Venue: Amphitheatre “Alkis Argyriadis”,
Central Building of the University of Athens,
30 Panepistimiou Avenue

The National University of Athens, officially founded in April 14th, 1837, is the first University not only of Greece but both the Balkan peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean region. It is among the largest universities in Europe.

Panepistimiou Avenue (Greek: Οδός Πανεπιστημίου -the street of the University) named after the University of Athens, is one of the major streets in Athens. The street was formally renamed as “Eleftherios Venizelos” Avenue in the 1980s (after the famous Prime Minister), but is still known by its historical name. The Central Building of the University of Athens, is very close to metro and is part of the famous NEOCLASSIC TRILOGY Part of the trilogy is “The Academy of Athens”, with elements borrowed from the Erechtion and the statues of Apollo, Athena, Socrates and Plato, that were built in the 19th century.

Also,  “The National Library”, the most important library in Greece. The double staircase in renaissance style leads to the main reading room.

Athens is one of the world's oldest cities, with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years. Home of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, it is widely recognized as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy.In addition to the celebrated classical sites, the city boasts Byzantine, medieval and 19th-century monuments as well as one of the best museums in the world and areas of surprising natural beauty. Today Athens, a cosmopolitan metropolis, central to the economic, financial, industrial, political and cultural life in Greece, is a breathtaking city with vibrant atmosphere and passionate people.

Gala dinner on Friday evening, 25/9/2015 (New Museum of Acropolis)

Τhe Greek committee will organize a boat trip on the Hydra island  in the Saronikos gulf,

in which the General Assembly of IFDA will be held (Sunday 27/9/2015)