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Storm DANIEL damages railway network in Central Greece

Storm Daniel caused damages to the railway network in Central Greece, with 50 km of railway track and signalling from Domokos to Krannonas stations in Central Greece have been damaged in storm Daniel. Managing director of network managing company OSE, Panagiotis Terzakis, told state-run news agency amna,that the damages caused …

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Corinth Canal closes again due to restoration works

The Corinth Canal has closed again to sea traffic and will re-open next summer, the Corinth Canal Company said in an announcement on Tuesday. According to the statement, the Canal closed at 07:00 a.m. on October 4, 2022, The first phase of the re-operation of the Corinth Canal ended on …

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Impressive Monument of Episkopi, Sikinos, wins European Heritage Awards 2022

The Monument of Episkopi, a Roman mausoleum converted to a Byzantine church on the Greek island of Sikinos, was among the winners of the 2022 European Heritage Awards, announced on Thursday by the European Commission and Europa Nostra. This impressive Roman mausoleum of EPISKOPI was converted to a Byzantine church, …

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Phidias Workshop – Early Christian Basilica in Olympia to be restored

The workshop of the most emblematic sculptor of the Antique, Phidias, in ancient Olympia will be restored after the Central Archaeoglogical Council (KAS) approved its restoration, the Greek Culture Ministry said on Tuesday. The restorations will  give an extremely interesting picture of the archeological site of Olympia, while it will …

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Greece will contribute to Notre Dame restoration, says Culture Minister

Greece will contribute to efforts to restore the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Greek Culture Minister Myrsini Zorba said on Tuesday. Expressing her deep sorrow for the disaster, Zorba told Athens-Macedonian News Agency’s radio station ‘Praktoreio FM‘ that Greece will support the effort to restore the Cathedral. “When we see …

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