After WWII the city was expanded rapidly. Today Larissa is the fourth largest Greek city with many squares, taverns and cafes. It has three public hospitals with one being a military hospital. It hosts the Hellenic Air Force Headquarters and NATO Headquarters in Greece. It has a School of Medicine and a School of Biochemistry – Biotechnology and the third largest in the country Institute of Technology.
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Larisa (gr.lashtë. Λάρισα, gr.antike Λάρισσα, Larissa) qytet në Greqin qendrore.Afër Selanikut.. Larisa është kryeqendër e regjionit administrativ Thesalia si dhe seli e prefekturës me të njëjtin emër.
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Larissa (/ ləˈrɪsə /; Greek: Λάρισα, Lárisa, [ˈlarisa]) is the capital and largest city of the Thessaly region in Greece. It is the fifth-most populous city in Greece with a population of 144,651 according to the 2011 census (181,713 est. 2018).
Larissa Schuster (née Foreman; born January 1, 1960) is an American convicted murderer who was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 2008 for committing the July 2003 murder of her estranged husband Timothy Schuster by submerging his body in hydrochloric acid.
AEL was created from a vision of a powerful team that will represent a city like Larisa in the top category. The 17 May 1964, is referred to as the exact date of its establishment, and then—after a barrage of meetings and discussions held at the Municipal Conservatory of Larissa and a catalytic last meeting of the local county clubs—it was decided the merger of Iraklis Larissa, "Aris ...
- 17 May 1964; 57 years ago
- Βασίλισσα του Κάμπου, (Queen of the Lowlands), Οι Βυσσινί, (The Crimsons)
- Αθλητική Ένωση Λάρισας, Athlitikί Énosi Lárissa
Larissa or Neptune VII, is the fifth closest moon to Neptune.It is named after Larissa, a lover of Poseidon in Greek mythology..It was first found by Harold J. Reitsema, William B. Hubbard, Larry A. Lebofsky and David J. Tholen based on ground-based stellar occultation observations on May 24, 1981, and given the designation S/1981 N 1 and said on 29 May 1981.