The Archaeological Museum of Amfissa exhibits finds from Amfissa and other sites of Phokida, dating from the Bronze Age to the Early Byzantine period.
«Ochi Day» commemorates the rejection by Greeks of the ultimatum made by Italian dictator Benito Mussolini on 28 October 1940, the Greek counterattack against the invading Italian forces during the Greco-Italian War, and the Greek Resistance during the Axis occupation.
The European Cultural Center of Delphi is inaugurating the photographic exhibition «Sanctity» on Saturday 28th of October 2017 at 19:00.
The story of Prometheus known in Greek mythology as the creator of mankind and its greatest benefactor who stole fire from Olympian Gods and gave it to men. Prometheus became a symbol of striving towards the scientific knowledge and the risk of unintended consequence which could also result in tragedy. Enjoy his story from the pen of James Baldwin.
In Greek mythology Hyperboreans were a mythical people and Hyperborea, their land was an unspecified region in the north, beyond Thrace, the land of Boreas, the god of the North Wind.
Polygnotus, one of the most appreciated painter of Greece (5th c. BC.) is known for his frescoes in the Lesche of the Knidians, at Delphi.
Did you know that Greece is one of the few world producers of bauxite and aluminium? It is highly probable that a part or even the entire airplane you boarded in order to fly to Greece is made of Greek aluminium and to be precise aluminium from the Delphi area! The rich mining history of the Delphi area, plus an introduction to the bauxite mining, is offered to visitors of the Vagonetto Mining Park.