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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Change of staff at the Koroneos Building

Our long-time caretaker of the Koroneos Building Leena Katsantoni retires on 24 June 2022. Arto Penttinen will take over her duties from 27 June.
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Change of staff at the Koroneos Building

Our long-time caretaker of the Koroneos Building Leena Katsantoni retires on 24 June 2022. Arto Penttinen will take over her...
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Annual Meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens 2022

The Finnish Institute at Athens invites you to the 37th 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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Suomen Ateenan-instituutin vuoden 2022 vuosijuhla on nyt katsottavissa instituutin YouTube kanavalla! Vuosijuhlassa instituutin johtaja Petra Pakkanen raportoi vuoden 2021 projekteista ja toiminnasta. Vuosijuhlaluennon piti professori Arja Karivieri (Tukholma) otsikolla "Athenian Lamps: Images of Gods and Ritual Use?"-------------------------Recording of the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Finnish Institute at Athens is now available on our YouTube channel! The director of the Finnish Institute, Petra Pakkanen gave a report on the Institute's projects and activities during the past year after which Professor Arja Karivieri (Stockholm) gave a talk under the title "Athenian Lamps: Images of Gods and Ritual Use?"Link: ... See MoreSee Less
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