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Athens Line (14): Kotzia Square

Kotzia Square is the square beyond the Athens Market on Athinas street.

Kotzia Square is the square beyond the Athens Market on Athinas street. Is the Square of the Dimarcheo, or City Hall Square, the government center for Athens. The square which is known as Platia Ethniki Andistassis (National Resistance) or more popularly Kotzia Square is one of the most impressive squares in Greece, surrounded by some beautiful neo-classic buildings from the turn of the century.
In the area around you can also see:
Central Market (42, Athinas Str.): the enormous meat, fish and spice markets are a sensory overload that shouldn’t be missed by any but the most squeamish.