A marble statue of ancient Greek goddess of love Aphrodite is displayed for the first time in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Thursday. The sculpture, which used to be a part of the Iolas collection and belongs to the statues of the so called Capitolian type, dates to the Roman era and has undergone numerous ancient and modern restorations.
One of the best preserved ancient cities in Anatolia, the ancient city of Aphrodisias in western Turkey, expects to host a record number of visitors this year after its inscription to the UNESCO World Heritage List last year.
The ancient city of Aphrodisias and the Aphrodisias museum in the western province of Aydın's Karacasu district are being monitored with drones.
An ancient tomb has been unearthed in an area where illegal excavations were carried out in the ancient city of Aphrodisias in the western province of Aydın's Karacasu district. The tomb was taken to the Aphrodisias Museum.
In cooperation with the Italian Education Institute in Athens, the Epigraphic Museum presents an exhibition by Italian photographer Paolo Morello titled "Touring Perfection." Curated by Aphrodite Economidou, the show pays homage to ancient Greece's greatest cultural monuments as captured by the Palermo-born artist.
The €3.5 billion development project by Hungarian investor Atum Developments in Geroskipou, Paphos include the construction of an artificial island, university, two five-star hotels and a marina.
According to the company website, the project – Eden City – is a 200-hectare resort development project with three distinct sections.