Along with their bottle of white Assyrtiko wine, the thousands who visit the Aegean island of Santorini every year can now leave with another souvenir of their holidays: Santopoly, an ingenious board game created by a young Greek couple.
While there are numerous coffee-table and other such books on the cemetery, there has never been a comprehensive a guide for people interested in its outdoor sculpture and the eminent men and women who are buried there.
One of the first things the visitor to Ellinogermaniki Agogi notices is about a dozen fascinating projects on display at the entrance, the work of students at this private school in the northeast Athenian suburb of Pallini.
Critically acclaimed and award-winning Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, of “Lobster” and “Dogtooth” fame, returns to one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world to launch his latest project.
Photographer and mountaineer Babis Giritziotis knows Mount Olympus like few others and has spent the past few months capturing the views from its highest peaks in a fascinating 360-degree tour of the home of the ancient gods.
A photograph made available on Tuesday shows the inside of the tunnel of the Eupalinian Aqueduct in Pythagorio on the island of Samos, after its restoration. The work on the 1,036-meter tunnel was completed on Monday, reopening to the public the 6th century BC monument, which is regarded as one of the most important technical works of ancient times. [Simela Pantzartzi/EPA]