Κτίριο Νικολάου Γύζη – Nicolaos Gyzis’ Building

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Nicolaos Gyzis’ Building has been declared as preserved building in the Municipality of Haidari and is located at the forecourt of the Tower Palataki on the junction of Athens Avenue with Karaiskakis street. It used to be the guest house of the Tower, where had lived the famous painter, as a guest of Nicolaos Nazos.
The walls of the building are full with paintings of Gysis called “The Four Seasons”: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. The last one is missing since the devastating decades of Noeclassicism, when the place of the “Winter” took a window. This work of art reveals all the details of how the yard of the building was, at the time when Nicolaos Gyzis lived there. (From 1865 to 1870).
The room with “The Four Seasons” is dedicated exclusively to the wall paintings of Nicolaos Gyzis, while in the other parts of the building is accommodated the Youth Information Centre, the School Committees of Primary and Secondary Education and the section of Lifelong Learning and the Department of Youth Sports and Cultural Services.