The true story of Giannoula Koulourou has been adapted for the stage in an original play written by Theodora Kapralou and directed by Giorgos Papageorgiou. Born in Patra in 1868, the street vendor with a slight mental disability became a laughing stock in her home town for expressing her desire to get married.
A crane at the site of the Stoa of Philip, which is undergoing restoration on the island of Delos, is seen in this photo released by the Culture Ministry on Thursday. The imposing stoa was constructed by Philip V of Macedonia in 210 BC in honor of Apollo. It is 72 meters long and 11 meters wide, and was once supported by 16 Doric columns.
The Technis (Art) Theater is exhibiting objects of artistic and nostalgic value related to the institution's 75-year history at StoArt in the Korai Arcade off Syntagma Square. These include costumes, props, stage models, photographs of performances and from the backstage area, programs and newspaper reviews marking milestones in the company founded by acclaimed director Karolos Koun.
Opramoas, a businessman who lived in the ancient city of Rhodiapolis in the southern province of Antalya's Kumluca district in the 2nd century A.D. and was known as an important civic benefactor, has become a "honorary member" of the Antalya Industrialists and Businessmen Association (ANS?AD) upon the application of Professor Nevzat Çevik.