Greek Community of Alexandria

ALSO APPEARS IN THE ARCHIVE AS: Greek Community in Alexandria

The Greek Community of Alexandria was established in 1843 on the initiative of the first Greek consul in Alexandria (Egypt), Michael Tositsas. Ever since its establishment, the community has been financially supporting educational, community service and religious institutes (schools, orphanages, nursing homes, hospitals, churches and cemeteries) as well as hospitals. The Community aims to serve the cultural, educational and religious needs of Greek citizens living in Alexandria and its suburbs.