Greece News - Page 4
After the very successful 48 Hour Film Project in Athens for two years in the row, in 2007 and 2008, this year, Francesco Vitali presents the 48 Hour Film Project Go Green!
Since October 1st, 2009, the first Greek air company Olympic Airways has been renamed to Olympic Air and works under private administration.
Five Greek islands are included in the list with the 111 best islands of the world, as published by National Geographic.
Wild fires are still burning in many areas and islands all over Greece, with Attica having been the most affected.
The 212 passengers of F/B Marina of GA Ferries lived an exhaustive adventure this weekend, when their ferry was tied up in the port of Samos island on Saturday night.
81 archaeological sites and monuments will stay open tonight till 01.00 am, so that visitors can enjoy the romantic full moon of August.
35 cultural associations in Crete have taken the initiative to save and protect the historical olive trees that are scattered all over the island.
According to an alternative theory for the greenhouse effect, temperatures will get lower if we paint streets and sidewalks white.
Greece got the second rank among 30 countries in the International Program "Blue Flags" that awards the cleanest and best organized beaches of the world.
A new passenger ferry starts its itineraries from June 6th to connect Attica with some remote islands of the Aegean Sea.
Alexander the Great was voted as the Most Important Greek of all times, after the large poll organized by the Greek television channel Sky and lasted for over a year.
Strikes in Blue Star ferry company and the green metro line takes place on May 1st and no itinerary will be held.
The legendary Scorpions will make a mini tour around Greece this summer. Many years after their "golden era", the Scorpions see that they remain very popular among the Greeks.
Only 14 days remain till Saturday, March 28th, 08.30 p.m, when the world will turn its lights off for one hour to show its concern about climate change.
The ferry company Blue Star, member of Attica Group, is starting a new itinerary that will connect Piraeus directly to the remote island of Kastelorizo, off Rhodes, close to the Turkish coasts.