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    Filed under: Leisure in our town. — sylvi @ 5:19

    In the Serres prefecture there are many sports facilities: 8 National Stadiums, 147 Communal gyms, 2 tennis courts, 1 National and 3 private swimming pools, 3 national athletic centers and many more courts and gyms.

    There are also 160 athletic societies of football and 31 athletic clubs that deal with various sports: classic athletism, swimming, polo, basket, tennis, volley, wrestling, shooting, skiing, mountain climbing, modern swimming and air sports.


    Air Club of Serres

    The airclub of Serres formed on 1984. It consists of 80 members of all ages that go in for parapente, mechanical eagle, small air crafts, air modelism e.t.c. It has its own school of training with well known trainers that come from the Greek air sport federation. The airclub of Serres took part in the National team of air sports in the European championship of France (1994), Spain (1995) and Slovakia (1998) and even the Balkan Championship in Sofia of Bulgaria on 1990. The airclub of Serres have also four special grounds tailored for the taking-off of air crafts and parapente in the mountains of Menikio (950m), Pagaio (1100m) and Belles. The air club of Serres is the Greek Championship and the cup of Greece that organizes the Balkan and European games.

    Race Track of Serres


    The motor way of Serres is on south west of the town in a public place of 1000m2 that functions as an athletic park. The race has been built according to athletic events/contests and safety measures of the National Federation, where formula 3 is taking place. The go cart race first functioned on 1995 and it is the biggest of the Northern Greece. It has a length of 1050m and breadth of 8m. The motorway initiated on 1998 and it is the biggest in the Balkans, with a length of 3186m and a breadth 12-15m.

    Sports Center of Omonia


    The athletic park of Omonia is situated in the south side of the city of Serres. In an enchanting green landscape of 30.000 m2 owned by the municipality of Serres. The group supports a lot of sports: courts for football, basket, volley, tennis, Olympic size swimming pool, and winter gym make thousands of the citizens of Serres to visit the athletic park of Omonia. Nearby the athletic park of Omonia is the Go-Kart track and the Race Track of Serres.

    Sport Clubs of Serres

    There are a lot of Athletic Clubs, Gymnastic Clubs, Football Clubs, Athletic Basketball Clubs, Tennis Clubs, Athletic Clubs ΤΑΕ ΚWON DO, Sighting Clubs, Music and Gymnastic Clubs and Wrestling Clubs

    Automobile and Motorcycle Club of Serres


    The Club was founded in 1975 by a lively nucleus of friends of motor sport. At first, under the name of the Serres Automobile Club, it organised automobile races in which its members participated together with competitors from all over Greece. Soon, however, the club also extended a warm welcome to motorcycles, and it was renamed the Serres Automobile and Motorcycle Club. As an active club in every field it was to become an institution from the first years after its foundation. The dream of a city is finally fulfilled. On the threshold of 2000 the city of Serres joins the select club of European cities which boast racetracks of international standard. The building of the racetrack constitutes an innovative project with great potential to contribute to the development of the modern city. The Serres Race track was formally opened with the hosting of the Panhellenic Automobile Speed Championship, which showed our city to be unique in Greece and the Balkans as having a racetrack built according to international specifications. The City Council and the Serres Automobile and Motorcycle Club collaborate in order that, with the contributions of all of us, Serres can be shown to be a Panhellenic and international meeting point for motor sport.


    In the prefecture of Serres there are 350 cultural, educational, traditional-folklore, sport clubs with an important cultural presence and work. The (DEPKA), the (SPE), the (NELE), the Lyceum Club of Greek Womann etc. come first in the formation of come first in the formation of cultural activities and therefore offer a lot to our city.

    Cultural Association of Serres

    In the center of the town, in the building of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Serres, on the third floor, there is the Cultural Association of Serres (CSS). Cultural Association of Serres occupies a room either for festivals (expositions of historical and folklore books) or as a workroom for painting or as an extra room for the lectures of the Public University.

    Lyceum Club of Greek Women


    The resurgence of Greek customs, the preservation of Greek traditional dances, the music and songs of the Greek traditional uniform, is a difficult effort, as the Greek tradition has to remain untouched. This is a work undertaken by the Lyceum of the Greek Females, which is consists of 43 branches in Greece and 9 abroad. It was formed in 1957 and holds dance divisions as well as departments for the learning of traditional music and instruments. It also has a wide wardrobe with all the traditional uniforms of Greece.

