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Greece opens ancient water clock in Athens to visitors

Greek heritage authorities have opened up to the public, for the first time in decades, a landmark 2,000-year-old clock tower in a major Athens archaeological site. The culture ministry said Wednesday the Tower of the Winds, built in the 1st Century B.C. by the astronomer Andronikos Kyrrhestes, has undergone extensive conservation. It said the interior […]

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Cultural walking and wine tasting experience in Plaka “Nunc est bibendum”

Date: Sunday May 15th at 11:00am Meeting point: “Vryssaki, Living Space of Art and Action” 17 Vrysakiou, Plaka www.vryssaki.gr   Greece is one of the most important producers of wine and although in the modern world Greek wine didn’t receive a very good promotion and publicity, at least until very recently, we know that in […]

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