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Apostolos Grekos

Architect Apostolos Grekos (also spelled Graikos), was a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (reg. no. 280). He graduated from Paris’s Ecole Spéciale d' Architecture in 1901. He completed what is thought to have been his first major project, the Marasleio School of Thessaloniki, in 1904. Around the same time, he designed and constructed the residence of icon painter Christodoulos Matthaios in Naousa.

The Chamber’s records list two office addresses under his name, one at 3 Agiou Mina and one at 1 Mavrokordatou str.

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