Posted on Fri, 22 Feb 2013 by KiM

Tina from Greece wrote us about a really cool renovation project in Nafplion that she blogged about. It’s called Fougaro (“smokestack”) – a former pre-WWII tomato cannery that closed in 1956, was bought at an auction in 1997 after 15 years or restoration and renovation, is now a fantastic venue dedicated to art and creativity complete with an Arts & Humanities library, a workshop, a café, a concert hall and, most importantly, an exhibition hall. WOW – what an incredible, inspirational place. (Photos via Yatzer and Fougaro’s FB).

Thank you for sharing this with your readers!

els van der zijden says:

Fantastic!!! I shall come soon to visit. Very good that such a centre exists in Nafplio!!!!

oregonbird says:

We need more places to gather, create and grow. This is so beautiful. I'm going to look for pictures of it in full roar!

Zuley says:

Heart stopped at the books with the stairs, just inclined like a ladder look. Just what the awesomness?

Very interesting and beautiful place!
A must visit and stay spot.

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