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How Filoxenia made it to Greece

How FiloXenia Made it All the Way to Greece

“To say it’s a dream come true is an understatement.” Greek band FiloXenia are packing their bags and getting ready to hit the world stage, with multiple performances and gigs booked across Greece in 2023.

The University of Melbourne to Develop Exchange Programs with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the University of Patras

The University of Melbourne to Develop Exchange Programs with the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the University of Patras

On Thursday 17 November a group of delegates from the Hellenic Medical Society of Australia and Hellenic Diaspora World Congress met with representatives from the University of Melbourne’s faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.

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Four of the finest Ancient Greek sculptures are kept in museums away from their motherland

The movement to return the Parthenon marbles to their motherland was started in the 1980s. But it is not just the Elgin marbles that have been removed from Greece. Some of the most magnificent Greek sculptures ever created are in fact located in various museums around the world, proudly representing the country in which they were born.

Under the Spell of a Myth: Empress Sisi in Greece

Under the Spell of a Myth: Empress Sisi in Greece

Famed for her beauty and fashion sense, a little known fact about the captivating Empress Sisi of Austria was her special relationship with Greece and its people – a subject that provides the central theme for a new book: ‘Under the Spell of a Myth: Empress Sisi in Greece’. Greek City Times speaks to the book’s author Stefan Haderer to learn more.

Diane Pernet

A Fashion Maverick

Diane Pernet is a Paris-based American-born international fashion blogger, critic and founder of the international ASVOFF (A Shaded View on Fashion Film) festival who has recently commenced a collaboration with Greek film director Konstantinos Menelaou.