FOOD & DRINK

Thessaloniki’s Modiano Market Offers Tours

The recently reopened historic market, a gastronomy tourism landmark, is offering free tours for a limited time.

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History

Acropolis Museum: The World of Employment in Ancient Athens

What can three vases tell us about the working lives of the ancient Athenians? In a new series of gallery talks at the Acropolis Museum, join archaeologists to find out more.

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History

Thessaloniki Closer to Getting its Holocaust Museum

The plan for a modern museum, illustrating to visitors the story of the Jews of Thessaloniki, has been in the works for a decade.

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Urban Life

Digital Guide Offers Architectural Walks in Piraeus

ArchWalks invites visitors to see and learn about 19th-century buildings and other landmarks by following four digitally listed routes.

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History

Corfu Old Town to Undergo Revamp

The overall environment of the UNESCO World Heritage site is to be improved following a lengthy academic study.

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Photography

The Telegraph Lauds Robert McCabe’s Pre-Tourism Greece

The UK newspaper presents the prolific photographer's images of Santorini and Mykonos in the 1950s and 1960s, before "the scourge of overtourism."

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History

The Prince’s Foundation to Advise on Tatoi Estate

The Greek Culture Minister is in Scotland to seek assistance from British experts for the restoration and development of the former royal summer abodes and grounds.

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Property

Former Sanatorium on Mount Parnitha Declared a Listed Building

The abandoned sanatorium, a favorite haunt for ghost hunters, was built in the 1930s.

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