Pandrosos Pedestrian Street, Monastiraki

Pandrosos Pedestrian Street, Monastiraki Pandrosos Pedestrian Street, Monastiraki Pandrosos Pedestrian Street, Monastiraki
Pandrosos, the nurse of the legendary Erechtheus, gave the name to this small street that connects Mitropoleos square with Monastiraki. Here there are countless family businesses with souvenirs for the visitors of the city, leather items, traditional Greek products and folk art items. You can also find products and news of this special street at the webpage www.agoraofpandrossou.wordpress.com.
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