University of Thessaly Building, Greece

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University of Thessaly Building

New Greek Architecture: Thessaly Development by Potiropoulos D+L Architects, Greece

27 Apr 2009

University of Thessaly Building Volos

Building Complex – School of Engineering, Volos, Greece

Design: Potiropoulos D+L Architects, Athens

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The University of Thessaly (UTH; Greek: Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλίας) is a university in Thessaly, Greece, founded in 1984. The university is based in Volos, but operates campuses in Larissa, Trikala, Karditsa and Lamia. The university comprises six schools—Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering, Agricultural Sciences, Health Sciences, Physical Education and Sport Sciences and Sciences. Each department has its own associated student organization. The emblem is Chiron.

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Potiropoulos D+L

Address: Αργοναυτών και, Filellinon, Volos 382 21, Greece
Phone: +30 2421 074000

Founded: 1984


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