Delphi

The 9 Beethoven Symphonies Live from 9 European Cities – All Eyes on the Ancient Theatre of Delphi

Delphi will be hosting Beethoven’s 7th Symphony live from its Ancient Theatre in an event on 6 June called ‘Europe Celebrates Beethoven’ which will include 9 concerts that will be broadcasted live from selected cities in Europe, dedicated to the famous musical symphonies of German composer and  music pioneer, Beethoven.

Tsaltas

“Greece can be a leader in Europe.” Achilles Tsaltas, VP of The New York Times, discusses the future of media in Greece

Achilles Tsaltas, the Vice President International Conferences, The New York Times and current President of the Foundation for Democracy and Culture says, “We, as an institution of the Athens Democracy Forum, believe much more in Europe as the core centre of the Western culture, rather than America. The US democracy has suffered a great shock recently, and so, America has a lot of work to do inside. The ones who can save Western civilisation are European countries.”

EU Hellenic Parliament House

1981-2021: The European Commission releases celebratory video on the 40th anniversary of Greece's accession to the EU

A video titled ‘1981-2021: The History of Greece in the years of Europe – #40GreeceEU”, was posted on Twitter by the European Commission Office in Athens on May 7th, with the caption “40 Years – We are Stronger”, and it includes several of the most important moments of Greece’s time within the EU.

Greek Easter destinations

The top Greek destinations for a special Easter

Across the country, from north to south, and all around the Greek islands, Easter customs and traditions are preserved unchanged through the centuries. Here are some of the most popular Easter destinations in Greece, that honour and welcome the holiday of Easter in special ways, offering unique experiences to visitors.

Harvard

Harvard University’s special feature on Greece: “Celebrating a bicentennial of democracy in its birthplace”

“Two hundred years ago today, Greece declared its independence. From the start, Harvard was there, helping both in the fledgling Mediterranean country and back in the United States.” Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, publishes a special feature on its university publication, the Harvard Gazette, honouring the bicentennial anniversary of the Greek Revolution.

P&G CEO Challenge 2021

Greek students win first place in the P&G university "CEO Challenge" of Southeastern Europe

P&G’s international CEO Challenge is the opportunity of a lifetime for students who can work on real life scenarios for some of P&G’s largest brands, including Oral-B, Pantene, Pampers, Olay, Head & Shoulders, Gillette, Febreze, Fairy and Ariel, and develop real products like toothpastes and toothbrushes, detergents, shampoos, moisturising creams and other cosmetics.

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Professor Robert Rosenstone says, “the study of history was born in Greece”, and names Theo Angelopoulos one of the best filmmakers in the world

World-renowned American-Canadian professor and author, Robert Rosenstone was recently invited by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki to talk about the influence of Greek history on world history and also on the arts and the film-making industry in Hollywood.

Boston

Boston proudly celebrates Greek Independence Week with exhibitions and special tributes

“Boston is very close to the hearts of the Greeks, not only because of the very strong presence of the Greek element here, but also for the fact that it is the place where love and knowledge of ancient Greece begun in America. And it has since been cultivated through its renowned universities, such as Harvard,” the Greek Consulate stated.