23 July 2024
Concerts What's on

Exploring the Rich History and Scientific Significance of the National Observatory in Athens, Greece

The magical world of the sky, stars, and night transforms into music, in a unique concert by the ERT Choir at the National.

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Real Estate

Lavrio: A Thriving Hub of Tourism Development and Urban Renewal

The investment by Piraeus Bank and Dimand in Lavrio for 420 luxury residences and 50 villas – called “a small Ellinikon” or just.

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Kids

SNFCC Kids Parties: Exclusive, Unforgettable, and Fun Filled

The SNFCC’s kids parties are making a grand return and this time they are exclusively reserved for its Members! Brace yourself for a.

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Escapes

Whispers of History: The Enchanting Doors of Spetses Island

Perched gracefully in the azure embrace of the Aegean Sea lies the enchanting island of Spetses, a place where time seems to stand.

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Concerts Events What's on

Afrikana Jazz Club Bids Farewell with Four Unmissable Sessions

After 12 vibrant years of enriching the Athens music scene, Afrikana Jazz Club is sadly closing its doors. Since its inception in 2012,.

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Events What's on

Discovering Picasso: A Journey Through Exile and Nostalgia in Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki, a city rich in history and culture, is currently hosting a captivating exhibition that sheds light on the intriguing friendship between two.

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Health Lifestyle

Top 5 Summer Health Risks in Greece: A Guide for Expats and Locals

High summer temperatures in Greece pose health risks for both expats and locals alike. Below are the 5 main summer health risks you.

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Events What's on

Commemorating 50 Years Since the Restoration of Democracy in Greece

This year marks a significant milestone in Greek history, as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Restoration of Democracy in our country..

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Events What's on Workshops

Celebrating Artistry and Movement: 14th Dance Days Chania festival, July 20th – July 31st

The Dance Days Chania festival takes place annually in Chania, Crete, a city renowned for its picturesque Venetian harbor, historic architecture, and Mediterranean.

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What's on

Brushstrokes of Freedom: Exploring Art and Democracy in Southern Europe’s Turbulent Past

As the vibrant city of Athens continues to be a melting pot of cultures and ideas, the international community residing here has the.

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