The Temple of Apollo Zoster in Vouliagmeni, built in the 6th century BC, was once the most important temple in the Archaic deme of Aixonides Halai.
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Kathimerini's Executive Director Alexis Papachelas explains why Greeks, both at home and abroad, must help take care of the country's heritage - especially in these crucial times.
While the annual parades were canceled, people around Greece didn't let that stop them from celebrating their Independence Day on March 25.
More than 300 people contributed to the restoration, which engineers said did not use any modern materials or techniques.
Britain's choice to distance itself from Europe will help create the conditions for the marbles' return, according to the Greek culture minister.
Extreme weather events such as droughts and floods, exacerbated by climate change, are threatening ancient Greek monuments, scientists have warned.
The Central Archaeological Council has green lit a plan many years in the making to re-erect portions of the inner chamber's walls.
The claims by Acropolis Museum Director Dimitrios Pandermalis refute a key line of defence in the British Museum's case for keeping the Parthenon Marbles.
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