The Ministry of Culture of Greece has announced plans to finally convert the massive 10,000-acre Tatoi Estate into an international tourist destination.
Greece’s Ministry of Culture has certified the Museum of Environment of Stymfalia and the Museum of Brick and Tile Making.
According to the European voice of civil society, Europa Nostra, several Greek islands are in danger of losing their cultural heritage.
The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and ECTAA have agreed to make Greece the Preferred Destination.
Greece’s Ministry of Culture is determined to reboot contemporary culture at heritage sites across the country.
Greece’s Minister of Culture Lina Medoni has announced a feaster track for the opening of the Archaeological Museum of Chania.
Cultural activities and events in Greece will play a huge part in the country’s promotion as a tourism destination, according to the GNTO.
PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis considers the Culture Minister Lina Mendoni not just a trustee of our heritage but a development ministry as well.
The “Greek Paths of Culture” of the Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage (ELLET) has won a Europa Nostra Heritage Award.
Today, the fate of some of the world’s most treasured Minoan landmarks is still mired in a European bureaucratic bog.
Not all European Union initiatives are well thought out. An EU-funded program created back in the 1980s to get Greek fishermen to scrap their traditional fishing boats (“kaikia”) now threatens Greece’s seafaring heritage. Organizations pitted against the destruction have launched the #savekaikia movement to save this irreplaceable fleet. According to the news from the South Aegean […]
In a recent Athens meet-up decision makers discussed the further promotion, maintenance, and protection of the great cultural heritage of Crete’s Lassithi Plateau. The focus of the meeting was on Dictaean Cave, as well as other prominent Lassithi cultural sites, and a coming visit by the Minister of Culture of Greece to Crete.