Athens, Athens, Central Greece Klafthmonos Square is the one with the most denominations than any other square in Athens. According to the original plan of the city of Athens in 1834, it was called "Aeschylus Square". Along with the "Koumoundouros Square"... View More
Athens, Athens, Central Greece Kotzia Square (Greek: Πλατεία Κοτζιά) is a square in central Athens, Greece. The square retains several characteristics of 19th-century local neoclassical architecture, such as the City Hall of the Municipality of... View More
Athens, Athens, Central Greece Omonoia Square (Greek: Πλατεία Ομονοίας, Plateía Omonoías, pronounced [plaˈtia omoˈnias], "Concord Square", often simply referred to as Omónia [oˈmonia]) is a central square in Athens. It marks the northern... View More
Athens, Athens, Central Greece Syntagma Square (Constitution Square) is the oldest square of Athens.
Its modelling began in 1836 together with the construction of the palace and hence the original name given was Palace Square.
On the 3rd of September 1843... View More