Pedestrian Bridge Calatrava

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The funerary stele of Hegeso in Kerameikos, known for its aesthetics and the expressiveness of the figures, was the source of inspiration for the architect Santiago Calatrava for the design of the pedestrian bridge at Mesogeion Avenue, near the Katechaki Metro Station. The pedestrian bridge, which was delivered in May 2004, constitutes a point of reference for Athens.
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