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Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

Impressive Mycenaean chamber tomb from 14c BC discovered in Orchomenos

A chamber tomb of significant archaeological importance has been discovered in Orchomenos, Viotia, Greece’s Ministry of Culture & Sports announced on Monday. Describing the discovery as  “one of the largest Mycenaean carved chamber tombs ever found in Greece,”  a Ministry statement said that the construction of the chamber tomb dates …

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UPD Strikes and work stoppages in Athens Public Transport Sept 12-15/2017

Workers at Athens Public Transport Means will stage several work stoppages during the week, September 12 – 15, 2017. Strike & Work Stoppage schedule: Tues, Sept 12: Urban train ISPA will operate until 9 p.m. Wed, Sept 13: Buses and Trolleys  will operate from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thu, …

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Crazy Greek weather forecast: Sunshine, Storms and Hail

Greece is a divided country: sunshine, storms and hail. National Meteorology Service (EMY) has issued a weather warning for Monday, September 11th 2017. Main characteristics of the weather deterioration are storms, hail and very strong south winds reaching up to 9 Beaufort in the Ionian Sea and the shores of …

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