Kotzia Square is a one of the oldest squares of the modern Athens. It is crossed by two important commercial streets. The pedestrianized Aiolou street with its affordable clothing shops and the Aiolou street with its hardware stores and the central market.
Ι walk frequently on the Aiolou street and subsequently to the Kotzia square. Around the square there are three important historical building. On Aiolou street The building of the headquarters of the national bank of Greece and the Mela Mansion ex central post office. On Athinas street the city hall of Athens.
In the middle there is an impressive fountain. Below the square there is an underground car parking. Very convent for those who have rented a car.
The area around is not very safe during nights when the shop are closed. The presence of the security around the central national bank of Greece helps a little.
The square is the center for exhibitions, concerts, demonstrations etc. Nearly every time I pass there is a happening.
There are some coffee shops at the north side of the square. I avoid them because there not touristic neither their quality of coffee is as good as I like.
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