Anatolia College

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The modern, well-equipped buildings sit on an expansive campus of approximately 54 acres, which is organized in 3 units and has numerous and diverse teaching facilities and assembly halls. Specifically, Anatolia College has four assembly halls, two conference/theater halls, more than 115 classrooms, two closed gyms, two tennis courts, six basketball courts, five volleyball courts, and two football fields, one of which is a tracking field stadium and an open Amphitheatre that can host up to 300 people seated. The capacity of our halls varies from 20 to 400 participants, meeting all possible conference needs.


Since its founding in 1886, the name of Anatolia has been synonymous with educational innovation and achievement. Located in Thessaloniki, Greece since 1923, Anatolia College is a private, non-profit, international learning community imbued with the best ideals of Greek and American education. As one of the leading institutions that offer quality education from pre-K all the way to graduate studies, Anatolia prepares eager learners from all over the world for the challenges of professional life and beyond, through its various academic divisions.

Anatolia College comprises of:

  •  Anatolia Elementary School
  •  Anatolia High School
  •  Pinewood American International School
  •  ACT
  •  CTY Greece
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Thessaloniki Concert Hall

The Thessaloniki Concert Hall was built along the coast of the city in an area of 18.000 sq. m. Since its inception in 2000, it has recorded numerous successful productions, ranging from music concerts and operas to opening ceremonies and international conventions. The Thessaloniki Concert Hall has risen to a major component of the city’s economic and cultural vitality, and to its creative ever-growing perspectives.

Τhe Thessaloniki Concert Hall consists of two Main Buildings:

M1

  • Main Hall
  • Conference Halls  
  • Foyer       

M2

  • Amphitheatron
  • Conference Halls
  • Foyer 
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Therefore, it has all the characteristics that make it important: exceptional acoustics, a main hall of 1.400 seats, a reception hall (foyer), the rooms of the administrative and technical offices, as well as all the necessary facilities for the hosting of events. Special provision exists for people with disabilities, by means of appropriate seats and elevators. Moreover, the external appearance of the building has been entirely harmonized with the history of Thessaloniki, combining elements from its byzantine past as well as from its contemporary cosmopolitan role.