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With a flattering article “the Guardian” praises Trikala, a smart city in the heart of rural Greece, which one could not imagine, highlighting the innovative public works that have been done here and how much technology has changed the lives of its residents. The original article Inside Greece’s first smart city: ‘Now you don’t need […]
Although Trikala is an area with no airport, it’s continuous tourist development of the past years has been the occasion for the two-page tribute of the Blue magazine, an Aegean Airlines publication, in the May-June 2018 issue. The points stressed are the Central Bridge, the Tsitsanis Museum, the Matsopoulos Mill, the fresco in Manavika, the […]