Δευτέρα, 29 Ιανουαρίου 2018

Great success was the cutting of 2018 Vasilopita of the Greek Mills Institute with His Beatitude Archbishop Ieronymos II of Athens and All Greece (Photos)

Sunday 28 January. His Beatitude Archbishop Ieronymos II of Athens and All Greece, attended the event of the traditional Vasilopita 2018 at the offices of the Institute of Greek Mills. 

His Beatitude Archbishop of Athens and all Greece, gave his present wishes for the new year 2018. Greeting was given by the Metropolitan of Thiva and Levadia, His Eminence Georgiou.

The annual honorary diploma of IETM was awarded to Mrs. Anna Psoma, architect, for her work: Hydrocarbon Industrial Buildings in Livadeia 1860-1950. Recording an adventure of buildings and people. The publication - Livadeia 2017 - was pronounced by the architect Mr. Stefanos Nomikos, ex president of IETM, and a representative of TIMS.
The President of the Institute of Greek Mills Maria Grypari, Architect - Engineer, welcomed the guests with wishes for the new year 2018 and thanked them warmly for their valuable contribution to IETM.
Among the attendees of the full hall from members and friends of IETM, was the Secretary of IETM Eleni Chalkoutsaki Architect - Town Planner, former Vice-President of IETM Dr. Chrysoula Tsigri, School Counselor of French of Athens and the islands of Chios and Lesbos, Greek Canadian opera composer Panagiotis Karousos, and others.
After the traditional Vasilopita pie was cut, a delicious buffet was served, which were offered to the attendees.

The Institute of Hellenic Mills (I.t.E.M.)
The Institute of Hellenic Mills is a non-profit organization established for the purposes of study, research, documentation, and protection of historical forms of mills, as well as related traditional systems of energy sources in the Greek territory. Its specific aims are: formation of archives within a Documentation Center; specialization of scientific and technical personnel; creation of a Museum of Molinological History in Greece and finally organizing regional and international meetings and exhibitions, as well as any other activities for the promotion of the “mill”.
The term “mill” designates its various forms, as being classified according to aspects like: source of driving force (hand-mill, animal- or human-driven mill, windmill, watermill, etc.), final product (flour mill, rice mill, gunpowder mill, oil-mill, tanning mill etc.), mechanical function (compression, hulling, sawing, grinding, crushing, etc.) and includes all those elements that constitute its physical surroundings.
Being a member of The International Molinological Society (T.I.M.S.), the Institute of Hellenic Mills was established in Athens in 1996. Its regular members, both individuals and institutions from Greece or abroad, are approx. 300. They can be architects, archaeologists, historians, ethnologists, folklorists, engineers, restorers, lawyers, economists, researchers, mill owners, local authorities etc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
 
 
 
The Institute of Hellenic Mills was located at 33 Aghion Asomaton Str., Athens 10553. Recently we relocated at the adjacent building on 45 Aghion Asomaton Str., Athens 10553.

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