a fine gold collection of the Shower Treasure from the Roman era, on display in its display case at the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Old Cairo. While some European countries are reopening their doors to international tourists, Egypt has already been trying for months to attract themRead More →

Straight from the biography: “Edward Slingerland is a distinguished academic researcher and professor of Asian studies at the University of British Columbia, with adjunct positions in psychology and philosophy, as well as co-director of the Center for the Study of the Human Evolution, Cognition and Culture and Director of theRead More →

As part of the program agreement between the Ministry of Culture and Sports and the Municipality of Athens At yesterday’s meeting of the Central Archaeological Council, the framework of the works and works related to the renovation, restoration and promotion of the declared archaeological site of the Pnykos Hills, NymphsRead More →

With the phrase “TRIPOLI – Cradle of Victory and Freedom for all of Greece”, the mayor of Tripoli Costas Tzioumis presented online by the Malliaropoulio Theater of the city, in a short and comprehensive analysis of the reasoning, with which the events, objectives and ambitions of the program of theRead More →

An aerial photo shows how the “Underwater Forest” helps purify water in Nanhu Lake in Jiaxing, east China’s Zhejiang Province. File photo: Courtesy of CCCC As the COVID-19 pandemic has crippled international travel, a growing number of Chinese infrastructure companies are considering projects related to the “Beautiful China” strategy, believingRead More →