NEW YORK —The Manhattan District Attorney’s office on Friday announced the return of a fragment of an ancient marble sarcophagus fragment to Greece, CBS New York reports. As part of a continuing investigation with partners in international law enforcement, the DA’s office went into a gallery in Midtown Manhattan with a search warrant and seized […]
A World of Emotions Ancient Greece, 700 BC – 200 AD March 9 – June 24, 2017 HOURS Monday – Saturday: 10am to 6pm Thursday until 9pm GUIDED TOURS Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 1:00pm Admission and exhibition tours are FREE <div «=»»> Every historical event—from a war and a financial crisis to an ecological catastrophe or […]
At the Swedish Institute at Athens, Friday, February 24th, at 7pm
Tsiknopempti is the Thursday during carnival that marks the beginning of the last weekend that observant Greek Orthodox Church members are allowed to eat meat before they begin their lenten fast. Tradition has it that on this day everyone prepares and enjoys their favorite meat dishes and typically a cloud of smoke where it is […]
Here are some interesting artistic exhibitions in Athens!
A special event for our students from the Penn State and Bucknell semester study-abroad program!
Guest lecturer Patrick F. Scanlon. At the Athens Centre, Wednesday, February 22nd, at 7pm
March – July, 2017
An interesting performance for our friends who live in Athens
Join us for the annual pita cutiing, on Wednesday February 1st, at 12:30pm!