Exarcheia

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The neighborhood took its name from Exarchos, the grocer from Epirus, who had its store at Themistocleous street and its history started in about 1850 with the first houses under Strefi hill. Here live intellectuals, university students and artists. Exarcheia is the “home” of bookstores, publishing houses, printing houses and record shops. The district has a bohemian character which sometime can take explosive dimensions due to fights between rioters and the police.
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