Turkey’s Constitutional Court To Decide If Hagia Sophia Will Become A Mosque

The Constitutional Court of Turkey is due to decide on Thursday whether Hagia Sophia will be turned into a place of Muslim worship after an...

Pantelis and Alexandros Voulgaris to Open the Greek Filmclub in Düsseldorf with “The Last...

By Aspasia Zontanou Director Bernd Desinger, of the Filmmuseum Blackbox, was accompanied by Greek General Consul in Düsseldorf, Maria Papakonstantinou, to welcome the film “The...

Greek Grocer’s Account Book From the 1880’s on Display in Turkey’s Museum

A ledger that belonged to a Greek Grocer in Modern-day Turkey’s Mudania is being exhibited in Turkey’s Bursa Migration Museum. The 138 years-old book that...

British Historian Claims Elgin Marbles are Fakes

British historian Nigel Konstam has published a booklet arguing that many of the works stolen from the Parthenon by Lord Elgin in the 1800s...

Greek Park Inaugurated in Odessa with Officials and Syrtaki Dance (video)

Philanthropist Pantelis Boumbouras (left) with Odessa Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov  A Greek park to promote Hellenic culture was inaugurated in Odessa, Ukraine on Sunday, with a...

Top Six Greek Treasures in Turkey

There are many ancient Greek and Byzantine archaeological and historical sites in Turkey, attracting hundreds of thousands, even millions, of visitors every year. All of...

Meet the Greek Chef who Cooked for Vladimir Putin and the British Royals

by Grace Parkin Globetrotting chef Nikolaos Koulousias has been bringing Greek tastes to the tables of the rich and famous, including the British Royals and...

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Greek Ship in Black Sea

Off the coast of the Black Sea in the Mykolaiv region, archaeologists have discovered a sunken ancient Greek shipwreck dating back more than 2.5...

Greek Museums Take on Europe’s Best in Video Awards

Two Greek museums are in the running for a European award which recognizes short videos produced to showcase their exhibits, storytelling and research. The Diachronic...

Excavations in Turkey Reveal Six Ancient Greek Statues

Over the weekend, six ancient Greek statues dating back some 2,000 years were discovered during excavations at the ancient Greek city of Magnesia, which...