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The chocolate factory Pavlidis decided to launch a new chocolate museum to celebrate the 150 years from its foundation.
The largest gateway to the Greek islands that serves about 20 million people annually, the port of Piraeus is ready to undergo some huge improvements that will have an important impact in the surrounding region.
Athens is about to launch a special event for all car enthusiasts. The first Greek Car Museum will open its doors at the Athenian Capitol, a mall in the heart of Athens, hosting 111 vehicles, both modern and rare pieces.
Archelon is a society that activates for the protection of the sea turtle Caretta Caretta that lives in the Mediterranean Sea and goes to lay its eggs on the sandy beaches of Greece. The director of Archelon, Mr Theodoros Benos-Palmer, talked to Greeka.com about the creation of this society, its aim and activities.
Paris of Belle Epoque will move to Athens for the next three months! Time will go back to the early 20th century, with lots of paintings and other treasures from the Petit Palais that will presented from today till February 28th, 2011, in the National Art Gallery of Athens.
From November 24th and for the three following months, the Hellenic Cosmos Cultural Centre in Athens is presenting an impressive collection of 160 ancient coins.
After a competition organized by the Journalists Union and Tourist Authors of Great Britain, the Acropolis Museum was awarded as The Best Museum of the World.
The exhibition "Sylvia" by Viktor Koen is presented from today till January 2011 in the Jewish Museum of Athens.
Apart from sun and beaches, can you think of Greece as a sports destination? Indeed, over the last years, there is a large effort to present the vast opportunities that the country offers in extreme sports.
This year, the 23rd Panorama of European Cinema, the largest international film festival in Athens, will take place from October 21st to 31st.
For the 3rd year on the row, Athens Digital Week, the largest technology feast of the Greek capital, will take place in Technopolis Athens.
With the logo Soul on the street, a phrase from the theatre play Vakhes by the ancient playwriter Evripides, starts the 2nd International Street Theatre Festival of Athens.
Two years since its first successful presentation, the Green Design Festival is coming again in the centre of Athens from September 23rd till October 9th.
The Lyceum of Aristotle will soon open to the public, after the plan approved by the Central Archaeological Board.
The Herakleidon Museum of Visual Arts in Athens presents the exhibition entitled Woman as Muse, 1900-1950 from September 3rd to November 21st, 2010.