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Crete: Safeguarding Cultural Heritage Project (STORM)

Ephorate of Antiquities of Rethymno, in collaboration with the Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH) welcomed the partners of “STORM” (Safeguarding Cultural Heritage through...

Household income declined by 40% in 2009-2014

Greeks lost 40% of their wealth in the years (2009-2014) a period of financial crisis. The fact is mainly attributable firstly, to the decline...

Reuters on the immediate issue of Greek bond

Greece has commissioned six banks to organize the country's return to the markets, according to sources quoted by the Reuters News Agency. In particular, the...

A new international music festival launches in Hydra

Set against the backdrop of the unique, serene Hydra landscape, the first Hydra World Music (HWM) is set to be held on August 25-27,...

PM Tsipras: Despite the pressure, there is positive work to show

The possibilities of exploiting the positive features of the agreement and the opportunities opened for the economy, with emphasis on the interventions to be made...

Camerata brings Sweeney Todd to the Herod Atticus Odeon

As the Athens Festival’s Athens events draw to a close, the Camerata-Friends of Music Orchestra brings to the Herod Atticus Odeon its production of...

Santorini Arts Factory program announced

Having recently received an award by EFFE (Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe), the European Union’s cultural institution, the Santorini Arts Factory has presented...

“Amintas” performance repeated in memoriam of Spiros Evangelatos

Presale tickets are now available for “Amintas”, Spiros Evangelatos’s last staged direction of a play. Presented as a tribute to his memory, “Amintas”, originally...

Greece’s participation in the New Development Bank under discussion

Greece’s participation in international financing institutions was discussed on Tuesday in a meeting of the Government Council for Economic Policy, headed by Deputy Prime...

“Turkish provocations in Cyprus are manageable”

Greek Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides and Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias stated that the Turkish provocations in Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) are...

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