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What is the significance of the Cross for Orthodox Christians?

During Sunday’s Orthodox Cafe, held weekly at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St. Stylianos in Gymea, Dr Philip Kariatlis opened an inspiring discussion about what the Holy Cross means for Orthodox Christians.

Tour the Museum of Cycladic Art with your mobile phone

A mobile phone or tablet can now be used to…

Archaeologists find Ancient Greek tomb filled with gold, silver and bronze

Archaeologists have uncovered more than 3,500 objects in a Bronze…

September 24, Feast Day of Panagia Myrtidiotissa

Every year on September 24, the Greek Orthodox Church commemorates…

What is the significance of the Cross for Orthodox Christians?

During Sunday’s Orthodox Cafe, held weekly at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St. Stylianos in Gymea, Dr Philip Kariatlis opened an inspiring discussion about what the Holy Cross means for Orthodox Christians.

On September 23, Tripoli celebrates its liberation from the Turks

On September 23rd, 1821, the rebellious Greeks won a significant…

Artist uses AI to recreate face of Alexander the Great

Dutch photographer and digital designer Bas Uterwijk has used artificial…

Filotimo. Is it the key to surviving the age of loneliness?

For Greeks, filotimo is something that has been passed through generations, it’s inherited in our DNA. Could this age-old noun encapsulating the highest of Greek virtues be the key to ending this ‘age of loneliness’?

Mary’s Kouzina – Preserving Traditional Greek Cooking

Mary Politis is the woman behind the popular food blog Mary’s Kouzina. Uploading recipes daily, Mary teaches people how to make traditional Greek style food inspired by her mother and grandmother and taking us back to flavours from yiayias kitchen or our favourite Greek island.

On this day in 1834, Athens became the capital city of Greece

It was September 18, 1834, when by decree of Otto’s…

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