Allatini’s factory in Thessaloniki

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Ceramics Allatini S.A is a long-standing industry in Greece, since 1858. Once belonged to the wealthy family of Allatini, Jews from Italy.

The also owned Allatini mill and the building where the Prefecture in now housed, which was the family’s Villa.

Allatini is the name of a historic flour milling company, founded in 1858 by Moses Allatini and his brother, in Thessaloniki, Greece.

The company had two industry sectors, ceramic production and flour mills.

In the late 19th century, the Allatini family founded the famous Allatini flour-mills, in a large industrial area of the city. During the next decades the company was expanded, and in the 1930s the mills were the biggest in the Balkans.

Since then, the company’s ownership changed many times, but preserving its historic name.

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