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On eBay, a Russian Tries to Sell a Piece of Ancient Salamis Marble Floor

The eBay auction was halted by Tasoula Hadjitofi, a well-known antiquities activist and refugee who has rescued hundreds of antiquities from Cyprus, as well as

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The Greek President Attends the 199th Anniversary of the First National Assembly Celebrations

On Sunday, President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou paid a visit to Nea Epidavros to attend activities commemorating the 199th anniversary of the Greek

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The Dutch Parliament Adopts a Motion Calling on the Government to Acknowledge the 1915 Armenian, Syriac and Pontic Greek Genocides

A widely endorsed motion calling on “the government to accept the Armenian Genocide” was passed today by the Dutch parliament. Motion 21501-02-2277 was proposed by

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In the Sanctuary 2,050-Year-Old Columns Rise Again

In the 2,050-year-old Lagina Hecate Sanctuary, once a stronghold of paganism in southwestern Turkey, unearthed columns have been restored and are rising again. In the

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The 1821 Greek War of Independence Theme Park Opens in Serres

A theme park dedicated to the 1821 Revolution opened its gates in Sidirokastro, Serres, with a simple ceremony, taking all precautions against the spread of

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Abandoned Historical Building in the Middle of Athens Collapses

The abandoned historical building collapsed around noon on Patision Street in the middle of Athens. Near the collapsed, abandoned building at the intersection of Patision

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Greek Ambassador to China: Our Cultural DNA Benefited our Communities Greatly

The Greek ambassador to Beijing, Georgios Iliopoulos, believes Greek-Chinese ties will improve significantly, particularly in the post-pandemic period, China Daily said. “The China-Central and Eastern

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The Parthenon Sculptures Should be Returned to Greece by the British Museum, Says Sir Antony Gormley

During an interview with British Archaeology magazine, Sir Antony Gormley said that the British Museum should return the Parthenon Sculptures to Greece. The sculptor, who

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The British Museum Employs Curators, Including the Parthenon Sculptures, to Study the History of its Collection

A curator has been employed by the British Museum to look into the past of its 267-year-old collection. Dr Isobel MacDonald, a historian, was appointed

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Shipwreck of Greece Deadlier Than the Titanic: SS Oria

One of the greatest maritime tragedies in history is the Greek maritime disaster of the sinking of the ‘Oria’ in the Gulf of Saron in