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Getting to Know Warsaw’s “Filoksenia”

Welcome to Warsaw, Poland -- where history and modern times collide in a beautiful display of buildings, museums and art! Warsaw is one of...

Experience Greece at Dublin’s Greek Business and Arts Festival

The Hellenic Community of Ireland invites the public to the Third Annual Greek Business and Arts Festival in Dublin, which will take place on February...

Visiting the Historical City of Budapest, with a Greek Twist

Budapest is without a doubt one of Europe's most spectacularly beautiful cities. Here, you will find the past and the present blending in a...

Greek Scientist Leads Groundbreaking Breast Cancer Research

Greek scientist Dr. Antonis Antoniou, a professor in the field of cancer risk prediction and a lead researcher at the University of Cambridge, is...

Greek Doctor is Global Pioneer in Augmented-Reality Surgery (Video)

It's a little early to say now, but the story of this brilliant Greek-English surgeon might end up becoming one of the biggest stories...

Gene Discovery Led by Greek Scientist May Pave the Way for New Osteoarthritis Treatments

Osteoarthritis is a painful and degenerative disease and to date, there is no disease-modifying treatment available. However, thanks to a Greek native, Professor Eleftheria...

Calabrian Greek, a Language on the Brink of Extinction (Video)

There are two minority Greek languages officially recognized in Italy's south. Greko and Griko -- both spoken by the "Calabrian Greeks" -- are both...

The Breathtaking Ancient Greek Ruins of Italy (photos)

When you think about Italy and ruins, your mind's eye automatically brings up scenes of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. However, Italy is...

Lanthimos Film “The Favourite” Nominated for 12 BAFTA Awards

The 2019 BAFTA nominations were announced on Wednesday. Greek director, producer and screenwriter Yorgos Lanthimos' period film "The Favourite" is contending for awards in...

Forgotten Egyptian Wax Tablet Displayed for First Time in 40 Years

A forgotten wax tablet dating back to the second century A.D. will be on display for the first time in 40 years as part...