about...

Two Greek Humanitarian Projects on the Shortlist for the 2016 European Civil Society Migration...

On December 15 the winners of the eighth European Civil Society Prize on Migration will be announced and this year's shortlist of nominees includes...

‘Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greeks’ Exhibition in Moscow Displays Ancient Treasures

A bronze medal depicting a 2nd century BC bust of Athena Promachos is currently on display in the Gods and Heroes of Ancient Greeks...

Greek To Be Taught as Foreign Language in Russian Schools Starting January 1, 2017

According to sources, the Russian Minister of Education, Olga Vasilieva recently signed and approved the Greek language into the curriculum of Russian schools. Starting January...