MUSEUM OF THE MACEDONIAN STRUGGLE
The building was constructed at the end of the 19th century on plans drawn by Hernest Ziller. In 1984 it was rented to the Greek General Consulate and in 1923 it was alloted to the Diocese of St. Gregory Palamas. Until the 1978 earthquake, it had been housing several elementary schools and after it was restored and operated again as a Museum of the Macedonian Struggle.
This cube-shaped two-storied building with the elevated basement, is covered by a four-fold roof. Its ground plan is organized typically with a central staircase and rooms at each side. The facet's structure is characterized by absolute symmetry while the distinct morphologic elements of the building give it neoclassical features.
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