Kathimerini moves from Socratous St.

Kathimerini, an Athenian institution since it started publication in 1919, is moving from the Omonia district where the newspaper was born and from the building at 57 Socratous Street that it has occupied since it was built in 1954. The paper has published continually since 1919, except for the years when then-publisher Eleni Vlachou suspended publication in protest at the military junta which ruled Greece from 1967 to 1974. Kathimerini and its subsidiaries, including the English Edition, will be settling into a new building at Neo Faliron on Monday. Our new address is Ethnarhou Makariou and 2 Dimitriou Falireos. The central switchboard number is 480.8000 and the fax 480.8202. Because of the logistics and the technical demands of moving the newspaper during a weekend, Kathimerini’s English Edition will not be published on Monday, when the International Herald Tribune will appear on its own. We will be back on Tuesday. Mobile phone masts

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