The Finnish Institute at Athens was founded in 1984, as the second Finnish institute abroad. It is an academic institution with a mission to carry out and promote the study of Greek archaeology, history, language and culture from ancient times to the present day.

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Annual Meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens 2022

The Finnish Institute at Athens invites you to the 33rd Annual Meeting on May 23rd, 7pm. The event will be fully live! Please find more detailed information about the venues and speakers on the invitation. Warm welcome!
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Annual Meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens 2022

The Finnish Institute at Athens invites you to the 33rd Annual Meeting on May 23rd, 7pm. The event will be...
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Inspirations from the Two Countries – Interviewing the TelepART- Artists Walter Götsch and Eirini Tiniakou

First still from the performance 'Dolphin1 meets ANKORITE': Eirini with the log found in the mountain path. “The name of...
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Lectures in Honour of Prof. Robin Hägg by Prof. James Wright: The Archaeological History of the Mycenaean Palace. 4.-5.11.2021.

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Mainalian Run in Arcadia 17.10.2021

Mainalian Run in Arcadia The third Mainalian Run will be organised on Sunday 17 October in Arcadia. The track is...
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Aristophanes Now! 23.6-21.7.2021

The Finnish Institute at Athens will organise a series of lectures between 23 June and 21 July 2021 on the...
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Tua Korhosen kesällä 2021 pitämä, eläimiä Aristofaneella käsittelevä luentotallenne on juuri julkaistu Suomen Ateenan-instituutin YouTube-kanavalla! Tua Korhonen käsittelee luennollaan muun muassa hevosia, koiria ja tietenkin lintuja. Luento tarjoaa myöskin oivan tavan ruveta virittäytymään tunnelmaan sillä Suomen Ateenan-instituutin vuosijuhla Ma.23.5.2022 lähestyy! ----------------------------------------------------------Tua Korhonen’s video lecture about animals in Aristophanes, held in summer 2021, is now available on the Institute’s YouTube channel! In her lecture, Tua Korhonen talks for example about horses, dogs and of course about birds. The lecture also offers an excellent way for one to get into the right mind-set as the Annual Meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens on Mon. 23rd of May is getting closer! Link: ... See MoreSee Less
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