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Great experience with a European flair...

I have been living abroad, specifically in the UK, for that last 16 years and had the opportunity... read more

Reviewed 26 October 2016
AgileWolf
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London, United Kingdom
Amazing collection of Russian avantgarde artists

George Costakis was a driver of the Greek and later the Canadian embassies in Moscow. He started to... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2013
yvica
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Germany
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26 Oct 2016
“Great experience with a European flair...”
26 Jul 2013
“Amazing collection of Russian avantgarde artists”
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Sokratis Karantinos Stage and Experimental Stage, both at Lazaristes Monastery, belong to the National Theatre of Northern Greece, one of the biggest theatre organizations in Europe. Its activity extends to cultural sectors such as education...more
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25-27 Kolokotroni, Stavroupoli 564 30, Greece
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Reviewed 26 October 2016

I have been living abroad, specifically in the UK, for that last 16 years and had the opportunity to visit some of the greatest cultural venues in the world. The Lazaristes Monastery, or Moni Lazariston (in Greek), could be compared with one of them. Situated...More

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Reviewed 27 July 2013

George Costakis was a driver of the Greek and later the Canadian embassies in Moscow. He started to collect forbidden and forgotten Russian avantgarde artists works during the '50 and displayed them in his appartement,which became during the '60 - '70 the meeting point of...More

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Reviewed 29 December 2011

i usually watch concerts there during spring-summer,great not too big arena and the building is wonderful and a very nice hotel across the road. the only bad thing is the difficulty of getting there,bad quality and narrow road.

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