At the Olympic Games, it isn’t the most beautiful or strongest who are crowned, but those who compete. Aristotle Every year from 23 to 30 of September, the European Week of Sport takes place. The initiative started officially in 2015 to fight the growing inactivity of the Europeans. It aims to encourage a healthy and […]
On the verge of a crucial electoral year for Greece, with the European and local elections taking place in May and the vote for the Parliament renewal coming in autumn, we tried to find out how the crisis affected the way Greeks look at politics, and their mood right before going to vote.
Are you a European citizen? If so, you will be able to vote in the European elections this year! They take place between 23 and 26 of May. To encourage people to vote, the European Parliament launched the portal ‘What Europe does for me’. This portal, also called #EUandME, gives clear, concrete examples of how […]
Greece’s 8th Century Byzantine Church Agia Kyriaki located on Naxos island has been awarded by 2018 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards, which is, in fact, one of Europe’s top honors in the field of cultural heritage. The restoration of the Byzantine church of Agia Kyriaki has been awarded in the category of the “Conservation” for the year 2018.
Did you know that some time ago the G20 in Hamburg happened? Well, if you didn’t, here’s a good way to catch up with what happened during the meeting between the 20 biggest economic powers of the world.