Greece from Home

Hashtags Elsewhere on the web, during the Coronavirus Pandemic, tourism leaders in Greece are offering virtual tours. Hashtag: #greecefromhome Key Links Greece From Home Archive Media Assets Facebook YouTube Playlist @VisitGreecegr Questions = Ερωτήσεις Is there a schedule of upcoming live videos? = Υπάρχει ένα πρόγραμμα επερχόμενων ζωντανών βίντεο; What are the tourism trends in …

Greece Links

Greece Flag Links related to Greece presented in somewhat random fashion: Headlines What happened on Santorini when the tourism ‘machine’ stopped – CNN Filmmaker Costa-Gavras on politics, cinema and his new film on the Greek financial crisis- DW Embracing Ancient Greek Traditions in Poros and the Peloponnese – Transitions Abroad In Greece, the mainland is …

Greece = Ελλάδα

Photo: Theilr, Parthenon Greece or Ελλάδα borders Albania, North Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north and Turkey to the east. In April 2020 we are exploring the country via virtual tours. Hashtag: #greecefromhome. Greece from Home Google Maps goo.gl/maps/6YZfWnEcYxZgv1FK8 Photos Places Athens, Greece Crete Features Ecoclub Greek Parthenon Marbles Planeta.com Greece Links Europe Europe Links

Athens Links

Athens Flag Links related to Athens, Greece presented in somewhat random fashion: Headlines https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/greece-strike-transport-travel-shutdown-train-tram-metro-athens-ferry-a8654471.html Mexico Connection Taking cultural diplomacy to the streets – Athens Insider @InsiderAthens Elsewhere on the Web cityofathens.gr/en/ visitgreece.gr/en/main_cities/athens 11 Things to do in Athens – ECOCLUB Greek Minister calls for new Tourism model, plays up Ecotourism – ECOCLUB Will the Olympics …

Parthenon Marbles

Photo: Matt Brown, Marbles The Parthenon Marbles (Greek: Γλυπτά του Παρθενώνα) are a collection of Classical Greek marble sculptures made under the supervision of the architect and sculptor Phidias and his assistants. They were originally part of the temple of the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. From 1801 to 1812, agents …