Old National Printing Office

Old National Printing Office Old National Printing Office Old National Printing Office Old National Printing Office Old National Printing Office Old National Printing Office
One from the first public buildings that was constructed in 1835 to house the Royal Printing Office and the Lithographer’s workshop of the newly founded Greek state. The initial neoclassical building by the architect Josef Hofer was modified later by additions and changes, like the other buildings at the block and elitist decorative elements. After the Court of First Instance of Athens left the building in 1984 the additions were demolished but the rest of the building remained as it was.
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