The election of Greece’s first Jewish mayor, Moisis Elisaf, was a surprise to some. But Ioannina embraced his outward-looking vision.
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The cleanups are to continue every Sunday, said the new mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis, aimed at improving quality of life.
Along with an extensive effort to remove and prevent vandalism in the historic center, Athens Partnership asks local artists to help beautify the city.
In a country where anti-smoking laws are only patchily observed or enforced at best, forward-thinking Trikala is bucking the trend.
The sculpture of a crescent moon was a feature of the Thessaloniki waterfront until it was vandalized several years ago. Now its back.
At the Web Summit in Lisbon, the capital received a 1 million-euro award for its tenacity and resourcefulness in a time of social and economic challenges.
The Municipality of Athens is escalating its operation to remove graffiti from its landmarks
Giorgos Kaminis vows to clean up the city’s repeatedly vandalized walls
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