Heritage

15 Looted Greek Antiquities to be Returned from Switzerland

Seized by the Swiss authorities in Geneva, 15 ancient objects, including a golden diadem of laurel leaves, are to be repatriated to Greece.

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Infrastructure

Thessaloniki’s “Fountain” Metro Station to Host New Museum

Greece’s Ministry of Culture is to proceed with plans to convert a building at Sintrivani Station into a museum, presenting artifacts from the excavations.

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Archaeology

Ancient Structure Believed to be Long-Lost Temple of Poseidon

Archaeologists believe the temple-shaped building discovered last year in the western Peloponnese is the remains of a 2,500-year-old temple of Poseidon.

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Museums

New Museum of Aigai in Vergina Inaugurated

The much-anticipated Museum of Aigai opened its doors yesterday, showcasing finds from the ancient city of Philip II of Macedon, Alexander the Great's father.

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Archaeology

Antiquities to be Displayed in New Thessaloniki Metro

The items, discovered during the excavations for the Venizelou metro station, will be returned to be displayed at the site once construction is completed.

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Archaeology

Acropolis Becomes Accessible to the Visually Impaired

New tools, including a cellphone app and information points designed for the blind, now make Athen's most famous landmark more accessible.

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Archaeology

Lost Poseidon’s Temple Possibly Found in Western Peloponnese

Archaeologists have discovered an elongated temple-shaped building probably belonging to a sanctuary of Poseidon, on the foothills of the ancient acropolis of Samiko.

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Archaeology

Roman Building Discovered Beneath Central Athens Square

A luxurious Roman-era villa has been discovered just below Theater Square, officials report.

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