Main Ceremony Hall of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The main Ceremony Hall of the Aristotle University is located in the main campus, next to the Administration building. Architects C. Fines and C. Papaioannou designed the Hall, a project for which they were awarded a prize. The construction of the Hall began in 1970 and was completed in 1973. The interior is decorated with a mosaic created in 1983-84 by I. Kolefas, assistant professor in the Athens School of Fine Arts, based on preliminary plans drawn up by architecture professor N. Moutsopoulos. The mosaic depicts the history of the city of Thessaloniki in a vivid way.
All important events are held in the main Ceremony Hall of the Aristotle University (graduation ceremonies, award ceremonies, conferences, concerts, anniversary ceremonies, etc.). The Hall also hosts events organized by other agencies of the city of Thessaloniki.
Information: Aristotle University Property Development and Management Company
Contact: Lena Poulouslar
Τ: +30 2310 991158
“Alexandros Papanastasiou” Ceremony Hall, located in the Old Building of the Faculty of Philosophy
“Alexandros Papanastasiou” Hall is the first ceremony hall built in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and is located in the old building of the Faculty of Philosophy. It was the main ceremony hall of the University until the main Hall was built. “Alexandros Papanastasiou” Hall, which retains an air of the past, hosts several events and conferences.
The Hall seats 500 people, is well-equipped and meets current and emerging needs. The Hall was named in honour of Alexandros Papanastasiou, who believed in the importance of founding the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and promoted the plans for its construction during his term as Prime Minister of Greece.
Information: Deanship of the Faculty of Philosophy
Contact: Xanthippe Papadopoulou
Τ: +30 2310 995173