The refuge of Patras under Ypsilon Alonia square once again emerges as a pole of highlighting historical memory as dozens of students from schools in the area pass through its gates every day, in order to be guided around its premises and to come into contact with the historical archive that is hosted there.
The guided tour of the shelter, which hosts archival and anniversary material of unique importance, through which moments from the bombing of the city at the beginning of World War II, its occupation and liberation by the Nazi troops, are highlighted by members of the Board of Directors . in the Cultural Organization.
As part of the organized visits on the morning of Tuesday, November 7, the shelter was visited by students from 1The Paralia Primary School, who were guided around the site and the exhibition by the member of the Board of Directors. Rena Skarlatou.
In the following days, the shelter will be visited by Diakopto Primary School, 41The Primary School of Patras, members of SOPSY Patras, the 3The High school and 7The Patras High School, the 6The Agrinio High School, the 29The Primary School, the 10thThe GEL, the 43The Primary School and the 40thThe Saravali Primary School.
The Cultural Organization, within the framework of the actions it implements, organizes guided tours of clubs and schools in the area of the refuge. Those interested can contact 2610-390-935 & 2610-361-527 (weekdays 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.).
The refuge is open Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm and Sunday (same hours). Saturday remains closed.