    Lyceum participates in many festivals and wins prizes for its excellent traditional dance performance. Some of these prizes are; B’ prize in Neizon of France in 1973, A’ prize in Siatones of France in 1987, and other in the Friendship Festivals in Italy, Germany, Holland, Austria, Belgium, England, Israel, Arabic countries, Australia, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain, and America. Lyceum is also organizing festivals in order to fight against drugs, or other matters like national problems, the care for children etc. For instance, on July 1991 in Filipous there was a festival, the revenues of which were given to the community “Ithaki”( therapeutics community).The title of the festival was “Dance with us for life”, it was concerning the fight against drugs and it was organized by the Lyceums of Greek Females of Kavala, Drama, Xanthi and Serres. Revenues of the festival under the title “come with us because some kids hope in our help”, were given to the kids of the first children’s village of Northern Greece.

    Prefectural Association for further Education

    The Popular Education is an institute that serves the continuous learning apart of the educational system. The aim is the development of the personality of the citizen, which is independent of the educational level, age or sex, as well as the active contribution in the social, economical and cultural way of living. The district organization of the Popular Education rely on the Prefecture Committies (NELE), independent civil services of the Prefecture’s Local Authorities, while it is under the authority of the General Secretary of Popular Education of the Ministry of Education.

    NELE of Serres has the responsibility to design/form and materialize programs that are realized in the municipalities and communities of Serres prefecture. NELE is made up of delegates/representatives of Chambers, Labour Center, Union of Agricultural Co-operatives etc., that have as a president, the Prefect of Serres.

    Educational programs are organized and function by the means of learning departments and individual shows, with various subjects, to different groups of people. Public Education is an organisation in charge of educating people of all ages as an aid to the normal educating system. This district organization is supported by the Committees of the prefecture (NELE) and are supervised by the General Secretariat of the Ministry of Education. Its functions concern the following sectors; Proffesional Preparation, Cultural subjects, Alphabetism of the minorities, Military Services, Health Education, Help to the elder people. The subjects in the learning seminars, are set by the propositions and demands of social and cultural members, as well as demands of the Local Government. People who participate to each of these seminars should be 8 to 15 the most, and have the age of 15 years or more. The educational responsibility lies on experts/special tutors.

    Mental and Cultural Center of the Municipality of Serres

    Mental and Cultural Center of the Municipality of Serres is lodged in a modern and newbuilt building that was finished and given in use, from the Serres municipality, in June 1994. It’s a nice building to look at. It is built semi-circularly, and is covered in glass and painted in yellow and blue. The building is a cross-section of the modern architecture. It has four floors in total, exempting the roof garden and the basement which is modified in a way that covers the needs of an exhibition room, with a correct lighting and simple style, so that it doesn’t distract the spectator’s attention from the exposed art works. In the first floor there is a show room that is adequately modified for this purpose. It has a microphonic facilities and air conditioning of a capacity of 100 people. In the second floor there are lodged gym departments. In the third floor there is the administration, the director’s office and the room of the board of directors. In the fourth floor there is the library, the study room, the president’s office and a special press room for press conferences and clubs’ meetings.

    Cultural Events

    In the whole Prefecture of Serres, many cultural activities are continually organised and meetings and scientific symposiums are accommodated. This strenuous cultural effort in the Prefecture justifies the prediction that Serres is rapidly developing into a cultural centre of Northern Greece.

    Mathidiada-Student event

    Many secondary school students from all 52 Greek prefectures and Greek expatriate schools participate every year in the “Mathitiada” sports and cultural events held in Proti, Serres Prefecture, usually on May under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE). The events, also described as “Greek Student Olympic Games”, include competition in 35 Olympic Games sports (142 sports finals), 14 Paralympic actions and over 40 cultural events (workshops, exhibitions, happenings). The objective is to help students develop fair play, camaraderie and brotherhood. Greek students are being taught the values of Hellenism and the Olympic ideal. The success of the “Mathitiada” depends to a great degree on over 500 volunteers. Foreign volunteers from Sports Academies in Finland participated for the first time last year. This year’s events saw participation by children from Adelaide, Brussels, New York, Cairo, Istanbul, Rizokarpaso, London, Mariupol, South African cities, Vladikavkaz and Frankfurt among others. Fist time participations come from Sweden, Serbia, Romania, Netherlands, Chile, Canada, Uruguay, Argentina, Czech Republic and Austria.

