Walking through the streets of Athens, you come across buildings from bygone eras, great monuments and attractions that take you back in time and invite you to get to know their history, such as the Church of the Holy Apostles.
‘Christina O’, the beautiful yacht that once belonged to Aristotle Onassis, made its annual appearance on Mykonos shores yesterday, anchored serenely in the waters of Nammos Beach Club at Psarou beach yesterday.
Archaeologists at the Sea of Galilee Say They May Have Found the Real-Life Birthplace of St. Peter, First Pope of the Christian Church
Panagia of Tinos, also known as the Megalochari of Tinos (Great Grace) or Evangelistria of Tinos (Our Lady of Good Tidings), is the declared national patron saint and protector of Greece.
Cypriot airplane belonging to Helios Airways plowed into a hill north of Athens on 14 August 2005 , killing all 121 people onboard in the worst airline disaster in Greek history.
The legend of the Virgin says it all started from a bush that was seen burning in Loggos. Approaching to extinguish the fire, they saw that only one tree was burnt and the icon of Virgin was in its roots. They brought it to the village church but the next day the icon was missing.
Former ancient temple on Greece’s Athenian Acropolis, the Parthenon, will be brought to life once again this summer in the National Galley of Victoria courtyard in an epic, evocative reimagining.