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World’s Oldest Cat Sets New Record

World’s Oldest Cat Sets New Record World’s Oldest Cat Sets New Record Credit: (Video Screenshot) Guinness World Records / YouTube A 26-year-old British feline in southeast London has set a new world record for the oldest living cat. The Guinness World Records confirmed that Flossie, a beautiful brown and black, looks just as good and […]

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Oldest Underwater City in the Mediterranean is Pavlopetri in Greece

Oldest Underwater City in the Mediterranean is Pavlopetri in Greece Credit: Screen shot from video Pavlopetri (or “Paulopetri”) is a small islet off the coast of Laconia in the southern Peloponnese, where ancient history meets the endless blue of the Mediterranean Sea. This lovely place, which remains almost completely unknown to the majority of people, […]

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European Panorama | Athens | November 24-30

European Panorama | Athens | November 24-30 Athens’ oldest film event, the European Cinema Panorama, is coming back for its 35th installment at the Elli and Andorra movie theaters. The complete program will be posted soon on the festival’s website (panoramafest.org), but we do know that it will be opening with “Love According to Dalva,” […]

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Thorikos, Oldest Known Theater in the World Lies Abandoned in Greece

Thorikos, Oldest Known Theater in the World Lies Abandoned in Greece Thorikos archaeological site. Credit: Alun Salt, CC BY-SA 2.0/Wikipedia Commons Thorikos is an almost-forgotten archaeological site where the oldest known theater in existence still stands proudly, just north of the ancient mining town of Lavrio, east of Athens. The theater of Thorikos dates to […]

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Monastery of the Philosopher Among Oldest Byzantine Monuments in Greece

Monastery of the Philosopher Among Oldest Byzantine Monuments in Greece Old Monastery of the Philosopher with the New Monastery in the background, Arcadia, Greece. Credit: Wikimedia Commons Roman Klementschitz, Wien – Own work CC BY-SA 3.0 The Monastery of the Philosopher in Arcadia, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, is steeped in Greek history. Located […]

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Report: Athens Tower of the Winds is world’s oldest weather station (video)

Report: Athens Tower of the Winds is world’s oldest weather station (video) The Tower of the Winds in Athens is the oldest meteorological station in the world, and one of the most important ancient monuments in Greece, according to greekreporter.com. Standing just below the Athens Acropolis in the middle of the ancient Roman Agora, the […]

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The Ten Oldest Inhabited Cities in Greece

The Ten Oldest Inhabited Cities in Greece Temple of Apollo, Corinth. Credit: Jean Housen / wikimedia commons CC BY 3.0 Many of the oldest inhabited cities in Greece are still standing against all odds. They have survived to this day to narrate the history of Ancient Greece and confirm its influence in Western civilization. In […]

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World’s Oldest Computer and Ancient Greeks’ View of the Universe

World’s Oldest Computer and Ancient Greeks’ View of the Universe Fragment of the Antikythera mechanism from Ancient Greece — the world’s first computer. Credit: Marsyas/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 2.5 A bronze artifact salvaged from an ancient Greek shipwreck, recognized as the world’s oldest computer, may hold the secrets of the universe. By Mike Edmunds When we […]

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World’s Oldest Heart Discovered in Ancient Fish

World’s Oldest Heart Discovered in Ancient Fish World’s Oldest Heart Discovered in Ancient Fish Credit: Yasmine Phillips/Curtin University Within a preserved ancient fish estimated to be about 380 million years old, scientists found a heart. According to scientists, the specimen is indicative of a crucial stage in the development of the blood-pump organ present in […]

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Ancient Greek Derveni Papyrus: Europe’s Oldest Surviving Book

Ancient Greek Derveni Papyrus: Europe’s Oldest Surviving Book A segment of the ancient Greek Derveni Papyrus. Credit: Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki The Derveni papyrus, an ancient Greek papyrus roll is considered as Europe’s oldest surviving readable manuscript, dated roughly between 340 and 320 B.C. during the reign of Philip II of Macedon. Its name derives […]

