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Positive Greek News
We’re dedicated to bringing you only positive Greek news. Every week, we bring you the good news, shining the light on all the innovative and exciting people, organizations, businesses, and happenings in our community. As your source for positive Greek news, our staff follows news about Greeks and Greece online, and votes on their top positive news articles of the week. Every Saturday, we bring you the best of the week. Wondering what’s the good Greek news online this week? Without further ado…
Top 10 positive Greek news articles this week:
The Athens Dental Tourism Cluster aims to attract Greek-American and Greek-Canadian dental tourists. Read more
There’s something about caves that automatically intrigue us — remember those stunning marble caves in Chile? You can take a dip into the clear blue waters surrounding Zakynthos Island in Greece where you’ll find the famous Blue Caves. Read more
The Simone & Cino Del Duca Foundation (La Fondation Simone & Cino Del Duca) has awarded the French School at Athens and the Greek Culture Ministry the grand prize in archaeology (Grand Prix d’archéologie ), for archaeological works carried out in Thassos. Read more
Crumbly cubes of feta cheese and thick yogurt may be what first come to mind when thinking about Greece’s culinary exports. But with craft cocktails as pervasive as ever, Mastiha is also slowly acquiring this coveted status. Read more
It can be a struggle deciding which Greek Island to head to on holiday, but Crete should definitely top the list. The picturesque town of Agios Nikoloas boasts amazing views of the Aegean sea – but one hotel in particular offer unrivaled panoramic scenes. Read more
The Athens Chamber of Small and Medium-Sized Industries (BEA) is planning to expand the use of the mark indicating products of Greek origin to non-food categories, such as apparel, furniture and toys. Read more
Many are calling it the new Berlin, and it’s now hosting one of world’s most important art fairs. Here’s how to get the best out of Athens this summer. Read more.
Nearly 70 years after his parents left an idyllic Mediterranean island for a one-bedroom basement apartment in cold, rainy New York City, Harris Pastides is making his first trip to the spot where they arrived in America. Read more
Few tourists venture beyond the Mani’s spectacular Diros caves, but further south lies a dramatic coastline of sleepy fishing coves and fortified villages. Read more