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Martina Anagnostou (Athens, 1971) is a Greek artist educated in Madrid whose work developed in a dozen countries and totally different areas (London, Islamabad, Brussels, Moscow, Addis Ababa, Athens, Berlin, Khartoum, Madrid).
Inauguration: 16/09/2015, 19:30
Exhibition Hall of the Cervantes Institute in Athens. MITROPOLEOS 23.
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The guided tour at the Ancient Agora was one of the most interesting and successful tours…
…After the tour, we went to the food festival at Technopolis Gazi,
The photographs depict public and private buildings of various functions and diverse architectural styles, as well as the recording program’s history and aspects.
Thursday September 17th – Wednesday September 30th 2015
HILTON HOTEL, Ilisia
46 Vasilissis Sofias avenue
Sunday: 11:00 to 20:00
The name Nicopolis literally means ‘City of Victory’, but it was far more than that.
If you are staying in Athens for a couple of days, it’s worth making a day trip and discover a different part of Greece. Here is a list of the most popular day trips from Athens:
Come and see what all the fuss is about and celebrate the official launch
of Girl Gone Greek, Rebecca Hall’s debut novel.
When: 30 Sep 2015
Where: The Athens Centre, 48 Archimidous St, Mets, Athens,
RSVP: by September 23rd
… Young architects, obliged as they are to rediscover hope, do not easily resign in front of the crisis, and so they invite us to envision along with them an architecture which embodies our era and topos, while it remains steadfastly open and ecumenical. Prof. Elias Constantopoulos President of H.I.A.
The building is a landmark, being the National Shrine of the Greek Orthodox Church of America and it is designed as a place open to everyone, regardless of the religion, a place for worship, pray, meditation and welcoming.
The event was initially planned for 23.09.2015, but due to adverse weather
conditions was re-scheduled for 30.09.2015.
NEW DATE: 30 SEPTEMBER 2015, 19:00
GREECE AS THE APPLE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
An article by Peter Economides that we think it’s the best way to start 2 0 1 5 !!!
It smells… OH, THE SMELL of jasmine, honeysuckle,
suntan oil at the ones near the beach, and popcorn !!!