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5th Corporate Members’Meeting
21 & 22 April 2018
5th Meeting of DIAZOMA with its Corporate Members:
“Athens Trilogy: Eleusis – Athens – Lavrio”
The 5th Meeting of the DIAZOMA Association with its Corporate Members took place on Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22, 2018, at the ELEFSINA Hotel in Elefsina (Eleusis in ancient Greece). The topic was “Athens Trilogy: Eleusis – Athens – Lavrio”.
The town of Elefsina is involved in the joint effort made by the relevant authorities and DIAZOMA towards the implementation of a holistic program for the region of Attica. The aim of the project is to restore the functional connection of the ancient city of Athens with the sanctuary of Eleusis, Lavrio with its silver mines and Piraeus harbor, all of which contributed to the political, spiritual, philosophical, economic and commercial splendor of ancient Athens.
The program of this year’s meeting consisted of two main parts. The first one, on Saturday, April 21, 2018, was based on Athens trilogy: Eleusis – Athens – Lavrio and mainly focused on Elefsina. During the meeting, the programs jointly planned for the city of Elefsina by all responsible authorities and DIAZOMA were presented. They all aim at a sustainable development of the city.
The second part of the meeting took place on Sunday, April 22, 2018 and focused on the value and the potential of synergies. During the meeting, the holistic projects being carried out by the relevant authorities (Cultural Route of the Ancient Theatres of Epirus, Archaeological Park of the Asklepieion of Epidaurus, Cultural and Environmental Route of Central Greece, Sustainable Urban Development of Heraklion and Santorini Route) were presented. They all aim at highlighting the monuments and having them contribute to a sustainable development of the regions. Our corporate members are major contributors to the above programs.
You may see more photos of the two-day 5th Meeting of the “DIAZOMA” Association using the following link: