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By Everett Potter Ready to travel to Greece? The country is one of the few European destinations that has begun welcoming Americans travelers back. There are still restrictions for entry, of course. Americans must prove that they have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine or show a negative PCR

By Joshua Shapiro The National Archaeological Museum fronts a vast plaza and boulevard in central Athens. Unadorned and sparsely attended, it houses Greece’s national patrimony, a retained past that avoided plunder or expatriation to its wealthier brethren like the British Museum in London or New York’s Metropolitan Museum. On a

Gerrie E. Summers on the canals of Venice. By Gerrie E. Summers As the gondola adjacent to ours moved slightly ahead, the musician inside picked up his accordion and began to play. “Che bella cosa na jurnata ‘e sole,” he sang.  At the time I had no idea what any