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Found: A Giant Bronze Arm From the Antikythera Shipwreck

Found: A Giant Bronze Arm From the Antikythera Shipwreck

The world’s most intriguing shipwreck keeps giving up more secrets.   First discovered in 1900, the shipwreck is perhaps most famous for the Antikythera Mechanism, the mysterious, clock-like contraption that’s still puzzling scientists. But underwater archaeologists also...
Greek Archaeologist Says He Has Found Aristotle’s Tomb

Greek Archaeologist Says He Has Found Aristotle’s Tomb

A Greek archaeologist who has been leading a 20-year excavation in northern Greece said on Thursday that he believed he had unearthed the tomb of Aristotle. In an address at a conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, commemorating the 2,400th anniversary of Aristotle’s birth, the...
The Peloponnese in Greece is the number one European destination that travellers need to see in 2016, according to Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Europe’ top 10 list.

Lonely Planet names Peloponnese top European destination in 2016

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The Peloponnese in Greece is the number one European destination that travellers need to see in 2016, according to Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Europe’ top 10 list.   Lonely Planet’s travel experts combed the continent to create the ultimate selection of European destinations to...
Acropolis Museum. Exhibition: Samothrace. The mysteries of the Great Gods

Samothrace. The mysteries of the Great Gods

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The Acropolis Museum commenced a series of exhibitions from regional Greece so that exceptional archaeological finds in remote museums can be brought to Athens and presented to a large Greek and foreign audience. The first exhibition titled ‘Samothrace. The mysteries of the Great...