The passenger vessel ‘Neraida’ was built as ‘Laurana’ in 1939 at the Cantieri Navali Del Quarnaro Shipyards in the then Italian city of Fiume (today Rijeka, Croatia). Ten years later, she was purchased by John Latsis and, after restoration works, she was routed in the Argosaronic Gulf line, renamed ‘Neraida’ (which means fairy in Greek).
B & M THEOCHARAKIS FOUNDATION
16-01-2018When the light dances, I speak justly.
Giorgos Seferis and his poetry through painting and photography.
MUSEUM OF CYCLADIC ART
18-12-2017Xmas event | MONEY. Tangible symbols in ancient Greece
Professor Nicholas Stampolidis, MCA Director and archaeologist George Papamichelakis guided the Cycladic Friends through the exhibition ‘MONEY. Tangible symbols in ancient Greece’.
The collections are mainly based on the collection of Maria Argyriadi, one of the most important in Europe.
29-11-2017A Puppet Sun | Kostis Velonis
Velonis guided the Cycladic Friends through the spaces and the history of this historical building.