Iera Odos is a street that during ancient times connected Athens with Eleusis and later on was named Iera (Sacred) because the Greater Eleusinan Mysteries procession was passing by this road.
Starting at the Sacred Gate in Kerameikos, it was 22 km in length and 4,80 m in width it had all along its length stone columns and written on them were the distances from the Ancient Agora of Athens (precisely the altar of the Twelve Gods), measured in Roman miles.
Today, it follows almost the same route and, starting on Pireos Street, passes by the Agricultural University, and continues through the Municipalities of Aigaleo and Haidari to finally connect with Athinon Avenue.
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THE ROAD OF STARS
Those of you curious to see how the major percentage of Greeks like to have fun, need go no further than the famous avenue called Iera Odos. Here, most of the elite Greek singers perform for their adoring fans in some of the biggest constructions in the city. After driving down this street at around midnight on a Saturday, you will understand why the singers here are considered the "Hollywood" of the country.
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