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Restored ‘Moutzouris’ Locomotive Returns to Kalavryta

Restored ‘Moutzouris’ Locomotive Returns to Kalavryta

A slice of living history, the original DK 8001 steam locomotive, locally known in Greece as “Moutzouris,” that first ran on the tracks of the Diakofto-Kalavryta rack railway has been put back to work, offering visitors a unique opportunity to experience some...
Celebrating International Museum Day in Athens

Celebrating International Museum Day in Athens

“Museum collections make connections” is the motto for this year’s International Museum Day, a global celebration of institutions and cultures taking place around May 18 every year. Established by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the event aims to...
Open House Athens 2015 (May15-17 )

Open House Athens 2015 (May15-17 )

‘Open House’ is a simple but powerful concept: showcasing outstanding architecture for all to experience, completely for free. Open House initiatives invite everyone to explore and understand the value of a well-designed built environment. Athens, the...
Visit The Largest Greek City Outside Greece

Visit The Largest Greek City Outside Greece

Astoria  is the city that every Greek should visit once setting foot in New York city. Once the most popular destination of all immigrant Greeks at the beginning of the 20th century, Astoria remains the hub of Hellenism around the New England area with a population,...
The Special Olympics Flame of Hope is Ignited in Athens

The Special Olympics Flame of Hope is Ignited in Athens

On Thursday, 14 May the Special Olympics Flame of Hope for the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA 2015) was lit during a formal torch lighting ceremony. The torch was lit by the sun’s rays at the Sacred Site of Pnyx, opposite the Acropolis in...
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