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Traditional meeting places with quality seafood, ouzo, and tsipouro
"Beethoven needed four notes for his 5th Symphony to be recognized: ta-ta-ta-taaaa. Theodorakis only needed two: pa-dam!" the famous Dutch violinist and conductor Andre Rieu tells Kathimerini while he is preparing for his first concert in Greece with his Johann Strauss Orchestra, rehearsing his own version of the syrtaki.
Yannis Zounis had learned to identify his mother's works. He didn't only have a detailed photographic archive she had left him and his brother to consult. Whenever Opy Zouni, the famed Greek artist, finished a painting or other creation, she would show it to her family first. "Look at it," she would tell them.
According to scientists there was a European-related gene flow that took place during the transition from the Bronze to the Iron Age
Greece's candidacies as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council (2025-26) and as member of the Human Rights Council (2028-2030) will focus on close collaboration with all countries and UN mechanisms to safeguard human rights, Foreign Minister George Gerapatritis said during his address at the 55th UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva on Wednesday.
Max Planck scientists developed a brand new CO2-fixation pathway that works even better than nature’s own tried-and-true method
Vui stated that he spoke with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky about the territorial integrity of both countries, respect for the UN Charter, but also about other important topics and initiatives for peace.
Vui stated that Serbia's voice was listened to with respect at the summit in Tirana.
Approval of the Technical Environmental Study for the installation and operation of the construction sites by the Ministry of Environment - The project envisages the creation of a 5-star hotel
Breaking the indiscriminate cycle of spraying fields with pesticides is the objective of a major 28-month research program involving the Agricultural University of Athens, the Hellenic Mediterranean University, the Hellenic Agricultural Organization, the Benaki Phytopathological Institute, the Aristotle University, the Democritus University of Thrace and the Foundation for Research & Techno
The wreck is the subject of controversy - It has both archaeological and economic value
Fotini Kondyli explores the lives and experiences of ordinary people in Byzantine Athens in her talk at the American School of Classical Studies (54 Soudias) on March 5. The "Inhabiting Byzantine Athens" project seeks to reconstruct the topography and spatial layout of the city, alongside the living conditions and activities of its inhabitants, spanning from the 9th to the 15th centuries AD.
Hairstylist George Northwood demonstrates his technique using a straightening press
How much does eating late at night affect weight and metabolism and what are the health consequences of this habit?