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Lord Byrons' "Curse of Minerva" was almost prophetic of a potential UK break up

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You may wonder what is the connection between the referendum for Scotland's Independent with Lord Elgin and Lord Byron, but the answer lies in...

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Archaeologists have unearthed the glorious amphitheater of the ancient Greek city of Magarsos (currently named Kataras) in Turkey. The ancient theater is located in the southern province...

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Greek bartender Thanasis Kouziokas won the fourth Gin Mare Mediterranean Inspirations cocktail competition. The bartender of Groove Cocktail Bar in Greece won eight international competitors at...

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Turkish Education Ministry prevented the opening of Imbros' Greek school on the grounds that the building was not "ready to operate" in the upcoming school year, started...

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The Turkish government is seeking an investor for a ghost-village once inhabited by Greek population. Greek village Levissi, now called Kayaköy, located on the Turkish coast across the Greek...

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The temple of Egyptian god Serapis, which was discovered in the ancient Greek city of Ephesus, Turkey, will be restored to its original condition. It is...

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The referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country is a burning issue in the United Kingdom and Europe. A possible "yes" to the question "Do you think...

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Greek director Ioli Andreadi participates for the third time in the international theatrical workshop "World Wide Lab" that takes place from September 15 to...

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A month before her 80th birthday, Nana Mouskouri, one of the most famous Greek singers worldwide, announced that she would be returning to the stage for...

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A 45 centimeter long, 25 wide and 7.5 deep silver reliquary, owned by the Greek orthodox church in Rotterdam, was stolen on Saturday afternoon. According to...