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ETHIOPIA
GREEK COMMUNITY OF ADDIS ABABA
 P.O. BOX 598
ADDIS ABABA
Telephone  251 - 1 - 516 631 * 516 921
Fax 251 - 1 - 550 310
 ETHIOPIA
(Dire Dawa)
GREEK COMMUNITY OF DIRE DAWA
P.O.BOX 122
 DIRE DAWA
Telephone 251 - 5 - 113 477 * 113 016
Fax 251 - 5 - 113 972


GREEK COMMUNITY 
Telephone 515870
Address Woreda 18, Kebele 18, P.O.Box 598

  Ethiopia's Historical Buildings

  Acropolis Tavern
 Addis Ababa Ethiopia

 Excellent Greek restaurant in a spacious   garden villa on Olympia Road- about 3 kms  after the traffic light on Bole. Many choices, including lamb, fish, chicken and pork shish kebab. Save room for tiramisu. About 80 birr per person. Tel. 16 69 30, 16 36 11


OLYMPIAKOS HELLENIC ATHLETIC ASSN
P.O. BOX 598
ADDIS ABABA
TEL : 251 - 1 - 516 631 
TELEFAX : 251 - 1 - 550 310

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The Greek Church in Addis Ababa
St, Froumendios
GREEK OTHORDOX CHURCH
Telephone 522440


 

 




Embassy of Greece
in Addis Ababa,
Ethiopia

Embassy in Addis Abeba
Address: Africa Avenue,
Addis Abeba, P.O.Box 1168
Tel.: (002511) 654911-2 -
Fax:
654883
E-mail:
greekeembassy@telecom.net.et
Head of Mission: Spyros Aliagas




  
 





 
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GREEK SCHOOL 
OF ADDIS ABABA IN ETHIOPIA STILL GOING STRONG

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Greek Community School is located in Addis AbAba, Ethiopia. 
The purpose of this web site is to network all the  Ex-students of G.C.S that reside around the world. 

Once home to a thriving Greek community of over 4,000; the military takeover of the Ethiopia in 1974 caused many Greeks to leave. Some stayed behind and maintained many of the institutions that were set up by their forefathers, including the prominent Greek school of Addis Ababa. 
 
Home today to 120 students, 80 of which live in the borading house, the school conducts classes in all Greek and learn everything from Greek georgraphy, to history and philosophy.  While students have to prove some Greek blood to enroll, (how do you prove that?) the school has done a great job in maintaining the connection with Greece dispite the distance and wars that have ravaged Ethiopia the past few decades.
 
Many of the students end up receiving scholorships to eventually go and study in Greece.



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