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The Palace where Alexander the Great was born revealed in “coastal” Pella

The Palace where Alexander the Great was born is being revealed and archaeologists estimate that the site will be able to receive visitors as of summer 2021. The palace is located in Pella, western Macedonia, northern Greece. In this building, part of which was excavated in 1957, when no one …

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Archaeological Museum of Pella receives Traveler’s Choice Award 2020

The Archaeological Museum of Pella was awarded the 2020 Traveler’s Choice Award by the international travel site Tripadvisor. This is an award given to businesses, places to visit, attractions, monuments, etc., which consistently receive excellent reviews from travelers and are ranked within the top 10% of Tripadvisor’s proposals. Situated near …

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Civil Protection imposes “mini lockdown” in 4 Regional Units in North Greece

Greece’s Civil Protection impose restrictive measures – so-called: mini lockdown – against the spread of the coronavirus in four Regional Units in northern Greece. According to a press release, the decision follows an extraordinary meeting at the Civil Protection Operation Center on Thursday and the new epidemiological data that have …

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Locals in North Greece set hotel on fire to prevent refugees’ resettlement

Far-right locals opposing the settlement of refugees and migrants in the Prefecture of Pella, western Macedonia, set on fire a hotel that would host them and burned it down, while they attacked the owners of another hotel with stones. The group resettled from the overcrowded hotspot of Moria had to …

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Powerful storm in North-West Greece causes severe damages

A powerful storm swept throughοut north-western Greece on Saturday causing severe damages mainly in agricultural land, turning roads into rivers and squares into lakes. The biggest damages are been recorded in Athyra, Pella prefecture, where the storm uprooted trees. Many of them fell on the roofs of houses. A centenarian …

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Ambulance worker received full salary for 5 years but never appeared to work

For five whole years an employee at the ambulance service EKAV has been receiving his monthly salary month in, month out. However, he never bothered to appear at the service and do his duty. How could he? The man was very busy: he was working at the cafeteria of his …

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Greek Minister Tzakri: Another Blond to Bite the Political Dust?

newspaper APOKALYPSEIS Hardly has the dust of Gerekou- scandal settled down, another Blond Deputy Minister is likely to line to the queue to hit the road, if the accusations proven true. Theodora  Tzakri, Deputy Minister of Interior, Decentralization & e-Gevernment is  being accused to have allegedly  ordained  36 cousins, relatives …

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