For the 10th time, Open House Athens invites everyone to tour special public and private buildings all around town.
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As Greece continues in its quest to repatriate stolen antiquities from abroad, US authorities return priceless artifacts seized from high-profile traffickers.
Following Pope Francis’ approval last year, three fragments of the Parthenon’s sculptures, held in the Vatican since the 19th century, return home.
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An exceptionally rare “Ides of March” coin, valued at $4.2 million, is among 29 antiquities repatriated to Greece from the US.
The Greek island where "Mamma Mia!" was shot has over 220,000 total hashtags on Instagram, and themed excursions to the places seen in the film are a big hit with visitors.
As people rediscover their wanderlust, the Greek capital is seen as an exciting and dynamic destination in its own right, whatever the season.
Amid conflicting reports in recent months, is there a way for British Museum officials and the Greek authorities to strike a deal that will be mutually beneficial?
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