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Greek language classes – March 2018

Our modern Greek language courses for March 2018

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Best of the Year 2017 at the Athens Centre!

Here is a video from a wonderful 2017!

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Greek customs: Tsiknopempti

Greece has various customs and traditions preserved loyally all year round -many of them quite enthusiastically even by the younger generations. Some of the most loved ones include -what else- food and certainly the most anticipated one is that of Tsiknopempti!

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New modern Greek language courses

Our courses in February-March 2018

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Ancient Greek Technology Museum Opens in Athens

The Museum of Ancient Greek Technology – Kostas Kotsanas opened its doors in a three-storey art nouveau building in central Athens this month, with exciting displays of technologies made by the ancient Greeks. Some of the exhibitions currently underway include The Automatic Theaters of the Ancient Greeks, The Clocks of the Ancient Greeks, The Automatics […]

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Athens Airport – Piraeus Port Train Line to Launch in February

Getting from Athens International Airport to the port of Piraeus, set to facilitate tourists seeking to travel to the islands, will as of February take approximately an hour thanks to the launch of the electric (EMU) train line. In its initial phase, Piraeus will operate as the main depot for the country’s suburban rail services, […]

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Annual Pitta Cutting

🎉🎈Our annual Pitta Cutting will take place this Friday, January 26 @ 12.30 hrs !

Let’s see who will find the hidden coin (flouri) this year!

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Ministry Looks into Repatriation of Greek Antiquities from NY

The Greek Ministry of Culture is currently collaborating with US authorities for the repatriation of a number of Greek antiquities which, according to media reports have been seized from the home and the office of a billionaire in New York. More specifically, US authorities have seized a number of artworks, which are believed to have […]

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Making Enotourism Happen: Greek-wineries.com Shows the Way

A new site in English aiming to inform and guide travelers with a soft spot for the vine, lists 180 visitable wineries across Greece complete with exact location, contact details and opening hours. Greek-wineries.com, the brainchild of Dimitris Kimiatzis, aims to offer insight into the Greek wine experience and serve as a data base of […]

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Athens Public Transport to Offer Wi-Fi Access to Commuters

Buses, tram and trolley cars will soon be able to provide free Wi-Fi access to commuters, the Athens Urban Transport Organization (OASA) announced this week. A Wi-Fi network offering access potential to 2,030 OASA vehicles serving the wider Athens region, including buses, trolley and tram cars, will be installed in the coming months and set to […]

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