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Nemesis Temple unearthed under ancient theater on Lesvos

A temple of Nemesis was found under the ancient theatre of Mytilini, on island of Lesvos, The remains of the temple of the ancient Greek goddess who enacts retribution against those who succumb to hubris (arrogance before the gods) were found in the south entry passage  under a series of …

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Residence permit applications possible via online platform

Citizens of third countries will be able to submit their applications for residence permit through an online platform, the Greek Migration Ministry said on Friday. Modernizing the services to foreigners living and working in Greece, the Ministry also announced the digitization of appointments with authorities as well as the authenticity …

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Intercity Express Athens-Thessaloniki: Schedules and ticket prices

Intercity express is the new high-speed train of TRAINOSE that covers the route Athens-Thessaloniki in just four hours. The intercity express starts its operation as of Monday, May 20, 2019. The route lasting 3 hours 57 minutes will have stops in Larissa and Paleofarsalo, while the route lasting 4 hours …

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No fiscal space left in 2019 for more benefits, says BoG Stournaras

The governor of Bank of Greece Yannis Stournaras sounded warning bells over the current Tsipras government pre-election measures, saying there is no “fiscal space” this year for further benefits beyond those foreseen in the currently executed 2019 budget. The one-time finance minister, before 2015, again reinforced his reputation as a …

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Earthquakes in Peloponnese bring rock into granny’s home yard

Granny Aggeliki Georgatou was already scared due to the several earthquakes that occurred in South-West Peloponnese on Monday. She was watching television, when she heard a tremble and heard a loud noise. It wasn’t an earthquake, though. It was a rock that detached from the mountain fell in the yard …

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