Ancient Greece in Mexico City: Exhibit Keramika

Greek Antiquities and Dimitris Yeros’ Photos at Mexico’s Museo Nacional de Antropología

Since last month the Museo Nacional de Antropología (MNA) in Mexico City is hosting the gala exhibition “Keramiká. Materia divina de la Antigua Grecia”. The...
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Meet The Greeks of Medellin, Colombia

The small Greek community of Medellin, Colombia, comprised mainly of entrepreneurs and professionals, is booming. Colombia's second-largest city, called the "City of Eternal Spring" for...

1st Greek-Argentinian Conference on Civilization and Economic Crisis

Greece returned to Buenos Aires, this time through the organization of the 1st Greek-Argentinian conference, titled "Greece: Cradle of Western Civilizations: influence on...

The Orthodox Church of Puerto Rico Enters into Communion with the Catholic Church

The Pan Orthodox Church of St. Spyridon (San Espiridion) in Trujillo Alto, PR community were received into the Catholic Church as a Greco Catholic...

1st Ship to Pass Through Expanded Panama Canal Sails from Greece

The container ship Cosco Shipping Panama, which on June 26 will be the first to pass through the expanded Panama Canal, set sail Saturday...

Greek Culture Promoted in Argentina

The Greek Cultural non-profit foundation in Buenos Aires, the “Fundacion Helenica”, aims at promoting Greek culture. Two years after its founding, “Fundacion Helenica” under...
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Heladeria Americana: The Greek Ice Cream Legend of Colombia

A Greek immigrant named Andreas Aristidou, singlehandedly brought ice cream to Colombia in the 1930's -- and since then, three generation of Greeks have...

Bomb Explodes at Greek Embassy in Buenos Aires

A bomb exploded early Thursday in front of the Greek embassy in the Argentinian capital, causing material damage but no injuries, police said. Foreign Ministry...
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Mexican University Celebrates Its Foundation and Greece!

The University of the Cloister of Sor Juana (Universidad de Claustro de Sor Juana) celebrated its foundation on the 28th of March with a Greek themed event that had it all, from Homer and the Ancients to Zorba dancing and Papazoglou songs.

Antonio Taquis: A Greek in Panama

The first Greeks went to Panama in the late 1800's, many due to the construction of the French Canal. There were just a few...