Memorial on Nazis’ Overlooked Crimes in Greece Opens in Germany

A German museum has created a new exhibition to highlight the atrocities carried out by the Nazi occupation forces in Greece, which its organizers...

Two Elderly Armenian Men Beheaded in Nagorno-Karabakh Identified

Great Britain's The Guardian newspaper has identified the two men beheaded in Armenia's Nagorno-Karabakh region in an exclusive report published on Tuesday. The elderly ethnic...

Ancient Greek Helmet Found in Stone Burial Chamber in Croatia

A very rare bronze Greek-Illyrian war helmet, used in Greece during the time of the Greco-Persian Wars, has just been discovered in a rock-cut tomb...

Breathtaking Monuments of London’s Iconic Greek Cemetery Under Restoration

In an attempt to protect and maintain the iconic monuments in the Greek Orthodox section of London's historic West Norwood Cemetery, the many sculptural...

Greece Bids Farewell to Philhellene Former French President Valery Giscard d’Estaing

Former president of France Valery Giscard d'Estaing passed away on Wednesday at the age of 94, with Greece bidding farewell to a great philhellene...

Turkey’s Ruined Hagia Triada Church to Become Cultural Museum

After being placed on a short list for conversion into a cultural center many years ago, the dilapidated Greek Orthodox Church of Hagia Triada,...

Reopening of Chora Monastery as Mosque Postponed

In a surprising about-face, after its announcement yesterday that the Greek Orthodox monastery at Chora would be reopened and used for Muslim prayers on...

Turkey Covers Up Priceless Frescoes in Ancient Greek Church for Muslim Prayers

Turkey recently announced that the ancient Greek Orthodox Chora Monastery, located in Istanbul, which was converted into a mosque in August, will open for...

Raphael’s “School of Athens” Watches Over French Legislators Once Again

A tapestry depicting the Italian painter Raphael's masterpiece, featuring great figures from  ancient Greek history, is once again adorning Plenary Hall in the French...

Creative Protest for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles Held at the British Museum

After closing its doors for over 100 days due to Covid-19, the British Museum opened on Thursday. Among the first visitors to the museum...