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A young whale, from the very few of its kind that still remain in the Ionian Sea, was found dead last Friday in the Bay of Sami, Kefalonia Island
A statue of the Leihoudis brothers, two famous 17th century Greek monks from Kefalonia, was unveiled by Greek President Karolos Papoulias on May 30, 2007 in Moscow
Kefalonia is playing host to a nice athletic event as the 7th International Cycling Tour of Kefalonia begins
From Sunday's 5.9 magnitude quake, a series of aftershocks hit the Ionian island of Kefalonia yesterday. Sunday's earthquake caused widespread damage to roads and buildings
Yesterday the government called upon the army to help warm up the Ionian island of Kefalonia as most of the area is under darkness since the spell of bad weather on Tuesday.
Since the Athens Olympics held in August 2004, tourism arrivals from the US are showing clear signs of increasing.
Recently a study conducted by Robert Bittlestone, John Underhill and James Diggle has shown evidence that the home of Odysseus could in fact be Paliki, a peninsula located to the west of Kefalonia
With the growth in consumer and producer interest in organic products, an Organic Farmers Cooperative is formulating plans to market and sell organically raised livestock products over the Internet.
Admiral Shlomo Erel must have been a very proud man when he walked into the Kefalos theater in the town of Argostoli, the capital of the Ionian island of Kefalonia, on Aug 17, 2003.
To honor the efforts of countries that offered significant help during the massive earthquake that shook the Ionian Islands exactly 50 years ago this month, representatives from these countries will be honored at a ceremony
The Ministry of Culture confirmed yesterday that visitors will have the opportunity to view over 60 of Greece's archaeological sites including the most popular ones under the light of the August full moon next week.
Aikaterini Dellaporta, director of the Ministry of Culture's Department of Underwater Antiquities, recently divulged the existence of thousands of ancient shipwrecks in the waters of Greece, which have not yet been explored.
The filming for the movie "Captain Corelli's Mandolin" is expected to start next month is Kefalonia and to last till August.
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