On our arrival at the Sani Resort, a family-owned ecological reserve covering some 1,000 acres and with stunning, golden beaches, we were warmly welcomed by the ever-helpful Angelina in Guest Relations, offered a glass of fizz and presented...Show More Summary
Finally: Greece’s crisis-stricken economy has returned to growth following six years of recession, official data showed Friday, marking an end to one of the steepest and longest economic contractions in postwar European history. But Matt O’Brien warns that “Greece’s comeback, like its collapse, will be nasty, brutish, and long”: Greece’s depression … is still nowhere […]
ON NOVEMBER 14th Greece received a welcome surprise. Revised GDP figures showed that it had emerged from recession earlier this year, growing for each of the first three quarters (on a quarterly basis). The wounds of its lengthy contraction will not soon heal, however. Show More Summary
...Rwanda. And the biggest collapse in prosperity since 2009 has occurred in Greece - stunningly outpacing war torn, sanctioned Syria to the downside. Source: Prosperity.com
Prosecutors in the trials to disband Golden Dawn claim the group slaughtered sheep to practice knife techniques, carried around bazookas, and was training to “break into parliament with tanks.”
Unemployment in Greece dropped in August to 25.9 percent in seasonally-adjusted terms, from July's revised estimate of 26.1 percent. ||| Athens - Unemployment in Greece dropped in August to 25.9 percent in seasonally-adjusted terms, from July's revised estimate of 26.1 percent, the statistics agency ELSTAT said Thursday. Show More Summary
Archaeologists in Greece have made their biggest find yet inside an ancient tomb that goes back to the days of Alexander the Great: bones. The discovery at the site near what was once Amphipolis could finally answer the question of who was buried there in the 4th century BC, reports...
It takes a lot to power a country — and though it’s small, Greece is no exception Lignite is a soft, crumbly form of brown coal that has low carbon content, high water content and causes more pollution than black coal. Still, it accounts...Show More Summary
Via Discovery News: A skeleton has emerged from the Alexander the Great-era tomb in Amphipolis in northern Greece, according to a news announcement by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Wednesday. At least one archaeologist has suggested...Show More Summary
Archaeologists have found skeletal remains inside a limestone grave at a vast ancient tomb in Greece dating to Alexander the Great’s era, the most significant discovery to date at the site. The Amphipolis site is believed to be the largest ancient tomb to have been discovered in Greece, and...
At the Greener Shipping Summit – Ships of the Future conference held in Athens yesterday, Dr. Nikolaos Kakalis, Head of DNV GL Strategic Research & Innovation in Greece,
Archaeologists have long speculated about who might be buried in the Amphipolis tomb. The ancient burial site, found in Greece's Serres region, dates to 325-300 B.C.E., and scientists believe it was built after the death of Alexander the Great. Show More Summary
Amateur Traveler uses smugmug for its travel photos.Receive A $200 Air Credit Per Couple On 2014 Air Inclusive Europe Tours I was trying to take a picture of the fresh fruit in […] The post Market and Market Goer – Athens, Greece appeared first on Amateur Traveler Travel Podcast.
The Macedonian prime minister Nikola Gruevski’s love affair with statues began with Alexander the Great. In 2011, much to the consternation of Greece, Gruevski had the world’s largest sculpture of the warrior king installed in Skopje’s central square. Now, after peppering the capital with grandiose...
Each Country Has ITS great Inventors – Archimedes in ancient Greece, Alexander Popov in Russia, Thomas Edison in the United States … There is not really Still ITS Inventors Recognized in China, and Today we Will Talk About Them specifically. Certainly Their Invention CAN Compared with not BE, Say, A Radio or telephone, But, nevertheless, […]
On the heels of today's dreadful, and very un-hockey-stick-like recovery, data on the Greek economy, it appears the government has found a solution to the various problems of joblessness and poor education. As KeepTalkingGreece reports,...Show More Summary
Two words tell you all you need to know about today's equity trading... no volume (lowest since Aug27th). The main theme of today - away from stock markets - was to unwind some or all of Friday's moves on the dismal Italy/Greece data:...Show More Summary
Greece’s Keep Shelly In Athens have a new singer and a new song. Myrtha, who replaces the band’s previous singer, Sarah P, has a dreamy, light vocal style that weaves in and out of the processed guitars and electric melody in the Euro-lounge song, “Fractals.” The duo (Myrtha and Keep Shelly In Athens founder R??) [...]
Greece’s Keep Shelly in Athens introduce the wistful, breathy sighs of new singer Myrtha with... Read more »