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The Sweet History of the Oldest Bougatsa Shop in Chania, Crete

The Sweet History of the Oldest Bougatsa Shop in Chania, Crete Traditional Bougatsa from Iordanis, ιn Chania. Credit: Gabi Ancarola A substantial part of Greek culture is made up of culinary traditions from traditions passed down from one generation to the next. One such culinary landmark is the delicious pastry called bougatsa. A historic shop […]

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Greece’s Hydra Boasts the World’s Oldest Merchant Marine Academy

Greece’s Hydra Boasts the World’s Oldest Merchant Marine Academy Merchant Marine Academy Above Hydra Quay. Credit: Evangelos Tsigkaris Rising almost vertically from Hydra’s pier, there is a stately mansion housing the world’s oldest continuously operating merchant marine academy. Sailing and shipping, after all, is very much a knowledge-based business. For millennia, Aegean islanders have plied […]

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The Mystery of the Oldest Throne in Europe at the Palace of Knossos

The Mystery of the Oldest Throne in Europe at the Palace of Knossos The Minoan palace at Knossos in Crete is home to the oldest throne in Europe. Credit: Gary Bembridge/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 2.0 The magnificent throne room in the 15th century BC palace of Knossos in Crete at the center of Minoan civilization is […]

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2400-Year-Old Greek Ship is the Oldest Wreck Yet Discovered

2400-Year-Old Greek Ship is the Oldest Wreck Yet Discovered The shipwreck is the oldest yet discovered. Video screenshot/Maritime Archaeology Project The discovery of the ancient Greek shipwreck “Odysseus,” thought to be the oldest of its kind ever found, at the bottom of the Black Sea could change our understanding of shipbuilding and seafaring in the […]

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The Oldest Photograph of the Acropolis

The Oldest Photograph of the Acropolis The oldest photograph of the Acropolis, taken by Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey. Credit: Public Domain The Acropolis of Athens is probably one of the most photographed sites on the entire planet. However, one single picture has a particular value for the world: It is the oldest photograph of the […]

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Monemvasia: Europe’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Castle Town is in Greece

Monemvasia: Europe’s Oldest Continuously Inhabited Castle Town is in Greece Few places in Greece possess the combined charms, natural beauty, and historical significance to the extent that Monemvasia has to offer. Public Domain Monemvasia, on the southeastern shores of the Peloponnese, Greece is Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited castle town. Founded in 583 by inhabitants of […]

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Rotunda in Thessaloniki: The Oldest Surviving Church in Greece

Rotunda in Thessaloniki: The Oldest Surviving Church in Greece The imposing Rotunda in Thessaloniki. Public Domain The Rotunda, built by Roman emperor Galerius in 306 AD, is the oldest of Thessaloniki’s churches and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built at the turning point between the pagan and Christian world, probably as a temple […]

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Long-standing problems

Long-standing problems One of the worst and oldest structural problems of the Greek state has to do with overlapping responsibilities in the civil service.  Local authorities and government officials hide behind them to avoid doing their job. The result is that everyone, but also no one, is responsible.  We pay for this every time a […]

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Oldest Bridge in Europe Still in Use Found in Greece

Oldest Bridge in Europe Still in Use Found in Greece The Arkadiko bridge, one of the oldest in Europe, is located in Greece. Credit: Flausa123/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0 Perhaps the oldest bridge in Europe that is still in use today can be found in Greece; named the Arkadiko Bridge, it dates back to Mycenaean times. […]

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Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt is Written in Greek

Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt is Written in Greek Dried red lentils. Credit: /Wikimedia Commons/ The oldest written recipe discovered in Egypt is dated from approximately the year 300 AD. A recipe for red lentils, it was written on papyrus in the Greek language. The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities recently released a video […]

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The Oldest Street in Athens and Europe

