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Every summer Corfu hosts the Ionian Summer Music Academy, featuring brass, wind and percussion, ancient Greek music, instrumental and vocal interpretation sections
As a reward for the many years of consistent effort the Old Town of Corfu was officially included in UNESCO's World Heritage List on April 19 at the island's Castle
The Corfu "Old" Philharmonic Orchestra performed Requiem with Patras Polyphonic Choir
The announcement of several development projects by the Tourism Development Minister Aris Spiliotopoulos are putting in place revolutions that will boost tourism on Corfu.
Anyone who visits the British Cemetery in Corfu in early May will be welcomed by a large blossom of tender orchids, the foster children of caretaker George Psailas. British Cemetery has got about 30 varieties of Greek orchids
Korea through its monuments is the theme of the Korean exhibition held at the Museum of Asian Arts in Corfu.
The Municipality of Corfu has announced its plans to set up a Museum of Medical History and National Reconciliation at the site of a former Leprosy Hospital and concentration camp on the historic islet of Lazaretto
Thirteen people are standing trial for the deaths of two British children in their hotel room in 2006 on the Greek island of Corfu.
The future of the rare pony indigenous to the Greek-Aegean island of Skyros may now depend on half a dozen mares and two stallions on the island of Corfu.
Gerald Durrell's book My Family and Other Animals was the theme behind BBC's upcoming film that transported Corfu back to the 1930s
Corfu has had the history of being a highly fortified town with extremely imposing defensive strongholds. Two of those defense works are still standing tall on this war ridden island.
In order to pay for a holiday home in Greece for his family former Manchester United football great George Best is to sell two of his most treasured trophies