    Theatre in Serres

    The Municipal and Regional Theatre of Serres has as fundamental goal the activation of the local cultural potential, the raising of awareness among young people and plays a crucial role for the cultural development of the prefecture. It has a selected repertoire of significant classic and modern plays by Greek and foreign authors.

    Various Events Frequency: once a year

    Captain Mitrousis

    Events in honor of captain Mitrousi

    Cultural August - Gefyroudiana

    Custom of Gerakina


    A festivity in memory of Gerakina, a well known singer all over Greece

    Custom of Gynaecocracy

    A distant recall of the primitive period’s matriarchal spirit


    Event with fires

     Feast of rice


    Feast of wine


    Festival of Amphipoli


    During the 5th century BC Amphipolis was the most important city of the region. Since Theseus period the city is called Ennea Hodoi (”Nine Roads”). It was founded by the Athenian colonists in the 437 BC, under the leadership of Hagnon. Famous is the Lion of Amphipolis, a monument symbolising the power of the city during antiquity. it was destroyed by Vrasidas in 422BC and restored in 1936.

    O Klidonas

    Custom with ancient origin

    Orfikoi Antilaloi


    Ta Anastenaria

    Ceremonies such as animal sacrifice and fire-walking

    Ta Eleftheria ton Agion

    Annual cultural events

    The fete of emigrants

    Meeting between locals & emigrants, offer of “fasolada” (food with beans)

    The killing of the dragon by St. George


    Festival in honor of St. George

    The roads of olive

    Briefing and sensitization of big consuming public for the unique goods, the olive and the olive oil, through the projection of their cultural importance but also their alimentary value.

    Traditional wrestling

    Traditional custom

    How the trainees of the Second  Chance School  of Serres spend their free time

    As soon as I finish my work in my free time left I call one of my friends and get off for our morning stroll. We sit in a café and start gossiping. Then we ride our cars and go to the internet café where we play games. After 3 hours playing we go home for a couple of sleeping hours. In the evening we start again our car rides and continue with our enjoyment. We usually dance, drink and listen to music at full blast. Finally at about 8 in the morning we start for our houses.  



    When the weather is fine usually at weekends my family and I decide to go by Kerkini Lake for a picnic.  There we meet a lot of people who just do the same route. We enjoy the landscape and the various birds that live in the district. We admire the white swans and taste the fresh fish which the local fishermen catch.



    In my free time I like going shopping with my friends and then sit in a café and have a cup of coffee. I also like hiking in the valley of our town where there is a beautiful path which leads to a waterfalls at the foot of a hill.



    The only free time I have is the weekend. Then I take my 3 little kids for a walk with my friends who come and pick me from my house or we arrange to meet outdoors. First we go to the central square of our town and then we have a meal in Goody’s  fast food restaurant.



    In my free time I usually go for a coffee or play football with my friends.

     Kostas P.


    In the weekends I usually take a ride with my motorcycle or play football with my friends.



    I spend my free time by Kerkini Lake drinking coffee with my friends. Afterwards we have a meal in a fish restaurant drinking ouzo and eating fresh fish from the lake. In the evening I return to my village and have beer with my friends. This is the way I spend my free time.



    I spend my free time going shopping, because I like it very much. During summer time I usually go with my friends for a coffee or drinks to the Valley. During evenings I like having fun with bouzouki songs especially in the music club called 13 Moons. During winter time I like going skiing to the ski center of Lailias .


    I like my town Serres because its got grade landscapes especially if you are a cyclist and can discover them. There is also motor racing track, where you can also have a good time enjoying the car races. Every Wednesday there is a chance for each cyclist to have a track day.


    I like staying at home with my family playing different games in our balcony. Sometimes we go for a walk to the central square of our town.

    Kostas S.

    March 17, 2009

    Culture and leisure in Klaipeda

    Filed under: Leisure in our town. — pikrides @ 6:59

    Klaipėda is a very beautiful and dynamic city with a unique face. Many national and international events take place every year in Klaipėda. Lodging and leisure services have been well developed, with many modern, high-class hotels, cafes, restaurants, clubs and other entertainment sites inviting the town’s guests.

