In the Hellenistic royal city of Artashat-Artaxata Archaeologists from the University of Münster and the…
A 1,400 year old amethyst ring found by archeologists was most probably worn by a wealthy wine taster in an attempt to ward off a hangover – a myth that originated in Greece and was widely shared in the ancient world.
Described as possessing “astonishing beauty”, two heads of ancient statues of Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and Dionysus, the god of wine, have been uncovered in an archaeological dig in the ancient Greek city of Aizanoi.
With a new underwater museum where visitors can explore the remains of a 2500-year-old shipwreck, the Alonissos Marine Park is the largest reserve of its kind in the world, a place of unspoilt natural beauty that is home to a fascinating variety of flora, fauna and marine life including the critically endangered Mediterranean monk seal.
Of significant importance for the studies of speleology, geology, as well as for historians and archaeologists, Kapsia Cave is famous not only because of its natural beauty, but also because of the numerous findings that were discovered inside it.
A “prehistoric geological phenomenon of great geological and archaeological importance”, the eerie red landscape of Kokkinopilos is reminiscent of the planet Mars.
With a new underwater museum where visitors can explore the remains of a 2500-year-old shipwreck and boasting the largest Marine Park in the World, Greek island of Alonissos adorns the National Geographic ‘Best of the World’ list of destinations for 2021
The 13th International Science Film Festival of Athens (ISFFA), which will be held from the 5th to 9th…