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Referendums: A Greek-British Affair

I have written many articles expressing the relationship between Greece and the United Kingdom. But I have never formerly mentioned the elephant in the...

France Grants its Highest Honor to Greek Singer Nana Mouskouri

The French Ambassador to Greece offered famous Greek singer Nana Mouskouri the highest honor the French State can give a foreign citizen. At a ceremony...

A Scent from Ancient Greece in New Dolce & Gabbana Show

Dolce & Gabbana succeeded in making a jaw-dropping difference with their new fashion show. This time the show was based on ancient Greek culture. The...

London’s Tate Modern to Host Exhibition of Greek Artist Takis (video)

An exhibition of Greek artist Takis' most prominent works will kick off on July 3rd at the Tate Modern Institute in London. The exhibition will...

Cyprus’ Ayia Napa To Create Mediterranean’s First Underwater Museum

Ayia Napa, Cyprus' most popular tourist destination, is set to have the first-ever underwater museum in the Mediterranean, soon to be created off the...

Nicosia’s History Showcased in ”Cypriot Miniatures” Event in Berlin

An event showcasing the history of Nicosia, marking thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall and Germany’s reunification, was presented recently by the Cypriot...

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Castigates Moscow Patriarchate Over Ukraine

The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople Bartholomew I strongly criticized the Russian Patriarchate of Moscow on Tuesday regarding the issue of the independence of the...

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...

”It’s Not Constantinople, It’s Istanbul; It’s Islam-bul” Turkey’s Erdogan Says

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan declared that still ''there are people who want to see Istanbul as Constantinople,'' on Saturday. Erdogan was participating in the...

British Academics Develop Games Based on Ancient Greece to Understand Politics

A group of academics from the University of Exeter in England and ''The Politics Project,'' an educational charity, has created a series of games...