A new initiative by the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens aims to highlight and protect the unique cultural and natural heritage of the Cyclades islands.
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Underwater archaeologists have discovered the remains of an ancient stoa (arcade) on the east coast of Salamis island, once part of the Classical-era city.
The new Chronos app, which uses augmented reality to produce digital overlays, shows what the Acropolis Monuments looked like thousands of years ago.
The French School of Athens commemorates 150 years of archaeological research on the sacred island of Delos, showcasing photos and rare archival materials.
Following 35 years of archaeological excavation and restoration works, the ancient theater of Larissa is reshaping the image and identity of the city.
Work is underway at Naxos Castle to create three museums dedicated to the civilizations of the Cyclades, with a special focus on looted antiquities.
French woman Jacqueline Junelles has voluntarily agreed to return a marble fragment from the Erechtheion on the Acropolis of Athens back to Greece.
The Acropolis Museum has enjoyed a busy two years of public events and exhibitions, and made progress in the campaign for the return of the Parthenon Marbles.
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