A family of black-winged stilts search for food in a wetland in the northeast Peloponnese, near Nafplio, on the anniversary of World Water Day on Thursday, March 22. This will be the 25th World Water Day, which was first established by the United Nations at the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1922.
The Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens will offer free themed tours of its collections and educational activities around the Greek Orthodox Easter (April 9).
US Ambassador in Athens Geoffrey Pyatt on Sunday paid a visit to the archaeological site in Dodoni in Epirus, accompanied by his wife and Ioannina Deputy Mayor Pantelis Kolokas. He was also met by Dodoni Mayor Christos Dakaletsis and other…
The Acropolis Museum will celebrate Independence Day on Sunday, March 25, with free entrance to the permanent exhibits, the current exhibition on the Eleusinian mysteries, and other events, it announced on Thursday.
Soloist Iris Louka, a viola player at the Athens State Orchestra (ASO), will play the famous Johann Sebastian Bach Suites No. 1-3 transcribed for her instrument, at the Acropolis Museum on March 18.
Nearly 2,000 dancers from Greece, the Balkans and other EU countries will perform at the 4th Thessaloniki Dance Festival (TDF) to be held from March 31 to April 1.
An exhibition of 160 paintings from the art collection of the Bank of Greece will open to the public at the Benaki Museum Annexe on Pireos Street on Thursday.
Epigraphist and former director of the Epigraphical Museum Dina Peppa-Delmouzou died on March 12, the ministry of culture announced, expressing its condolences on Tuesday.
The clash of King Pentheus and Dionysus in Euripides’ extraordinary Bacchae takes the Onassis Cultural Centre’s stage in a new performance directed by Aris Mpiniaris, who sees in the play a raging ode to the split human psyche, logic and…
Twenty-four years ago, actress and politician Melina Merkouri dies. Merkouri was born on October 18, 1920, and was the granddaughter of Spyros Merkouris, the historic Mayor of Athens.