The doors of the headquarters of the New Pythagorean School open

On October 10, the Crotone headquarters of the New Pythagorean School officially opened.

In the heart of the city, the splendid premises overlooking Piazza Duomo thus become a place of culture open to all where philosophical and educational initiatives can be merged, a physical space for the exchange of ideas and comparison.

In the presence of numerous civil, religious and professional authorities who also came from outside the region, the president Marco Tricoli and the scholarch Salvatore Mongiardo illustrated the purposes and the path that the New Pythagorean School has followed to open today this very important center that sets itself ambitions international.

Among the guests also Prof. Nisticò, who in addition to remembering the prestigious project of the Dulbecco Institute, anticipated the collaboration with the New Pythagorean School and the Magna Grecia University for the establishment of a Summer School in the new headquarters of the NPS.

To cut the ribbon, Attorney Mungari, who with his family made these splendid rooms available to the New Pythagorean School.

Among the other projects anticipated during the inauguration are those of setting up a library within the premises with an adjoining reading corner, a place for study and meeting, and initiatives related to training in general, including university.

A historic moment therefore for the city of Crotone which faces with renewed enthusiasm a future as a protagonist and guide, just like in the time of Pythagoras, for an ethical, philosophical and scientific change today more than ever necessary for all humanity, aimed at build a happier and more harmonious society. The first scheduled events will be announced in the next few days, while for any request for more information the New Pythagorean School is always ready, open and available to all through its official website - newascuolapitagorica.org.

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