Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles: Week of Feb 26 – Mar 3

Hope you had a great week! We love seeing more and more Positive Greek News articles online, though it’s making it harder to choose just 10! Take a look at this week’s Top 10.


Positive Greek News articles online

You know the drill…every week we scour the Greek news online (so you don’t have to!) and bring you our picks for the best of the week. So…. here is this week’s Top 10 Positive Greek News articles online.

 

This week's picks for Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles online

Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles this week: 

 

Elon Musk establishes Tesla Hub in Greece

Elon Musk’s Tesla, the US giant specializing in electric cars, energy storage and solar panel manufacturing has reportedly set up Tesla Greece, which would lead to the establishment of a R&D center in the capital of Athens. Read more

 

Entrepreneurs association ‘adopts’ remote Natura 2000 islet and its single resident

A little-known islet between Amorgos and Leros islands in the Aegean that is nevertheless protected under the Natura 2000 network, and its single permanent resident, have been “adopted” by the Hellenic Entrepreneurs Association (EENE), according to a report by ANT1 television on Thursday. Read more

 

Acropolis museum exhibition brings visitors to ancient religious site

A new temporary exhibition dedicated to the Elefsinian Mysteries opened at the Acropolis Museum in the Greek capital on Monday, taking visitors to a journey back to one of the most important religious sites of ancient Greece which remained a secret through the centuries. Read more

 

These students ARE what they eat: ‘Multicultural’ lunch is a showcase of students’ heritage

Friday was the first-ever multicultural lunch at the school. Students and their parents were invited to bring in dishes from around the world, and over the lunch period, people tried out a small sample of what the world had to offer. Read more

 

Three of the most beautiful islands in the world

Planet earth is littered with some insanely beautiful, isolated islands. Many are surrounded by bodies of clear blue waters teeming with extraordinary ocean life. Here are three of our favourites.  Read more

 

A taste of Greece: the new culinary scene on Tinos island

From beekeepers to winemakers, locals and newcomers are creating a foodie paradise on Tinos in the Cyclades – and turning old buildings into stylish places to stay, too. Read more

 

Artists Valyraki, Weldon hold ‘Women Bridging Worlds’ Exhibit in Greece

Two highly accomplished artists from different continents separated by thousands of miles are coming together for a joint exhibition in Greece through a relationship built upon shared involvement with the United States Sports Academy’s American Sport Art Museum & Archives (ASAMA). Read more

 

Greece to get Astrophysics Institute in Crete

Greece’s Foundation for Research and Technology is poised to launch the country’s first Astrophysics Institute, in cooperation with the University of Crete, which aims to become an international hub of research and innovation in the field. Read more

 

Greek Oregano among the healthiest and tastiest herbs on Earth

Most herb lovers agree Greek Oregano is the most flavoursome and certainly one of the best herbs in the world. Oregano grows practically everywhere in Greece and whether fresh or dried, it adds beneficial properties along with its characteristic fragrance and flavours to many dishes. Read more

 

GREECE: SUBWAY CONSTRUCTION UNEARTHS ANCIENT APHRODITE STATUE AND STUNNING MOSAIC FLOORS

A headless statue of Aphrodite was discovered during subway work in the Greek port city of Thessaloniki, which have been ongoing amid metro construction lasting more than a decade. The headless Aphrodite—the ancient Greek goddess of love, beauty and desire—was discovered near Thessaloniki’s Hagia Sophia, an ancient church dating back to the Byzantine era.  Read more

 


That’s it for this week! Check for a new list next Saturday!

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