1928, Greece, Leontio Lykeio, Lycée Léonin , Athens, Yearbook, Photoalbum, Greek Boy School, Marist Brothers


The Marist Brothers of the Schools, commonly known as simply the Marist Brothers, is an international community of Catholic religious institute of brothers. In 1817, Marcellin Champagnat, a Marist priest from France, founded the Marist Brothers with the goal of educating young people, especially those most neglected. While most of the brothers minister in school settings, others work with young people in parishes, religious retreats and spiritual accompaniment, at-risk youth settings, young adult ministry and overseas missions.

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Λεόντειον Λύκειον, Αθήνα

Διευθυνόμενον υπο των Freres Maristes


Leonteion Lykeion Athens (Lycée Léonin)

Directed by the Μarist Brothers

Yearbook 1928-1929


Original Green Card -Board Binding

24cm x 18cm (approx. 9,5inch. x7,2inch.)

72 Pages

Fully Illustrated with Photos

First Edition



The Lycée Léonin (Greek: Λεόντειο Λύκειο, romanized: Leónteio Lýkeio) is a non-profit private school in Athens, Greece. It was founded in 1838 and belongs to the Catholic Church. Since 1907 it has been run by the Community of the Marist Brothers (Frères Maristes), a group of Catholic monks dedicated to education. The school has campuses in Nea Smyrni and Patissia and is directed by a community of six Marist Brothers that reside in Athens.

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