Panagia Soumela Monastery: Pilgrimage to the ancient cradle of Pontic Hellenism

Carved into Mount Melas in Trabzon, the Monastery of Panagia Soumela has stood proudly for over 1,600 years.

Memories that ‘bleed’: A visit to the Armenian Genocide Museum

The wine, the conversation with Maria and Aram, all pieces in the puzzle of my stay in Armenia’s capital had been carefully placed.

Festival Hellenika to host ‘Magna Graecia’ film screening in SA

Festival Hellenika will host the ‘Magna Graecia: The Greko of Calabria’ talk and short film screening on Friday, May 31 at 7pm.

Delving into the Battle of Crete with the Athens War Museum

The Greek island of Crete is renowned for its beauty and ruggedness. Its people's hospitality and food are also alluring.

Preserving tradition: The Psaltries Choir of Melbourne and the beauty of Byzantine music

The Psaltries Choir of Melbourne stands as a beacon of artistic excellence and cultural preservation within the realm of Byzantine music.


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After twenty years of rule and having tasted for the first time the heavy defeat in the elections, the Turkish President resorted to neo-Ottomanism.

Simon Kennedy sends message to Greek community ahead of Cook by-election

The Liberal candidate for Cook, Simon Kennedy, has sent a message to the Greek community on why he should be elected in the Cook by-election.


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