Athens in the Past | Athens Airport | To July 15

"Athens Through the Benaki Museum Photographic Archives" takes a look at the history of the Greek capital from the mid-19th century to the early years after World War II, showing photographs of places and monuments like the Tzistarakis Mosque in Monastiraki photographed by Nelly's in the inter-war period, Syntagma and Omonia squares, and Panepistimiou Street at the turn of the 20th century that

Folk dancers celebrate Carnival in downtown Athens

Dancers dressed in traditional Greek costumes stand on a stage at Syntagma Square in central Athens, on Friday. The folk group also encouraged members of the public to join in traditional dances in the square in front of Parliament, as part of a series of events being organized by the City of Athens to celebrate the Carnival period, which ends on Sunday, February 18.

In uncharted waters again

Alexis Tsipras grew into a political force inside the anti-memorandum movement and by siding with the so-called Indignant anti-austerity protesters who demonstrated in Syntagma Square in 2011. His vocal champions at the time are the same people who are putting the prime minister through the wringer today because of his position on the name talks with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.