ELIA

Since 2009, the Greek Literary and Historical Archive, widely known as ELIA, has been part of the Educational Foundation of the National Bank of Greece.  Founded in 1980, its primary purpose is the preservation and showcasing of 19th century archival publications.

Since 2002, the archive originally located on Ag. Andreou Street in Plaka has been expanding and in 1997 another branch of ELIA opened in Thessaloniki, where an enormous amount of material has been saved.

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Address: 5, Agiou Andreou Str, Athens
Area: Athens
Phone: +302103211149
Website: elia.org.gr
Email: [email protected]
Opening Hours: Tue-Fri: 09:00-14:00

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