Full name: Patroklos Karantinos
Original name: Πάτροκλος Καραντινός
Born: 1903 in İstanbul, İstanbul, Turkey
Died: December 4, 1976 in Athens, Attiki, Greece
Sport: Art Competitions
Greek architect Patroklos Karantinos studied in Athina and became an architect of classical modernism, leaving for Paris after graduation. He later built many public buildings, including the Archaeological Museums in Heraklion and Thessaloníki. Later he was part of the school construction program of the Greek government and became its director. After World War II he taught from 1959-68 in Thessaloníki.
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