The huge mural depicting Laskarina Bouboulina, the great shipping woman from Spetses, adorns the entrance…
Made from the world’s finest pure silk materials, with finely rolled hand finished edges and immaculate attention to every single detail, Fetolia’s luxury limited edition scarves are exclusive designs inspired by history, nature and ethnic influences, including some beautiful Greek-themed designs such as the aptly named ‘The Olympian Gods’, ‘Evzonas’ and ‘The Abduction of Europa.’
Greek City Times entertainment journalist Vassilios Nicolaos Vitsilogiannis speaks with Ronn Moss, the American star best known for his portrayal of Ridge Forrestor, in an exclusive interview to learn more about life beyond The Bold and the Beautiful.
An image of Greek tennis player Stefanos Tsitsipas has been named one of Time’s Top Photos of 2021 with the creative genius of its photographer Julian Finney compared to that of famed Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio.
The Parthenon frieze which captured the passion and glory of the Panathenaic procession in Ancient Athens is now divided essentially between Athens and London courtesy of the notorious exploits of Lord Elgin. There are, however, several fragments in other museums and one of those pieces, from the East Frieze, is finally coming home.
French fashion house Dior has promoted the surreal beauty of Milos with a recent photoshoot and correlating video, captured on the Greek island as part of the presentation of its Grecian Cruise Collection 2022.
An ancient Roman marble statue dubbed the Hamilton Aphrodite will come to auction next month.…
Speaking to the Ouzo Talk podcast, Founder and Chair of the International Committee – Australia – for the Restitution of the Parthenon Marbles Inc (IOCARPM), Emmanuel John Comino AM, and committee member Theodora Gianniotis, are of the strong opinion that the British Museum are now clutching at straws, as their out-dated arguments have been systematically disproved over time.
The historic Academy of Athens, one of the capital’s most recognisable landmarks, will become a leading zero energy building by tapping heat 100 meters below the surface of the earth.
The final brush strokes have been painted on a new mural in the Sydney suburb of Marrickville as part of the celebration of 200 years of Greek Independence.