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Guardian. Matthew Kneale: Postcard from Patmos.

Guardian. Matthew Kneale: Postcard from Patmos.

In Patmos you would hardly know there was a crisis. Everything seems just as normal. I have been here for four days with my family, and my Canadian in-laws, and we’ve all had a wonderful time, delighting in the beauty of the island, the delicious food and the warm...
The key objectives of the government’s tourism policy

The key objectives of the government’s tourism policy

Alternate Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura outlined the key objectives of the government’s tourism policy and referred to the contribution of the tourism sector to the Greek economy, during her speech at the Economist conference entitled “Resurrecting the Greek...
Hundreds Demand That Hagia Sophia be Converted into Mosque

Hundreds Demand That Hagia Sophia be Converted into Mosque

Hundreds of people demanded that the historic Istanbul Hagia Sophia museum be converted into a mosque during a rally in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 24 regarding the anniversary of the 1453 Ottoman conquest of Constantinople. People gathered outside Istanbul’s Hagia...
Anastenaria, an ancient fire-walking ritual Revives in Serres

Anastenaria, an ancient fire-walking ritual Revives in Serres

Anastenaria, an ancient fire-walking ritual, which has its roots in the Dionysian rites – the Greek Orthodox church has not accepted the custom since it is considered pagan – was revived once again in Serres, northern Greece. Every year on May 21, the Greek village of...
Amphipolis Tomb Site at Risk of Being Buried Again

Amphipolis Tomb Site at Risk of Being Buried Again

The Amphipolis tomb excavation site is in danger of being buried under the sand due to neglect and weather conditions, said Greek Deputy Minister of Culture Nikos Xydakis. The Amphipolis tomb discovery was one of the ten most important findings in the world in 2014....
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