Dozens of Greek Honey, Olive Oil Producers Take Awards in London

A total of fifty-seven olive oil and honey producers in Greece were presented with awards at two prestigious international competitions, it was announced on...

Londoners Ready to Taste ”Baklava Wine” from The Clumsies Bar in Athens

The famous Athenian bar ''The Clumsies'' is ready to captivate Londoners this week by serving some of its most well-known drinks, among which is...

Archaeologists Express Concerns Over Future of Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

The association of Greek archaeologists sent a letter recently to the Greek and Turkish ministries of culture as well as to the Greek branch...

The Hellenic Initiative’s London Gala Raises Funds for Greece

A sold-out crowd of more than 400 international guests attended the Hellenic Initiative's (THI) Fourth Annual Gala, which was held last week at the...

Turkey’s Erdogan Hails the 1453 Fall of Constantinople

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan celebrated the 556th anniversary of the fall of Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul) to Ottoman Turk forces on May 29, 1453. In...

Historic Soumela Monastery in Pontus Reopens

The historic Panagia Soumela Monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary and located in Trabzon in the Black Sea is to reopen its doors to...

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Leads This Year’s ”March of The Living”

The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople and New Rome, Bartholomew I and Greece’s Speaker of the House Nikolaos Voutsis led this year's thirty-first ”March of...

Thousands Honor Greek Victims of the Holocaust in ”March of The Living”

The 31st ''March of the Living'' taking place in Poland on Thursday, honors the thousands of Greek citizens who died in Nazi Germany's concentration...

European Songwriters Accuse Greek Government of Mishandling Music Rights

The European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ECSA) urged recently the European Commission to intervene and stop the Greek government’s initiatives to restructure the national...

Ancient Greeks Were Britain’s First Farmers

People from ancient Greece and the Aegean Sea region were the first farmers in Britain, according to a new genetic study published in the...