For anyone heading to Athens, the Acropolis is a definite must-see. We have put together some interesting facts to shine even more light on this monument which is a universal symbol of civilisation and one of the greatest architectural complexes to ever be built.
Don Morgan Nielsen continues his dash through the history of narrative art and also looks at some other storytelling masterpieces since the time of Pericles as he considers their part in this great rollicking variety show of humanity.
In this week’s Parthenon Report, Don Morgan Nielsen looks at the concept of “narrative” and the Sculptures’ role in a great story that was broken and interrupted by Elgin and remains broken and interrupted to this day.
Don Morgan Nielsen looks at how the British Museum plays semantic games with the concept of ‘integrity’ when it comes to its Collection and the Parthenon Sculptures.
This is the story about how the quest to create an extra virgin olive oil based beard balm led to the launch of a new Hellenic inspired streetwear brand. Infused with the ‘spirit of the Hellenic warrior’, The Imperial General has been embraced by the Greek diaspora as well as martial artists wishing to represent the brand and all that it signifies. We speak to Nick, the man behind the brand, to find out more.
In this week’s column for the repatriation of the Parthenon sculptures, Don Morgan Nielsen opens the case for a legal challenge at the International Court of Justice.
Well known for its medieval architecture, beaches, and exciting nightlife scene, Rhodes is also famous for its gastronomy and wines – all of which are showcased in a Greek tourism campaign targeted at Italians.