Newspapers and magazines from all over the world in the Central Public Library of Veria. A kind offer from the Coffee Island of Veria

More than 7,000 newspapers and magazines from around the world can be read by the Public Central Library’s readers, through Pressreader, the world’s largest electronic kiosk.

It offers powerful browsing, reading, searching and listening tools, making reading an enjoyable experience. This new service is provided free of charge to the visitors of the Central Public Library of Veria, courtesy of the Coffee Island of Veria.

If you create an account with the PressReader service and log in from the Library network you have direct access for 7 days, even from other networks (home, work, etc.). A prerequisite: connect to your own device.

You can also save the issues you want so you can read them later.

In Pressreader you will find newspapers and magazines from Greece and more than 100 countries and in more than 60 languages. You can browse famous newspapers such as Kathimerini, Naftemporiki, The Guardian, The Washington Post, El Pais, Daily Mail and others on the same day of their release.

It covers many thematic categories of magazines such as history, fashion, healthy eating, physical exercise, cars, hobbies, children’s education, technology, decoration, gaming, photography, travel, sports, music, art, entrepreneurship and more.

A kind offer from the Coffee Island of Veria


The Central Public Library of Veria would like to warmly thank the Coffee Island of Veria, located at 31, Venizelou Street and 178 Pierion Road, for their sponsorship for the benefit of our readers.

From 1999 until now Coffee Island coffee shops offer coffee lovers the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of new blends and a host of useful items for making a delicious, high-quality specialty coffee.

Nowadays, the public’s response is translated into numbers: the Coffee Islands chain counts over 400 stores in Greece and abroad.


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γράφτηκε στις 13 Ιούνιος 2018
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