Pedestrian Street Iraklidon

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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. The tram lines that used to pass in front of the Herakleidon Museum are getting fainter as time passes by. Its upper part has a lot of cafes and restaurants with more expensive mainstream choices. Its lower part ends at the old Poulopoulos factory, which houses the Cultural Centre Melina Merkouri, has raki and excellent dishes.
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