Together with Austria, Greece is the most mountainous country in Europe. This complex terrain with the ravines of so many hundreds of mountains, has created a large number of waterfalls, both in mainland Greece and in the Greek islands. Here’s a list of the most beautiful waterfalls not to be missed whilst in Greece.
From Thessaloniki, Greece, Christos Delantonis is a name synonymous with success and luxurious design in the global automotive industry.
As Vehicle Line Manager, Christos has been responsible for the lavish, ergonomic and aerodynamic designs of the McLaren Automotive supercars.
As part of the magazine’s bigger tribute to Greece, Scandinavia’s leading travel magazine Vagabond, has compiled a list of their pick of the top islands to visit in Summer 2021.
A new digital platform ergasiatesting.gov.gr will be launching very soon and will allow employers of big and small Greek business to register the human resources of their companies, so that their employees – if they wish – can request up to two free covid tests per month.
A new outdoor exhibition for the 200-year anniversary of the Greek Revolution, showcases portraits of the heroes of the 1821 Revolution was inaugurated a few days ago, at Vasilissis Sophias street in Athens, right in front of the National Gardens.
“The danger is now very intense.” Arcturos, protector of wild and endangered animals in the North of Greece, campaigns about the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on non-profit organizations and is overwhelmed by the response.
“We are about to start a unique journey and launch a new educational program on space exploration. Our school will be the first school in the world to send material to the Moon!” Moraitis School announced in a recent statement.
“Even the lockdown is more beautiful in Athens,” reads the slogan of the recent This is Athens marketing campaign by the city. Digital nomads from across the globe are relocating to work-from-home in Athens finding there the best balance between work and personal life, at an affordable price, without being deprived of the comforts and rights offered by Europe.
Architectural compositions adorn the parks, squares and sidewalks of Athens, connecting the past to the present, through ancient art that converses with a modern urban landscape. Here are the 10 most beautiful sculptures that you can visit and see in Athens today.
Vasilis Ioannidis, from Polykastro, Kilkis has made a reputation for himself for the beautifully intricate guitars, bouzoukia, baglamadakia, mandolins and spinning tops that he hand carves from wood.
New research shows that the first Greek set foot in Australia in 1811, not in 1829 as initially thought, and his name was George Emanuel. Being the first Greek immigrant in Australia however was not Emanuel’s only claim to fame, he also made newspaper headlines after he was married at the ripe old age of 99.
Acclaimed Greek master laouto player and composer, Vasilis Kostas, has recently won the “Forty Under 40” – an international award recognising people up to 40 years old who excel in the fields of arts, sciences and business; making him one of the most decorated Greek musicians of the last decade.
Many people may not know that some of the most famous ceiling paintings, portraits of historical figures and murals within the Capitol, are painted by Greek-Italian artist Konstantinos Broumidis. Dubbed the “Michelangelo of the United States”, his extraordinary talent has been praised by art curators world-wide.
“I think that I will easily work from an island in Greece. It is a very beautiful country.” In a recent teleconference, John Roese, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Dell Technologies, discussed the open prospects and great potential that Greece has to attract foreign workers and companies in the field of technology and informatics.
The oldest restaurant in Greece is located in Plaka, Athens, and it is called “The Old Tavern of Psarras” (Η Παλιά Ταβέρνα του Ψαρά), which translates to “The Old Tavern of the Fisherman” remains one of the country’s most beloved restaurants over 100 years after it first opened its doors.
Kapesovo, a green, picturesque, stone village of just 51 residents, that belongs to the Municipality of Zagori, is known not just for its beauty but for another, very unique reason; almost all its residents have ancient Greek names.
“In the post-coronavirus era, Greece has a great advantage. It can attract the nomads of technology with its beauties. I believe that it has a great opportunity ahead of it, and it is now at a level where it can become the basis and foundation of large technology companies.” The couple behind Google Maps now bring their new mood-based music application ‘Weav Music’ to Greece.