2 Arsakeiou Arcade Streets and Arcades The impressive architecture of the arcade with the glass roof, the interior octagonal square and the dome on the roof is the work of the German architect Ernst Ziller and was designed in 1907. Herodou Attikou Streets and Arcades In just four blocks unfolds the most expensive street in Greece. Kerameikos Pedestrian Zone Streets and Arcades Part of the project Unification of Athens Archaeological Sites for the promotion of the monuments of the city, the pedestrian zone was inaugurated just before the Olympic Games of 2004. Kourtaki Stoa Streets and Arcades At the intersection of Kolokotroni and Libona is Kourtaki Stoa, one of the most beautiful neoclassical in the centre of Athens. Merchants’ Arcade Streets and Arcades The Merchants’ Arcade connects Voulis to Lekka street and it was designed by Leonidas Bonis and Emmanuel Lazaridis in 1950. Opera Arcade Streets and Arcades Since the 1960s the Opera Arcade has been related to classical music and fans of this frequent its specialized record shops. Pandrosos Pedestrian Street, Monastiraki Streets and Arcades Pandrosos, the nurse of the legendary Erechtheus, gave the name to this small street that connects Mitropoleos square with Monastiraki. Panormou Streets and Arcades At the shadow of Apollo Tower, which is the second highest building in Athens, is the area of Panormou. Pedestrian Street Iraklidon Streets and Arcades Iraklidon is a picturesque pedestrian street with many buildings, neoclassic houses of merchants and other people that live in the area and have the aura of another era. Vasilissis Sofias Avenue Streets and Arcades Designed initially as a classical boulevard, Vasilissis Sofias avenue is one of the largest and most central avenues of Athens. Evripidou street Streets and Arcades The intense scents that spring from the stores at Evripidou street create an enchanting route from Klathmonos square to Koumoundourou street. Panepistimiou Streets and Arcades It was completed in 1859 although buildings appeared already from 1840.