There is offered a unique object for sale in the elite district of Kolonaki Restaurant — bar with a total area of 480 square meters has a corner location in the most central street of the prestigious area Kolonaki (Greek Κολωνάκι) is an area in the center of Athens, located to the south and west of the Likavit hill. From the west, Kolonaki is bordered by the University Avenue (λεωφόρος Πανεπιστημίου), from the south and east — by the Avenue of the King of Constantine (λεωφόρος Βασιλέως Κωνσταντίνου) and the Queen Sofia (λεωφόρος Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας). The extreme north-eastern point of the district is the Athenian concert hall Megaron. Kolonaki got its name from the square with the same name, on which there is an old marble column 2 m high and 30 cm in diameter. In the Middle Ages, local people installed such monuments on the site of the spent rituals for getting rid of epidemics of diseases and other disasters. In the 19–20 centuries, the proximity of the Royal Palace (in which the Greek Parliament later occupied) facilitated the settlement of the area by representatives of the upper strata of the population. Kolonaki has turned into the most fashionable area of Athens, full of fashion boutiques, jewelry shops and expensive restaurants. The main shopping street Vukurestiu (Bucharest) was named in honor of the Bucharest Peace Treaty of 1913, under the terms of which Greece and Epirus and Macedonia crossed over. In Kolonaki there are the Benaki Museum, located in the neoclassical Gulandris Manor, the Museum of Cycladic Art, the Museum of the History of
Shop – Lagonisi, Attica, Greece
Total area: 480 m²
Location and nearby objects
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