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About us

Ellogos was founded in Italy in 2000 by George Koutsantonis as a translation, interpreting and
web design
office. In 2009 we moved from Italy to Athens - Greece, we reorganized our office, new equipment was purchased and now we are a reliable translation office providing high quality services.

Services categories

Translation translation

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Interpreting Interpreting

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Web design Web design

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Additional services Additional services (proofreading, subtitling...)

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Translation sectors:

  • Technical translation.
  • Medical and Pharmaceutical translation.
  • Technological and Scientific translation.
  • Software and Hardware translation.
  • Website translation.
  • Legal and Financial translation.
  • Marketing translation.
  • Literary translation and Arts.

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Our price list:

We guarantee cost transparency and optimal quality - price ratio. The end price depends on many factors, such us:

  • The service category.
  • The languages - combinations.
  • The deadline.
  • The special client requirements.

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Working languages

Language combinations

  • English - Greek and Greek - English
  • Italian - Greek and Greek - Italian.
  • French - Greek and Greek - French.
  • Italian - English and English - Italian.


Contemporary greek literature translation funding

In an effort to spread and promote contemporary Greek literature, the Hellenic Ministry of Culture has set up a special program to encourage the publication of contemporary Greek literature translations, by providing the necessary funding.

The program in question involves translations of literary works, representative of Greek culture and applies to all genres, including anthologies. The term "contemporary Greek literature" refers to works that were first published sometime within the 20th century (preferably after 1945) though, in exceptional cases, older works may also be considered... [Reed more]

A day at the Acropolis Museum

The new program ‘A day at the Acropolis Museum’ invites visitors to spend a day with us at the Museum enjoying a range of activities.

Stroll through the galleries.

Take a stroll through the exhibition and speak to a museum archaeologist - host available to answer any questions or queries you have. From the second floor balcony see a special and unexpected view of the Archaic Gallery. Visit the Parthenon Gallery on the third floor with its unique views of the Acropolis.

Conserving the Caryatids.

The Acropolis Museum has commenced the conservation and restoration of the Caryatids, the Kore from the south porch of the Erechtheion temple. Visitors have the opportunity to watch conservators do the delicate work of cleaning the Caryatids with advanced laser technology.

Family backpacks.

The Museum invites families to search for the 12 different representations of the Goddess Athena amongst the exhibits of the permanent collection. Families can borrow a family backpack from the Museum’s Information Desk by leaving an identification card. Backpacks are available on a first-in first-served basis. [Reed more]

The European Day of Languages!

At the initiative of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, the European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year since 2001 on 26 September.

Throughout Europe, 800 million Europeans represented in the Council of Europe's 47 member states are encouraged to learn more languages, at any age, in and out of school. Being convinced that linguistic diversity is a tool for achieving greater intercultural understanding and a key element in the rich cultural heritage of our continent, the Council of Europe promotes plurilingualism in the whole of Europe.

On the occasion of the day, a range of events are organised across Europe: activities for and with children, television and radio programmes, language classes and conferences. National authorities and the various partners are given a free hand to organise activities. To coordinate the activities organised at national level, the Council of Europe asks participating countries to nominate "National Relay Persons" for the Day.
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Our key strengths:

  • Professional service.
  • Reliability.
  • Top quality.

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With us, the tradition and simplicity that only come with experience are merged with cutting-edge technology, at your service.

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