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30% of Greeks vaccinated

Approximately 31% of Greeks have been vaccinated for the coronavirus, while a 43% has been inoculated with at least one dose, said the country’s Health Secretary General Marios Themistocleous during a live…

Greece Egypt energy electricity interconnector
Greece and Egypt to connect electricity grids

The plans for a Greek-Egyptian electricity interconnection were discussed during meetings held by Environment and Energy Minister Kostas Skrekas in Cairo with his Egyptian counterparts. Specifically, Skrekas met with Egyptian Minister of…

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A Night at the Old Boite (μπουάτ)

A night of nostalgia and non-pretentious pitch perfect performances at the Old Boite (μπουάτ) gave hope to the resurgence of Greek music in Sydney.

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A Night at the Old Boite (μπουάτ)

A night of nostalgia and non-pretentious pitch perfect performances at the Old Boite (μπουάτ) gave hope to the resurgence of Greek music in Sydney.

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Steve Tsoukalas’ enduring love for the iconic Sydney Opera House
Steve Tsoukalas, the Sydney Opera House’s longest serving employee

When Steve (Skevos) Tsoukalas arrived in Sydney in 1964 at the young age of 19, he was filled with awe when he first saw the Opera House. Little did he know that his incredible connection with the Opera House would still be enduring over 50 years later.

Mpouat

A Night at the Old Boite (μπουάτ)

A night of nostalgia and non-pretentious pitch perfect performances at the Old Boite (μπουάτ) gave hope to the resurgence of Greek music in Sydney.

The Acropolis Museum is celebrating its 12th birthday
The Acropolis Museum Celebrates 12 Years Today

The new and refreshed Acropolis Museum welcomes visitors on the day of its birthday from 8 am until 8 pm, with reduced entry (5 euro) to all exhibition areas. Additionally, visitors will have the opportunity to participate in the new thematic presentation “Marathon-Salamis. In traces of myth and history”.

Trahanosoupa Recipe: Trahana Soup with Homemade Trahana and Feta 22

Trahanosoupa Recipe: Trahana Soup with Homemade Trahana and Feta

Trahana is a type of ancient wheat product eaten in Greece and the eastern Mediterranean, traditionally made as a way to preserve milk for the cold winter months. You can find Greek trahana in Greek supermarkets and delicatessens however it is super easy to make yourself. Today’s heartwarming trahanosoupa recipe is simple to make and can be from stove to table in a half hour or less. Serve with some crusty bread and you’ve got yourself a delicious, heart-warming meal.

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Has your love for coffee gone one cup too far?

Coffee is a drink enjoyed around the world but perhaps it has become too much of a global addiction. Too much caffeine can cause numerous side effects. Here are side effects that can arise due to high levels of caffeine consumption.

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Kastellorizian Jewellery: A Dispersed Archive of a Past Culture

Inspired by the recognition that Kastellorizio’s once thriving culture was being lost and scattered, Nick Bogiatzis’ latest book ‘Kastellorizian Jewellery. A Dispersed Archive of a Past Culture’ provides an absorbing and informative insight into the island’s jewellery.

Steve Tsoukalas’ enduring love for the iconic Sydney Opera House

Steve Tsoukalas, the Sydney Opera House’s longest serving employee

When Steve (Skevos) Tsoukalas arrived in Sydney in 1964 at the young age of 19, he was filled with awe when he first saw the Opera House. Little did he know that his incredible connection with the Opera House would still be enduring over 50 years later.

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