Arsakeio Girls’ School (Council of State)

Arsakeio Girls’ School (Council of State) Arsakeio Girls’ School (Council of State) Arsakeio Girls’ School (Council of State)
An important work of public architecture in Athens because it is an excellent example of “Greek-style neoclassical”. It was constructed in order to house the girls’ school and the academy for teachers at an area that was bought after a fund raiser all over Greece. The construction was completed in 1852 after a donation by the expatriate Apostolos Arsakis. Lysandros Kaftantzoglou designed the impressive building.
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