    The largest events in Klaipėda’s cultural life are the summer festivals: the Sea festival, which has been celebrated since 1934, and the Castle Jazz Festival. During these festivals, Klaipėda becomes the so-called “summer capital,” attracting up to a million visitors to more than 100 organized events. For all these years, all of the festival performances have remained free of charge.

    Klaipėda will have the honour of being the final port for the 2009 Tall Ships’ Races (July 31-August 03). In addition to this great maritime event, in 2009, all of Lithuania will celebrate the millennium anniversary of the first reference to the country’s name.

    From July 22-26, 2009, KlaipÄ—da will have the honour of becoming the 25th city to host the 46th annual “Europeade.” During this outstanding festival, approximately 5000 participants from over 20 countries will represent their cultures through dance, songs, and crafts.





    Many entertainment activities are offered in Klaipėda: recreational fishing, swimming, diving, yachting, parachute jumps, scenic flights, bowling and billiard clubs, nightclubs, casino, bars, restaurants, and more. For those who love active recreation, the city’s splendid bicycle route is a very good choice. As part of the European Cycle Route network, EuroVelo, this excellent path allows cyclists to reach both Nida and Palanga; two of Lithuania’s finest resorts. Comprising three separate segments, the coastal path of the bicycle route spans 216 km. Cyclists who start their journey in Klaipėda may choose to travel north towards the Latvian border, across the Curonian Lagoon to Kursiu Nerija (Nida), or south along the coast to Rusne Island.

    Klaipėda is surrounded by white sandy beaches, natural sand dunes, the Baltic Sea, and the Curonian Lagoon. The 98 km long Curonian Spit is covered in pure, white sand, and boasts having the best beaches in the Baltic region. On December 2, 2000, the Curonian Spit was inscribed into UNESCO’s World Heritage List as a valuable and unique cultural landscape in the Baltic region.

    A very important detail that Lithuania can definitely be proud of is the 6 white sand beaches on the Baltic coastline that have been awarded with a Blue Flag. The Blue Flag Program in Lithuania is run by a non-governmental environmental organization Lithuanian Green Movement which is an active member of Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).

    An especially unique place in KlaipÄ—da is the Sea Museum and Dolphinarium, where visitors can see concerts and dolphin shows! Also, dolphin therapy is performed for mentally or physically handicapped children in order to improve their physical and emotional health. The Sea Museum, with its great variety of expositions, receives more visitors annually than any other museum in Lithuania.

    Many activities in Klaipėda highlight the importance of maritime culture: the summer regattas of yachts and sailing boats, cruise liners docking at Klaipėda’s port, ferries for passengers and freight; all of these things bring us closer to the sea.


    March 9, 2009

    Sports and Leisure in Cyprus

    Filed under: Leisure in our town. — pikrides @ 12:37

    Sports and Leisure

    Guaranteed sunshine almost every day of the year is just one of the reasons why you would choose Cyprus to indulge in your favourite sport.

    Whether you just want to play for fun while relaxing in beautiful surroundings, or are professional athletes looking for winter training, there are facilities for everyone, from football and golf to water sports and hiking.

    Take up a new sport or improve your skills. Practice your serve, learn how to tack or just go for a thrill. Experience the closest thing to being a Formula 1 driver by zooming round a karting track. Or try the waterpark for thrills and parasailing for a new sensation.

    Hiking at Troodos Mountains
    A great alternative experience
    Amphitheatre Diving Site
    A very popular dive
    Hiking in the Akamas Peninsula
    A remarkable scenery
    Green Bay Diving Site
    An ancient ship wreck

    Cyprus Marathon, Half Marathon & 10 km

    Filed under: Cultural events in our town — pikrides @ 12:33

    Cyprus Marathon, Half Marathon & 10 km
    Cyprus Marathon is an event that has grown bigger and better over the years and it is now recognized as the major road race in Cyprus. The international event which is held at the historic city of Pafos is renowned for being as much a social event as a running event. Hoards of runners from all over Europe annually leave the northern winters behind and gather at Pafos to enjoy the company of like-minded people and race against a varied field of competitors. The event, which will be held on…

    2009 Cyprus Rally - FIA World Rally Championship

    Filed under: Cultural events in our town — pikrides @ 12:31
    2009 Cyprus Rally - FIA World Rally Championship

    Round 3 of the FIA World Rally Championship, the Cyprus Rally is one of the world’s major motorsport events. It attracts the world’s top drivers and teams who compete over three days to win points towards their respective championships. Spectators from across the globe come to Cyprus for the event, along with media who broadcast their coverage internationally.

