Don't miss the first official presentation of this quirky new Athens guidebook and a chance to meet the authors in central Athens on Tuesday, November 13.
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A new book by photographer Penelope Matsouka and Anne McCabe, the daughter of Robert McCabe, reveals the magic of Patmos as seen from the sky.
The event, held in the framework of the NYTimes Athens Democracy Forum, will allow participants to explore the role of books in democracy with influential speakers.
Clogg's "A Concise History of Greece," has introduced many to the country's modern history, but few know that the author played his own role in it.
The “Travelling” festival on Crete is dedicated to the travel books of Nikos Kazantzakis. This year, the focus is Soviet Russia.
The Frenchman's book, originally published in 1854, captures many contradictions that are still alive and well in today's Greece.
The classics scholar and author of "Introducing the Ancient Greeks" describes how curiosity and innovation were key to the rise of ancient Greece.
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