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Freshly dipped in 24-karat gold olive wreaths have arrived from Marathon, Greece, to be awarded to the four winners of the 2015 Boston Marathon. The wreaths were...

Greeks dye Eggs red for Orthodox Eastervideo

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For Greek Orthodox Christians one of the oldest Easter traditions are red-dyed eggs. Here's why we do it and how you can do it too,...

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U.S. President Barack Obama expressed his support to Greece and its people on the occasion of the Greek Independence Day. March 25 marks the annual celebration...

Miami

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Miami might be the latin capital of the United States,  however,  mayor City Thomas Regalado did not forget to issue a proclamation on the occasion...

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"Through My Eyes: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Flushing, New York" is a collection of newspaper articles written by journalist/photographer Catherine Tsounis from 1987-2014....

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Greek immigrants began to permanently settle in the American continent approximately at the end of the 19th century, with the majority choosing to live...

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Unsung heroes are the builders of societies. The average person, unknown to many of us, creates centers of civilization and religion. Their story is...

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The Brooklyn Museum's "Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe" exhibition explores the origins of high heels worn by women and men across the world...

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"China Maritime Silk Road Antiques Photo Exhibition" was held from December 15 to 20, 2014, on the first floor of the United Nations Headquarters in...

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Visitors from across the world will have the opportunity to steal a glance at a lesser-known side of the ancient Greek Parthenon, its severely deteriorated...

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Have you ever pondered what it means to be human nowadays? Considering the fact that this question is extremely vague and difficult to be...

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The people and visitors of Los Angeles will have the great opportunity of seeing one of the most famous paintings of Eugene Delacroix, the...