The Oldest Street in Athens and Europe Tripodon Street today with the Monument of Lysicrates on the left. From the book “Plaka Through Time” The oldest street in Athens, and the whole of Europe, is about 2,500 years old — and is located in the Plaka neighborhood on the storied slopes of Acropolis Hill. A […]

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The Oldest Wine in Europe Has Been Discovered in Greece

The Oldest Wine in Europe Has Been Discovered in Greece Ancient grape seeds confirm that Greeks have been drinking wine for millennia. Credit: Nivet Dilmen, CC BY-SA 3.0 The oldest wine in Europe was discovered recently in ancient Philippi, northern Greece, the Department of History and Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki announced. The […]

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The Greek Origins of Marseille, France’s Oldest City

The Greek Origins of Marseille, France’s Oldest City The Greek origins of Marseille. Credit: Christophe.Finot, CC BY-SA 3.0/Wikimedia Commons The huge port city of Marseille, in the south of France was founded by Greeks back in 600 BC, when the first immigrants arrived in the area and established a trading colony. The Greeks are well […]

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Athens Tower of the Winds is World’s Oldest Meteorological Station

Athens Tower of the Winds is World’s Oldest Meteorological Station Tower of the Winds below the Acropolis Hill. Credit: NikosFF/Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 4.0 The Tower of the Winds in Athens is the oldest meteorological station in the world, and one of the most important ancient monuments in Greece. Standing just below the Acropolis, in […]

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The Oldest Greek School in the United States Still Stands

The Oldest Greek School in the United States Still Stands The Oldest Schoolhouse in the US in St. Augustine, FL. Credit: User: Shreeg88 /Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 2.5 Incredibly, the oldest wooden school in the United States, which is still standing, was a Greek school operated by Greek immigrants. Built in the very historic city of […]

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Oldest City in Europe is Strofilas in Greece

Oldest City in Europe is Strofilas in Greece Strofilas excavation of the oldest city in Europe from above. Credit: Strofilas Excavation/Facebook Strofilas on the island of Andros in Greece is the oldest city in Europe. Dating to 4500 – 3200 BC, is the largest settlement of the Late Neolithic Age. Strofilas was found almost intact […]

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Manhattan’s Oldest Chocolate House Started by a Greek

Manhattan’s Oldest Chocolate House Started by a Greek Li-Lac Chocolates, Manhattan’s oldest chocolate house, was founded by Greece’s George Demetrious, in 1923. Credit: Brecht Bug/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Li-Lac Chocolates, Manhattan’s oldest chocolate house, was founded by Greece’s George Demetrious. The history of Li-Lac starts in 1923, when Demetrious, a Greek native who studied the art […]

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Oldest Lighthouse in the World Once Stood off the Pelion Peninsula

Oldest Lighthouse in the World Once Stood off the Pelion Peninsula The coast of Pelion, Greece once housed the oldest lighthouse in the world: AntyHoc/Wikimedia Commons/ CC BY-SA 4.0 Few people are aware that the deadly Lefteris Reef located off the coast of the Pelion peninsula in Greece, where many ships have come to grief, […]

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World’s Oldest Mosaic Uncovered in Central Turkey

World’s Oldest Mosaic Uncovered in Central Turkey Archaeologists unearth the world’s oldest mosaic. Video screenshot The world’s oldest mosaic has been discovered in Yozgat, central Turkey. Archaeologist excavated the design in Yogat’s Sorgun district. The mosaic measure 10 by 23 feet, is comprised of 3,147 stones, and is thought to be over 3,500 years old. […]

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Theopetra Cave: The Oldest Human Construction on Earth

Theopetra Cave: The Oldest Human Construction on Earth Credit: Tolis-3kala /Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 4.0 Theopetra Cave, located in the Meteora limestone rock formations of Thessaly, Central Greece, is likely to be the place of the oldest human construction on earth, as findings indicate that the cave was inhabited as early as 130,000 years ago. According to […]

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