Traditional celebrations are a huge part of Greek culture. This article highlights the most important national holidays, cultural events, religious festivals and other special days in Greece.
You may have heard of the Greek “evil eye”. But did you know that this concept, which is quite common in contemporary Greek culture, goes back thousands of years? Let’s find out more about this ancient Greek belief.
Many people who visit Greece want to learn some basic Greek phrases and words before their vacation. This article includes some useful Greek words, and a few common phrases that Greeks use on a daily basis. Ιncludes a couple of popular rude words, just for fun!
On Monday 28 October 2024, Greeks all around the world will celebrate OXI Day. So what is this day with the strange name? Here is some more information!
The most well known Ancient Greek philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, helped shape life in Ancient Greece and influenced western philosophy. Here’s a guide to the 12 most influential philosophers from Greece.
Athens is the capital and largest city in Greece. Did you know that it was named after Athena, the Ancient Greek goddess? Here’s the whole story!
You’ve probably heard of the Greek Gods of Mount Olympus. But do you know their names, their powers, or what the Ancient Greeks thought about them? Here’s some info on the Olympic Gods.
Greek Mythology Movies will transport you to another era, when the ancient Greek civilization flourished. This list includes famous blockbusters, as well as less known movies and TV shows.
On April 18, it’s the World Heritage Day, or International Day for Monuments and Sites. Greece offers free entrance to all archaeological sites and public museums. Here’s all you need to know for this important day.
Special celebrations will be in place for Independence Day in Greece 2021. Here is some historical background, and a little more information on what to expect on 25 March 2021.