The National Bank of Greece building is a typical example of late neoclassical architecture. It is a stone-built, three story building containing an elevated basement and expanded third floor. The interior of the building is also interesting, since it is specially modeled to house the National Bank of Greece on the ground level and the residence of its Director is on the first floor.
The building was constructed in 1926. Due to the increasing needs of the Bank, there have been various renovations from time to time to the interior. The last approval for works was given in 1994 to the architect G. Papazoglou who also conducted the study.
Location: Chios Town, Chios
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