    Rally cars will enter and exit the Service Park throughout the three days. The Service Park (Rally base) is in the heart of the Germasogeia Municipality.

      Mar 13, 2009
      Mar 15, 2009
    Cyprus Automobile Association

    March 1, 2009

    Famous persons in Serres

    Filed under: Famous Person in our Town — sylvi @ 5:06

    Emmanuel Papas


    Emmanuel Papas was born in Dovista in 1773, a village which is near Serres and is named now after him. His father Dimitrios, a wealthy notable of the area, was ordained a priest at a very young age and was soon honoured with a high church dignity. That is where the family name “Papas” (= priest) came from. After having received his basic education in his village, Emmanuel Papas moved to Serres in order to finish off his studies in the famous school of Serres. When he graduated from the School he moved back to Dovista where he got married. However, his business acumen brought him back to Serres when trade was really blooming. Soon he became a great Banker and a wholesale merchant, a respectable person even for the Turkish Beys. Papas was soon initiated in the “Society of Friends” (or “Filiki Etaireia” as it is well-known) by John Pharmakis and didn’t have any trouble introducing his four brothers into the Holy war of Independence as well as some of the most notable men of Dovista, who saw to arming the nearby villages.

    However, he had to leave Serres because of a severe dispute he had with the Serres’ Bey, and moved to Constantinople, where he had the chance to co-operate better with the members of the ‘Society of Friends’. Meanwhile, his fame concerning his patriotic actions had spread throughout every part of Greece. He had also planned an attempt on the Sultan’s life which finally failed because of betrayal.

    When the revolution was proclaimed, Emmanuel Papas left Constantinople and went to Agion Oros where he was welcomed with enthusiasm by the monks and was appointed Commander-in-Chief of Macedonia. As soon as he set up his headquarters in Agion Oros, he took action with his 2,500 men. Meanwhile, a revolutionary movement had broken out in Serres under the direction of the Arch Bishop, soon to be quelled. The city had narrowly escaped devastation and slaughter. That happened on 8th May 1821, the feast-day of John Theologos the Evangelist, who is considered to be the protector and saviour of Serres. So, 14 years later, in 1835, the inhabitants of Serres built the homonymous church in the area of Ano Kamenikia, in his honour. But although the city devastation was avoided, the avenging fury of the Turks broke out in Emmanouel Papas’ family. His wife and children were sent to prison. His property was confiscated and his house was burnt to the ground.

    But Papas himself continued the struggle in Halkidiki despite lack of help. While the Turks had started a general attack against the Greeks, Papas kept on appealing to Ypsilantis but nothing happened in the end. His achievements in Kassandra and the disposal of his property didn’t save the revolutionary movement. So after the expedition of Abdul Aboud, the destruction of Kassandra and the subordination of the monks of Agion Oros forced Papas to leave while the Turks were hounding him. He sailed for Hydra but because he was exhausted by the severities and the emotions of his tragic adventure, he died after a heart attack on the boat at exactly the moment that it was sailing round Kafirea. The hero’s body was taken to Hydra where he was buried with the trimmings of a general. In 1843, his name was hung up in the Greek Parliament as one of the protagonists of the Revolution of 1821.

    Constantine Karamanlis

    Constantine Karamanlis (1907-1998), president of Greece (1980-85, 1990-95) was born in Serres. A member of parliament in 1935-36, he was reelected in 1946 and held various cabinet posts until Oct., 1955, when he became Greece’s youngest premier. He held that post until June, 1963, except for brief intervals in 1958 and 1961, while his right-wing National Radical Union continued to gain majorities in the general elections. A partisan of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Karamanlis reached (1959) agreement with Great Britain and Turkey over Cyprus. In 1959 he announced a five-year plan (1960-64) for the Greek economy, emphasizing improvement of agricultural and industrial production. After his cabinet fell in 1963, Karamanlis went into exile abroad. He was a vocal opponent of the military junta that seized power in Greece in 1967. In July, 1974, the junta fell, following a disastrous military venture in Cyprus. Karamanlis returned as premier and leader of the New Democratic party, which gained a substantial majority in the elections of Nov., 1974. He began immediately to undo the work of the military government, reestablishing civil liberties and presiding over the restoration of democracy. A plebiscite in Dec., 1975, made Greece a republic and abolished the monarchy. Karamanlis served as prime minister until 1980 and as president from 1980 to 1985. He oversaw Greece’s entry (1981) into the European Community. He held the presidency again in 1990-95, and was succeeded by Kostis Stephanopoulos.



