Tourism increase in Crete

“Crete plays a leading role, with tourism increases above the average  in Greece and in 2017 we expect it to reach  10% and 4.5 million international arrivals,” stressed Elena Koundoura, Minister of Tourism in an interview to In-On magazine. Question. What Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Cross cultural dialog

Promoting culture and inter cultural dialog, the dissemination of education, enhancement in science and the promotion of communication with respect to the values of each culture, constitute the cornerstones of UNESCO. In Greece there are ten places More particularly in: Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

The return of Greek Scientists to the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas

The Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH) contributed to the return of a large number of distinguished and younger scientists to our country who work as researchers or associate professors in Greek universities. The FORTH is one of Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Human souls kept in the traffickers’ holds

«We set as the first issue peace in the Middle East and particularly in Syria. No matter how many walls are erected by affluent societies or how many patrols are launched, misery will find a way to penetrate and provoke Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

First Ladies – Mrs. Evi Apostolakis

Emphasis on the public space and its retrieval by the citizens through culture: events, concerts, activities for adults and children, free of charge «The fundamental problems we face have to do with ineffective bureaucratic procedures as well as the need Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

ANCIENT GREECE: 4th century BC till 3rd century BC

The archaeologists Demelena Ladogianni and Giannis Stogias illustrate the cost of food products in the market of Ancient Greece. “The base of the ancient Attica diet during the  4th-3rd century BC consisted of  cereals, olive oil, figs, grapes and wine Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

New business partnerships between Crete and Italy

“Greece is the fourth exporter of Italy. Cretans play a leading role, having managed to create business units on food production based on the uniqueness of Cretan raw materials. Indeed, agro tourism has been developed in Crete which can be Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

First Ladies – Mrs. Mary Tzanaki

“A workshop was held for “the human rights and peace” by the members of the Pan Cretan Association-Women Division while there was a meeting with the wife of the Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan in her residence in Ankara in September Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

«FATHER» OF THE LABOR DAY IN GREECE

Stavros Kallergis The forerunner of the socialist movement of Greece Stavros Kallergis, the founder of the socialist movement of Greece (1865-1926) was born in Rethymnon (Choumeri- Mylopotamos in Crete). During events commemorating May 1st realized annually in Rethymnon, Crete, his Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

IDEON ANDRON – OLYMPIA – HERAION IN SAMOS PLACES OF WORSHIP

John Sakellarakis Archaeologist, professor at the University of Heidelberg and member of the Greek Archaeological Service The third excavation of John Sakellarakis was called “the highest Greek excavation” due to the difficulty in finding the archaeological findings. John Sakellarakis (1936 Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more