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Maroussi Office Building, Athens

Maroussi Building Development – design by Potiropoulos D+L Architects, Greece

27 Apr 2009
Office & Showroom Building, Maroussi, Attiki, Greece

Design: Potiropoulos D+L Architects, Athens

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Location: north west of Athens city centre

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Marousi or Maroussi (Greek: Μαρούσι, also Αμαρούσιο Amarousio) is a suburban city in the northeastern part of the Athens agglomeration, Greece. Marousi dates back to the era of the ancient Athenian Republic; its ancient name was Athmonon (Ἄθμονον) and it represented one of the 10 Athenian sub-cities. The area held a main ancient temple, where Amarysia Artemis, the goddess of hunting, was adored, and the city’s modern name derives from that of the goddess, Amarysia, which denotes the origin of the worship back in Amarynthos, Euboea. The new building of Greek Ministry of Education is located here in the district Neratziotissa. source: wikipedia

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