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naturalSCIENCE Mirror at the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki


January 1, 1998: naturalSCIENCE is now available both from the naturalscience.com server, which is located in North America, and from a mirror located on the student server of the School of Engineering (http://www.egnatia.ee.auth.gr) at the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. naturalSCIENCE thanks the students of the School of Engineering at the Aristotle University for the mirror facility, in particular, Markos Giannopoulos, Webmaster, and Vassilis Rizopoulos of the students' server administration team.

About Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, named after the sister of Alexander the Great, is located at the boundary of Europe and Asia. The city was founded on the site of a neolithic settlement by King Cassander of Macedonia in 315 BC. In 168 BC, Thessaloniki became capital of the Roman province of Macedonia. With the founding of the Byzantine empire in 395 AD, Thessaloniki was proclaimed coregent with Constantinople. Occupied by the Turks in 1430, Thessaloniki was liberated by Greece in 1912. With a population of one million, Thessaloniki is Greece's second biggest city and her greatest port. In 1997, the city was designated the Cultural Capital of Europe. The Aristotle University in Thessaloniki is Greece's largest university with a student population of 60,000.



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