Greek architecture student excels in UN competition

12 March 2016
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Nadia Anthouli, a 26-year-old architecture student in the Polytechnic University of Crete, has excelled in an international competition organized by the UN.

The UN competition was organized in order to celebrate the 70th anniversary of nuclear weapon and weapons of mass destruction elimination, and aimed to feature the best posters regarding the celebration.

Nadia sent her submission last January and got a response on March 8th. “They congratulated me and told me that my poster was among the 12 best ones. There were over 4,000 submissions in the competition,” Anthouli says.

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