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Athens’ Gallery Walk to Make 37 ‘Stops’ in the Greek Capital

The Municipality of Athens is inviting residents and visitors to experience its “Gallery Walk” events that are taking place in various locations around the city during May 12-13.

Athens Marks Easter with 1st Sacred Music Festival 

Athens welcomes Holy Week and Easter with the launch of the 1st Sacred Music Festival featuring dozens of events at museums, archaeological sites, churches, and squares.

Athens Photo Festival 2022: Entry Deadline Extended

The Athens Photo Festival 2022 has extended the deadline for the submission of works by artists and photographers until March 25.

Greece-United States Hold Talks on Cooperation in Culture Field

Joint actions to strengthen cooperation between Greece and the United States in the field of culture are expected to take place this year.

National Theater of Rhodes to be Restored by 2025

The National Theater of Rhodes will undergo a 17.23 million euros restoration project and is expected to be fully operational by 2025.

Corfu Philharmonic Orchestras on Greece’s Intangible Cultural Heritage List

The Greek Culture Ministry has inscribed Corfu’s Philharmonic Orchestras in the National Index of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Cultural Routes: €11.6 Million Secured for Northern Greece Monuments

The Greek Culture Ministry has secured funds of 11.6 million euros for the preservation of monuments that are part of the Cultural Routes program in Northern Greece.

US Returns 55 Antiquities Worth More Than $20m to Greece

Fifty-five antiquities valued at more than $20 million have been repatriated to Greece from the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.

Scandinavian Travel Market Gets to Know Eastern Halkidiki

The Municipality of Aristotle in Eastern Halkidiki traveled to Denmark and Sweden and promoted the destination's tourism offerings to Scandinavian travel professionals.

Restoration of Historic Klonaridi Villa in Athens Begins

The Municipality of Athens has announced the restoration of the landmark “Klonaridi Villa”, a historic building in the area of Patissia.

Athens’ Megaron Concert Hall Offers Online 360° Tour of its Premises

Athens' Megaron Concert Hall now provides its online visitors with a 360° tour of its premises.

World Food Gift Challenge 2022: South Aegean Producers Invited to Show their Best

The South Aegean Region is inviting its businesses to take part in the World Food Gift Challenge 2022 event and highlight the “stories” that connect local products with destinations.

Greece Sets Aside €2.1m to Upgrade Cultural Monuments in Kastoria

The Greek Culture Ministry will allocate 2.1 million euros for the upgrade of cultural monuments in the area of Kastoria, western Macedonia.

British Historian Mark Mazower Becomes Honorary Citizen of Greece

British historian Mark Mazower was sworn in as honorary citizen of Greece during a ceremony in Athens.

Athens College Opens Exhibition Dedicated to History of the Greek Flag

An exhibition dedicated to the history of the Greek flag has opened its doors at the Athens College Theater in the Greek capital.

Greece Announces Culture Projects on North Aegean Islands Worth €6.2m

Cultural projects budgeted at 6.28 million euros will soon be carried out on the Greek islands of Chios, Lesvos, Limnos and Agios Efstratios.

Thessaloniki to Commemorate 100 Years Since the Asia Minor Catastrophe

The Greek city of Thessaloniki this year will hold a number of events and initiatives to commemorate the 100th anniversary since the Asia Minor catastrophe.

Registration for 2022 Athens Half Marathon Event Opens

Registration for the 2022 Athens Half Marathon event will open on Friday, January 28.

Exhibition Dedicated to Melina Mercouri to Open in Athens

An exhibition dedicated to late Greek artist and politician Melina Merkouri will open at the Technopolis cultural complex in Athens on January 18.

Athens and Belgrade to Strengthen Tourism, Culture Relations

The cities of Athens and Belgrade have agreed to strengthen cooperation in a number of sectors including tourism and culture.