Mavili Square

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Under the hill of Lycabettus at the area of Ampelokipi and near the Megaron Athens Concert Hall is Mavili square, one of the liveliest squares of the city. Its present day name comes from the poet Lorentsos Mavilis, whose bust is at the square.

With legendary bars and new stores all the time, it constitutes for a long time the point of reference for the night life of Athens. The landmark of the square has been since 1989 the “canteen” services hundreds of people every night.
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