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Hellenic College of London was a bilingual school in Knightsbridge, London. It was founded in 1980 by former King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and closed in 2005. It started as a boarding school, but it later also functioned as a day school. The second headmaster was James Wardrobe. The school was for Greek pupils or pupils with Greek origins. By 1996, it had 280 pupils, but after that it declined, finally having only 80 in 2005. Hellenic College's governors included Constantine, Anne-Marie, their son Nikolaos (an ex-pupil), and .

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  • Le collège hellénique de Londres était une institution privée anglo-grecque située dans le quartier de Knightsbridge, à Londres, au Royaume-Uni. Fondé en 1980 par l'ancien roi Constantin II de Grèce, le collège hellénique a fermé ses portes en 2005. Créé pour accueillir des élèves issus de la diaspora grecque, parmi lesquels les propres enfants de Contantin II, le collège hellénique a compté jusqu'à 280 recrues en 1996 mais n'en comptait plus que 80 en 2005, année où il a finalement fermé ses portes.
  • Hellenic College of London was a bilingual school in Knightsbridge, London. It was founded in 1980 by former King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and closed in 2005. It started as a boarding school, but it later also functioned as a day school. The second headmaster was James Wardrobe. The school was for Greek pupils or pupils with Greek origins. By 1996, it had 280 pupils, but after that it declined, finally having only 80 in 2005. Hellenic College's governors included Constantine, Anne-Marie, their son Nikolaos (an ex-pupil), and .
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  • Le collège hellénique de Londres était une institution privée anglo-grecque située dans le quartier de Knightsbridge, à Londres, au Royaume-Uni. Fondé en 1980 par l'ancien roi Constantin II de Grèce, le collège hellénique a fermé ses portes en 2005. Créé pour accueillir des élèves issus de la diaspora grecque, parmi lesquels les propres enfants de Contantin II, le collège hellénique a compté jusqu'à 280 recrues en 1996 mais n'en comptait plus que 80 en 2005, année où il a finalement fermé ses portes.
  • Hellenic College of London was a bilingual school in Knightsbridge, London. It was founded in 1980 by former King Constantine and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and closed in 2005. It started as a boarding school, but it later also functioned as a day school. The second headmaster was James Wardrobe. The school was for Greek pupils or pupils with Greek origins. By 1996, it had 280 pupils, but after that it declined, finally having only 80 in 2005. Hellenic College's governors included Constantine, Anne-Marie, their son Nikolaos (an ex-pupil), and .
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