Events

A Celebratory Double Bill at the Greek National Opera

In a special double bill to mark the 1821 Revolution, the Greek National Opera will present “Greek Dances” and “Despo” on October 16, 17, 23 & 24.

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Events

Getting to Know the Creative Community of Thessaloniki

A three-day program of guided tours and workshops, MADE in Thessaloniki will introduce the public to the city's up-and-coming creators and producers.

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Events

Solidarity Wave: Swim and Help Crete’s Earthquake Victims

An organized swim at Spinalonga, off Crete, will take place next week to support the locals whose homes were damaged or destroyed in last week's earthquake.

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Sports

Running in Nature at the Lake Beletsi, North of Athens

A challenging course winding its way through beautiful scenery await runners at the 7th Lake Beletsi Race, in the northern suburbs of Athens.

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CULTURE & LIFESTYLE

Statues of Socrates and Confucius Unveiled at the Ancient Agora

In a ceremony to mark the beginning of the China-Greece Year of Culture and Tourism, statues of the two ancient philosophers were unveiled at the foot of the Acropolis.

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Events

Athens Democracy Forum Returns to Costa Navarino in October

Once again, the beautiful grounds of the Messinia resort will host distinguished international panelists as they discuss the future of democracy.

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Events

Abramovic’s Ode to Callas Comes to Athens

Pioneering performance artist Marina Abramovic will recreate the opera diva’s famous onstage death scenes in a new project, “Seven Deaths of Maria Callas.”

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Events

1821: The War at Sea

A new exhibition at the Eugenides Foundation highlights the major naval battles in the Greek Revolution using scale models and archival material.

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