Klathmonos Square

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It was designed by the architect Leo von Klenze in 1838 as part of the plan for the city of Athens after an invitation by king Otto and was the first area where they planted trees in the new capital. While the name that was proposed was Aeschylus square in 1878 the name that prevailed was Klathmonos square. Nowadays, the block between Stadiou, Dragatsaniou, Palaion Patron Germanou and Paparigopoulou is used for cultural events, municipal events, concerts etc.
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