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Covid-19 measures extended in Greece

Covid-19 measures extended in Greece

Greece has extended measures to fight Covid-19 for another week, until October 12. The announcement was made by Deputy Civil Protection and Crises Management Minister Nikos Hardalias. In the Attica Region, where accounts for…

Restrictive Covid-19 measures imposed on Kythnos

Restrictive Covid-19 measures imposed on Kythnos

The General Secretariat for Civil Protection through the European Emergency Number 112, sent an urgent coronavirus warning for those on Kynthos, after the detection of cases on the island. “You must wear…

Cargo ship that put out call for help has been towed 1

Cargo ship that put out call for help has been towed

A cargo ship with a 13 man crew carrying plaster called out for assistance today reporting mechanical damage. Named ‘Hercules’ the cargo ship had left Crete for the port of Volos and…

Kythnos

Stunning new archaeological discovery made on Kythnos island

Archaeologists have made a huge discovery with signs of habitation stretching from the Protocycladic era until the 7th-8th century AD, which was unearthed at Vryokastro on the island of Kythnos, the site…

Greece's Full Moon Festival 2018 3

Greece’s Full Moon Festival 2018

Anyone lucky enough to be in Greece at the moment should make the most of the free August Full Moon events, which are currently taking place across the entire nation, with the…

Clean Islands project Greece

“Clean Islands” project launches in Greece

The Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association (HELMEPA) representatives and Aegean Rebreath divers held a clean-up operation on the island of Naxos. HELMEPA and the non-profit organisation Aegean Rebreath recently launched the “Clean Islands”…

Island of Kythnos set to have its own Museum 4

Island of Kythnos set to have its own Museum

Kythnos a Greek island with a great cultural and historical identity, is expected in the near future to have its own museum to showcase its rich archaeological findings. According to reports, the…