July 23, 2014 in Cover Story, Mainland_Greece, Uncategorized by webmaster
Was there ever really a Trojan Horse? Did Homer actually exist? Did Pythagoras invent Pythagoras’ theorem? What made the Greeks to begin using money? How spartan were the Spartans?
June 22, 2014 in Corfu_Ionian, Cover Story, Evia_Sporades, Mykonos_Delos, Paros, Patmos_Rhodes, Syros_Paros_Naxos by webmaster
Greece is covered with tall mountains and with beautiful water; known for its turquoise beaches.
February 6, 2014 in Cover Story by webmaster
By Alex Morton. The smoke from the tear gas made its way into the tiny crowded room and there was no relief.
August 13, 2013 in Andros_Tinos, Cover Story, Cyprus_Levant, Ikaria_Fourni, Mainland_Greece, Mykonos_Delos, Patmos_Rhodes by webmaster
The discovery of a Jewish synagogue at the magnificent treasury of Delos not only sheds light on lost Israelite gold. It also suggests that the “Golden Age of Hellenism” was to some extent paid for with King Solomon’s gold.
June 3, 2013 in Cover Story, Mainland_Greece by webmaster
Photographs by Alex Morton. The soul of Greece is written on the buildings of Athens. The walls are splashed with announcements of political meetings, slogans and references to the upheaval of the past few years.
January 12, 2013 in Cover Story, Ikaria_Fourni, Ikarian_Village, Lesvos_Chios_Samos, Mainland_Greece by webmaster
Imagine living in a place that seems more like fantasy than reality… This is not Never Never Land… this is Ikaria. And it’s a real place — a small Greek Island.
January 12, 2013 in Corfu_Ionian, Cover Story, Cyprus_Levant, Mainland_Greece, Mykonos_Delos, Santorini_Crete by webmaster
With a little bit of help from Hollywood stars, Greece is back on the tourist map.
January 12, 2013 in Andros_Tinos, Corfu_Ionian, Cyprus_Levant, Evia_Sporades, Ikaria_Fourni, Ikarian_Village, Ios_Folegandros, Lesvos_Chios_Samos, Mainland_Greece, Mykonos_Delos, Patmos_Rhodes, Santorini_Crete, Syros_Paros_Naxos by webmaster
The Ikarians do not really want annexation to Austria. They want to be promoted to the European aristocratic class, just as some merchants were in the 1700s, so they can rule as a privileged group! Either that or co-ownership of resources.
January 12, 2013 in Ikaria_Fourni, Ikarian_Village, Mainland_Greece by webmaster
“You have Cuba, North Korea, and Icaria,” says Anthony Papalas, a professor emeritus of Greek and Roman history at East Carolina University.