Monday, 15 April 2024

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This petite square, Agion Asomaton, has a church with the same name on it and is also found on Ermou Street, just a few meters from the Thissio Metro Station. ...more
Agion Asomaton Square, Thissio, Athens, Attica, Greece
The Nea Smyrni central square is one of the most recognized geographical spots in the area. It is one on the biggest squares in Greece. The Nea Smyrni Square's area is 20 acres along with the round pavement. It is a place of recreation and walks ...more
Nea Smyrni Square, Nea Smyrni, Attica, Greece 17124
Kanari Square in Piraeus is littered with cafes that mainly cater to the youth of the area. These venues offer affordable beverages and the opportunity to enjoy the favored Greek pastime of playing "tavli" (a.k.a. "Backgammon"). ...more
Pl. Kanari, Piraeus (Center / Port), Piraeus, Attica, Greece 18534
Monastiraki Square consists of crossroads with many visitors since it is here that the pedestrian ways of Ifaistou and Pandrossou Streets begin. The small square is at the junction of Athinas Street and Ermou Street, under which the Monastiraki Metro ...more
Monastiraki Square, Monastiraki, Athens, Attica, Greece
Omonoia Square is theoretically the center of the City of Athens, with heavy traffic and a common meeting spot. The square's traffic route from the 19th century until 1998 once more fully circumvented the center with six streets, of which five also ...more
Omonoia Square, Omonoia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10431
The name “Klafthmonos” came after a report of a magazine because in that particular area, dismissed officials that used to work in the public sector would gather and protest against the every new re-elected government for corruption issues. ...more
Klafthmonos Square, Platia Klafthmonos, Athens, Attica, Greece 10561
The Square named after former Mayor of Athens, K. Kotzias (1892-1951) and has preserved the main characteristics of 19th Century local neoclassical architecture, such as the Town Hall of the Municipality of Athens and the old National Bank building. ...more
Kotzia Square, Omonoia, Athens, Attica, Greece 10551
The often ill reputed square of Exarchia, just ten minutes away from the center, has become, today, a lovely place for many surrounding university students to congregate as well as alumni and those who like its rock-chic edge. ...more
Exarchia Square, Exarcheia, Athens, Attica, Greece
Filikis Eterias Square is the main square of the most aristocratic "Kolonaki". This part of Athens offers an abundance of luxury shopping, spots for a glamorous coffee or chic drink, or restaurants for serious business meetings. ...more
Platia Kolonakiou, Kolonaki, Athens, Attica, Greece 10674
This is the main square of Thissio district. Jaqueline de Romilly was a Greek and French female philologist that was known for her great admiration of the Ancient Greek culture. ...more
Platia Jaqueline de Romilly, Thissio, Athens, Attica, Greece
Alexandras Square has some lovely, rustic fish taverns with canopied tables directly overlooking the water. Upon taking a slanted right turn to the beautiful Square with a view of the Saronic high above the beach, one will be confronted with a ...more
Pl. Alexandras, Piraeus (Center / Port), Piraeus, Attica, Greece 18534
Syntagma Square is located in central Athens, Greece. The Square is named after the Constitution King Otto was forced to grant the people after a popular and military uprising, on September 3, 1843. Syntagma Square, together with Omonoia Square, is ...more
Syntagma Square, Syntagma, Athens, Attica, Greece 10557