Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was at Agios Efstratios to celebrate the Epiphany. The Prime Minister…
The heartwarming story about how a little Greek village girl from Platy, Lemnos, who had built a life of “milk and honey” was recognised at the Australian National Maritime Museum.
Either carved into mountains or built on remote islands, many Greek churches reveal secrets of the past and have numerous mysterious stories to tell. Here are some of the most unique and mysterious Greek churches that have attracted international interest over the years.
Crowds were limited this year at many Anzac Day events due to COVID-19 restrictions, however many Australians still commemorated in their homes such as this lone musician who heralded the dawn with the Last Post at Narara on the NSW Central Coast.
In Greece we know our wine. Winemaking in Greece’s fertile lands dates back to over 4,000 years, with some of the currently most popular producing regions being Aegean Islands (namely Rhodes, Crete, Santorini, Lemnos, Samos), the Ionian Islands, Peloponnese, Sterea Ellada, Epirus, Thessalia and Macedonia – more or less everywhere. Read on to learn about six of the best varieties and the top five wine bars in Athens according to our personal experience and research!