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Administrative Region : West Greece
Regional unit : Achaia

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Glaraki (Greek: Γλαράκη) is a neighbourhood in the city of Patras.

Glaraki

Glaraki (Greek: Γλαράκη) is a district in the city of Patras. The area is located at the end of Germanos Street. Today, it features a complex of elementary schools. The origin of the name comes from the minister (1832) of the Achaea prefecture, Georgios Glarakis.Τηε Glaraki District is one of the oldest in Patras in the Upper Town, bordering the Aroi, Critika, Sinora, St. Demetrius and Marouda. ("D. Karatzas, C. Charalambous, D. Gotsi, G. Lyra, Patras, "Visit Names", 1995).
"Georgios Glarakis" school complex

The "George Glarakis" school complex is located in the Upper Town at the terminus of Old Patron Germanou Street (No. 184)
Sxoleia glaraki 1931.
Glarakis George (1789-1855)

in the Tampachana area - also called Glaraki district. It was built on a site where formerly the George Glarakis Estate was donated by the Glarakis family to build a primary School, since there was a shortage of primary schools in the then developing area, and for this reason the School was associated with the name of the George Glarakis. The school building is surrounded by Paleon Patron Germanou,3rd Oribatikou, Georgiou Roufou and Daniilidos Streets. The architectural drawings of the 8th and 9th primary schools are signed in 1931 by the architect of the Ministry of Education's Research Office George I. Petritsopoulos with the note: "for the construction on the Glarakis stadium of two primary schools of the Patras 8th and 9th Archives [ with the mark: [2 Primary School of Patras. "Glaraki" (8th and 9th c. 1930-1931).[File:Sxoleia glaraki_1931.jpg|thumb|Sxoleia glaraki_1931]
Georgios Glarakis

George Glarakis (1789-1855) Greek, scholar, doctor, philosopher, politician 1789 - Chios 1814-1817- Studies at the University of Göttingen, Germany - Dr. of Medicine 1817-1820 - Doctor in Vienna. 1820 - returns to Greece 1821- 1823 participates in the Greek Revolution against the Turks He collaborates with Th. Kolokotronis. 1823-1826 – Minister of the Interior Affairs 1827- 1831 -Minister of Foreign Affairs- State-Navy 1832-1835- Prefect of Achaia-Ilia prefectures 1837-1838-Minister of Education - he contributes to the founding of the University of Athens- 1838 - With his proposal, it is established the annual celebration of the anniversary of 1821 on March 25th 1847-Minister of the Interior Affairs 1846-1855-President of the Archaeological Society 1913- A section of the Glaraki Estate is granted to become the 2nd terminal of the tram (current contribution of Paleon Patron Germanou-3rd Orivatikou streets) 1931- The Glaraki Plot is granted to build the 8th - 9th primary schools of Patras.
References

The first version of the article is translated from the article at the Greek Wikipedia (el:Main Page)
Source of information: http://9dim-patras.ach.sch.gr/school/history
http://drive.google.com/file/d/1sSs6q1aBjy12lyjvFLE8qOw0J2noPdDb/view?usp=sharinghttps/The history of the 9th elemantary school of Patras "GEORGIOS GLARAKIS".MP4

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