A walk into unknown Greece |George & Stefanos Zafeiropoulos 


Archaeological Museum in Nicosia - Cyprus’ indisputable Greek roo…

It houses exhibits through which the Greek roots of Cyprus magically unfold. Fortunately, it survived the Turkish invasion in 1974.

Athens dusk - A revolution of colours

Whoever watches the sunset from Lycabettus of Athens will be surprised by the pictures he’s about to see.

Evros river - An islet shared by three countries

The image of the armoured soldiers into the islet's voluminous vegetation is impressive. They jokingly tell each other: "Let's go on patrol in Vietnam".

Alexandria, Egypt - Following Cavafy

Travelogue in Alexandria of Cavafy, at the places where this great Greek poet lived, created and died.

Katerinoscala, Pieria - Pilot leader of the pack

He owns a farm with 500 happy animals and birds. Their hearts are grateful to him and they love him dearly. He is a special kind of "king".

Nicosia, Cyprus - A patisserie in the Dead Zone

In Nicosia, Cyprus there is a traditional patisserie next to the fortification sacks and barrels that separate the free from the occupied part of the city.

Halki (Heybeliada) Theological School - Ready to operate

Even though has been closed for 46 whole years, since 1971, it is kept in perfect condition and is always ready for the great restart.

Dimitsana, Gortynia - Football on the slopes of Maenalus Mount

When a player made a hard misplaced kick towards the goal which was at the edge of the cliff, the ball fell into the abyss of the mountain and was lost forever.

Constantinople (Istanbul) - Where is the king sleeping?

A exciting tour in Constantinople to investigate credible information regarding the burial ground of the last Byzantine emperor Constantine Palaiologos. The information we gathered is astounding!

Constantinople (Istanbul) 1453 - The last moments of the Emperor

A blow by blow account of the last moments of Costantine Palaiologos, the last reigning Byzantine emperor, at the Gate of Romanos. The breathtaking story, told through pictures taken at place he martyred, brings pain to the Greek people.


Parnassos Ski Resort - Passionate about skiing

Huge installations that reach the altitude of 2,260m and giant lifts, which lead to 23 slopes totaling 34km.

The protest in Athens for the use of the name…

Families with children and elderly citizens reaffirmed their love for Macedonia and were taught about national reconciliation by Mikis Theodorakis.

Dimitsana, Gortynia - A miracle on Mount Mainalon

Wherever one stands, he or she can see wild mountains and running water. In the morning, visitors are awoken by sheep bells and the sound of axes splitting wood in half.

Nicosia - A relaxed and hospitable city

A photo album of the old centre of Nicosia. A multinational European city, friendly to its residents and visitors. It offers remarkable recreational and cultural outlets.

Mystras - The last cradle of the Byzantine Empire

A photo tour of the Castle Town of Mystras, the last Byzantine Emperor’s fatherland and an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tegea, Arcadia - An amazing Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Tegea houses ancient Greek treasures of immense beauty, which are presented in a masterful way. Touring the museum is an almost mystic experience.

Nicosia, Cyprus - The last divided capital

A photo album of the Buffer Zone. Ghost homes, barbed wire, outposts and fortification. It’s like time stood still since 1974 and not even a day has gone by.

My heart always remains in Greece

Greece through the eyes of a successful Greek Information Technologies Manager in New York, who is also a master of expressive photography. View inspiring images and their moving descriptions from his travels in Greece.

Lavrio, Attica - An endless art studio

After Lavrio was de-industrialized, the factories were left abandoned. However, this picture of destruction, created over time, is unexpectedly attractive.

Art Athina 2017 - The striking International Contemporary Art Fair…

A “feast” of contemporary art in Athens. We photographed many of the pieces for our readers. Click to see.