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Catalca: The Town in Turkey Where They Speak Greek

There is a place in the Istanbul rural district where one can often hear Greek spoken on the street, with a definite northern Greece...
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Turkey Uses Hagia Sophia as Mosque for Islamic Prayer Again

The Islamic call to prayer was heard in what was once the center of Orthodoxy, Hagia Sophia, on Monday, as a video calling the...

Medical Company Threatens to Sue Volunteers Who Printed Valves for Coronavirus Treatment

A medical device manufacturer has threatened to sue a group of volunteers in Italy who 3D-printed a $1 replica of a valve used for...

New Online Dictionary of Pontic Greek Dialect Launched

An online dictionary of Pontic dialect in Modern Greek and three other languages ​​is created by a Russian poet and Russian linguists, the Athens-Macedonian...

New 5.9-Magnitude Earthquake in Turkey Leaves 9 Dead, Dozens Trapped

At least eight people were killed and five others injured in eastern Turkey, when a 5.9-magnitude earthquake hit the border region with Iran on...

St Pancras New Church, London: Where Ancient Athens Meets Anglicanism

If you are a visitor to London and happen to be on Euston Road, chances are a magnificent building will attract your attention. It...

Magnificent Ancient Greek Mosaic Celebrates the Joy of Life

A magnificent Greek mosaic discovered in Hatay, Turkey continues to amaze archaeologists and historians who are attempting to ascertain the exact meaning of its...

What Lies Hidden Under Hagia Sophia?

The former Basilica of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul (Constantinople) is the undisputed symbolic center of the Greek Orthodox faith, hosting millions of visitors each...

The Greek Designer of the Iconic British Mini Car

The name Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, CBE, FRS, RDI may mean nothing to most Greeks today, but the English-Greek man had the distinction...

Scientists Find Ancient Greek Texts on Papyrus Burnt After Vesuvius Eruption

A group of European scientists has found a hidden ancient Greek text on the back of a papyrus that was burnt after the Vesuvius...