    Vassilis Vafiadis  was born in Thessaloniki in 1953. His father, Hristos Vafiadis, a famous painter from Serres, influenced him profoundly into his relationship with painting. He has a degree from the Department of Management, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki. He is responsible for the organization of the Cultural Programs of the Prefectural Self-Administration in Serres and he is the Director of the Prefectural Society of Culture, Serres. He is a self-taught painter and a member of the Greek Chamber of Fine Arts. He has founded and operated the Art Gallery “ARMOS” in Serres since 1987, where currently he has his atelier. He has shown his work in ’solo’ exhibitions in private and public places. He has participated in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad.


    Glykeria (born Glykeria Kotsoula) is a popular Greek singer. She was born in Agio Pnevma, Serres in 1953.

    Glykeria began her career in 1974 working in the Athens Plaka music boites and gave performances with well-known artists, singing songs by M. Hadjidakis, M. Theodorakis, M. Loizos and others. In 1982 she was selected to represent Greece in the Europalia ‘82 festival in Brussels, together with Sotiria Bellou, George Dalaras and Margarita Zorbala. In 1986 she sang “Earini Symfonia” (poem by Yiannis Ritsos, music by Yiannis Markopoulos) for the song’s premier performance, at the opening ceremony of the World Championships held for the first time at the Athens Olympic Stadium, broadcast to 120 countries all over the world. She has sung in concerts in Greece and abroad (Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Cyprus, Israel) and Turkey. Due to the successful concerts she gave in Israel she was proclaimed most popular foreign singer; the Mayor of Jerusalem awarded her the golden key of the city (1994). Three albums were released in Israel at the same time, all of them gold in a very short time: Glykeria golden-hits, Far away, Glykeria – 14 classics, and her first album in France: Golden hits – The voice of Greece.

    In 1998 her second album was released in France. She took part in two albums for the American label Putumayo and in compilations released in Europe.,She is currently collaborating with world renowned composer Mikis Theodorakis on a two-disc album composed of songs written by the famed composer. Set to release in September 2008, Glykeria has already begun touring to promote the album.
    Angelos Charisteas



    Angelos Charisteas born  in Strymoniko, Serres is a Greek football striker who currently plays for Bayer 04 Leverkusen on loan from 1. FC Nuremberg. He is a member of the Greece national football team and played in the 2004 European Football Championship, in which Greece was triumphant, scoring the winning goal in the final against Portugal.


    Technological Educational Institute of Serres

    Education i Serres
    The T.E.I. of Serres is a new, dynamic and rapidly developing Institute consisting of two Faculties, six Departments and more than 10000 students. The T.E.I. of Serres meets modern requirements for the provision of high quality educational standards and the encouragement of applied and technological research. It promotes the employment of scientifically distinguished Professors, the cooperation with educational and research Institutes of our country and with those abroad, the connection between education and production and the job market, the further education of its graduates and the creation of post-graduate studies departments in conjunction with Universities.

    The T.E.I. of Serres consists of the following two Faculties and their departments:
    The Faculty of Applied Technology which consists of four Departments

    1. Mechanical Engineering
    2. Civil Engineering
    3. Information and Communication Sciences
    4. Geomatics and Surveying

    The Faculty of Administration and Economics which is subdivided into the following Departments:

    1. Business Administration
    2. Accounting

    The function of all the above mentioned Departments is supported by the Foreign Languages and Physical Education Department.



    School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, department of Serres

    The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki is the largest university in Greece. The University Campus covers some 23 hectares close to the centre of Thessaloniki. It comprises 9 Faculties organized into 39 Schools, as well as 3 independent Schools (a total of 42 Schools).  A department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences there is in Serres