The Greek Open Library was created in 2010 and is a repository with thousands of Greek digital and audio books that are freely and legally distributed on the internet. It includes works of Classical Literature and Ancient Secretariat that are free of copyright (Public domain), but also contemporary works that have been chosen to be freely available by their authors or publishers. At the same time, it promotes digital literature by publishing innovative e-books with free distribution.
Greece, Heraklion, Crete
Contributed by: Giannis Farsaris