Tsakalof pedestrian street

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In the heart of Kolonaki, in just a few meters there is a small world. Luxurious clothes, expensive cafes and restaurants. On the corner with Patriarchou Ioakeim is the legendary café Da Capo, which until recently was a favorite spot of politicians and journalists. The street took its name from Athanasios Tsakalof, a founding member of the Filiki Etairia.
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