Setting art free in Syntagma Square

On Thursday at 9 pm, internationally renowned artist Maria Fragoudaki will surprise Athenians by attempting an artistic happening based on an idea of her own and realized in collaboration with the performance artist Anastasia Argyriou, who studies Art Psychology. This will be a visual event never seen before in Greece.

Lingerie and Selfies: A new trend? (SEXY PHOTOS)

What IS it with women and their cell-phones! They will take a selfie every chance they ‘ll get…

Thank God, may I add!

We know, of course, that selfies and sexy women are going hand-in-hand from day one, but now there seems to be an increased trend of young sexy women taking selfies wearing the sexiest lingerie they can get their hands on!

Unearthing 2,000 years of history in central Algiers

An archaeological treasure trove on the site of a planned metro station in central Algiers is set to become a museum, opening a window on 2,000 years of history.

The site, close to the Algerian capital's UNESCO-listed casbah, has yielded remains from the city's Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and French periods.

New Byzantine museum opens its doors in Argos

A young woman looks at mosaics depicting the embodiment of autumn (right) and a victorious chariot (left) at the Byzantine Museum of Argolida, which opened its doors on Thursday in the northern Peloponnesian town of Argos. The inauguration is part of ongoing efforts to boost the town's cultural and historical profile.

Works from Aydın Doğan Cartoon Contest on display at Gallery Işık

Award-winning caricatures from the 33rd Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Contest are now on display at the Gallery Işık Teşvikiye. 

At a ceremony held for the opening of the exhibition on Feb. 9, Aydın Doğan Executive Committee President Candan Fetvacı noted that the contest had a 30-year history. 

Kiev’s beautiful Orthodox museum of St. Sophia in Kiev (photos)

During his official visit to Ukraine, Greek PM Alexis Tsipras received a guided tour of the historic Christian Orthodox Church of St. Sophia. Built in the 11th century AD by many groups of craftsmen, including Greeks, the cathedral’s walls are adorned with beautiful frescoes and magnificent mosaics in the Orthodox tradition, many of which had Greek inscriptions.