The New Acropolis Museum in Athens opened its gates to the public on the 20th June 2009. It houses more than 4,250 exhibits of ancient greek art. The architectural design by Bernard Tschumi was selected
Intant coffee shaken and really cold is what the Greeks love to drink all year round. It was invented in the 70’s in Thessaloniki and has become their favourite drink since then.It is really strong, wakes you up in a minute and keeps you buzzing for hours!
Nature is intriguing and inspiring. Especially in Greece where we can study more than 6.000 species of flowering plants (the richest flora in Europe). The ancient greeks added even more fascination to the subject through
Democracy was hard to establish even in the ancient city of Athens, where this new political system was born. It was the result of a dramatic process that lasted almost a hundred years. Three statesmen
In classical Athens, Pnyx was the gathering place of the Citizens Assembly (the Ecclesia in greek, meaning the people of the city and later in history, the church). The actual word ‘pnyx’ means density, the