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Plato’s Academy, Athens Greece’s Archaeological Council (KAS) has approved the studies submitted by the Municipality of Athens and the Athens Ephorate of Antiquities for the project involving the regeneration of the park and archaeological site located at Plato’s Academy. The project includes the area’s upgrade and promotion, and foresees the announcement of an
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Grilled halloumi cheese. Photo source: Visit Cyprus The European Commission has registered Cyprus’ halloumi cheese as a protected designation of origin (PDO) product, protecting the valuable name against imitation and misuse across the EU. Only halloumi produced in Cyprus according to the product specification is now allowed to use the registered name, bringing clear
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The Arcadia Chamber has launched a new campaign that aims to promote the area’s tourism offerings and support the recovery of local tourism enterprises that have been impacted by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Located in the Peloponnese, Arcadia attracts domestic and international travelers all year round due to its diverse landscape that combines coastal areas […]
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Greek Civil Protection Deputy Minister Nikos Hardalias. Greece’s General Secretariat of Civil Protection has announced that shops in the regional units of Thessaloniki and Achaia will re-open to consumers next week, as of Monday, April 12, under Covid-19-secure guidelines. Speaking during the Covid-19 media briefing, Greek Civil Protection Deputy Minister Nikos Hardalias