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Plateia (πλατεία) is the Greek word for town square. Most Greek and Cypriot cities have one or several town squares.

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Most notable squares/plateies (ordered by place)

Cyprus

  • Eleftherias Square - Nicosia & Larnaca

Greece

  • Agia Paraskevi Square - Agia Paraskevi
  • Iroon Square - Ano Liosia
  • Agia Triada Square - Argyroupoli
  • Monastiraki, Omonoia Plateia Omonoias, and Syntagma Squares (Constitution Square Plateia Syntagmatos) all three in Athens
  • Plateia Amerikis - suburban Athens
  • Pavlou Mela Square Plateia Pavlou Mela - Axioupoli
  • Central Square Kentriki Plateia - Didymoteicho
  • Egon Square - Edessa
  • Eleftherias Square - Feres
  • Central Square Kentriki Plateia - Filiatra
  • Central Square Kentriki Plateia - Fyli
  • Agia Triada Square - Glyka Nera
  • Marathonas Square - Grammatiko
  • Bakogiannis Square - Heraklia
  • Daskalogiannis Square Plateia Daskalogianni (named after Daskalogiannis) - Heraklio
  • Kariaiskaki Square - Ilioupoli
  • Davaki Square Plateia Davaki - Kallithea, SW of Athens
  • Agoras Square (meaning Market Square) Plateia Agoras - Kilkis
  • Vizyinou Square - Komotini
  • Nikis Square - Plateia Nikis - Kozani
  • Dimokratias Square - Plateia Dimokratias - Katerini
  • Agiou Dimitriou Square - Lechaina
  • Christos Elkomenos Square - Monemvasia
  • Plateia Syntagmatos and Trion Navarchon Square - Nafplio
  • Georgiou II Square (George II Square), Olga Square Plateia Olgas and Ypsila Alonia Square Plateia Ypsila Alonia - all in Patras
  • Korai Square Plateia Korai - Piraeus
  • Eleftherias Square - Servia
  • Agias Mimas Square - Spetses
  • Aristotelous Square - Thrakomakedones
  • Kennedy Square, and two others - Tripoli
  • Iroon Square (Plateia Iroon) - Vrilissia
  • Riga Fereou Square - Volos

Agia Paraskevi (Greek: Άγια Παρασκευή) is a suburb in Athens, Greece. ... Ano Liosia or Ano Liossia (Greek:Άνω Λιόσια ) is a suburb in the nrothern part of Athens, Greece. ... Argyroupoli or Argiroupoli (Greek: Αργυρούποληις meaning silver city from αργύρος argyros silver and πολη polis city), older forms: Argyroupolis and Argiroupolis, Latin: Argyropolis, is a suburb in the southern part of Athens, Greece. ... Omonoia Square is a square in Athens. ... Syntagma Square (also called Constitution Square), is located in central Athens, Greece. ... The Acropolis in central Athens, one of the most important landmarks in world history. ... A church in Didymoteicho Didymoteicho (or Didimoteixo), (Greek, Modern: Διδυμότειχο, Ancient/Katharevousa: Διδυμότειχον, meaning twin walls from didymo twin and teicho wall) is a town located in the eastern part of the prefecture of Evros. ... Edessa (Greek: Έδεσσα is an ancient town of 25,000 inhabitants in northern Greece, the capital of the Pella prefecture and is also the provincial capital of the province of the same name. ... Filiatra (Greek: Φιλιατρά), is a town located in western Messenia. ... Fyli or Fili (Greek: Φυλή), Latin and ancient form: Phyle, is a suburb in the northwestern part of Athens, Greece. ... Glyka Nera or Glika Nera (Greek: Γλυκά Νερά meaning sweet water), is a suburb in the northeastern part of Athens, Greece. ... Grammatiko is a Greek village in east Attica, approximately 40 km (25 miles) north of Athens. ... Ioannis Daskalogiannis (Ioannis Vlachos, Δασκαλογιάννης) (?-June 17, 1771) was a Cretan rebel against Ottoman rule in the 18th century. ... For the village in Corinthia, see Heraklion, Corinthia. ... Ilioupoli (Greek, Modern: Ηλιούπολη, Ancient/Katharevousa: -is meaning sun city), older forms: Hilioupoli and Ilioupolis is a suburb in the east southeastern part of Athens, Greece. ... Kallithea (Greek: Καλλιθέα) or Kalithea is a city 8 km SW of Athens. ... Kilkis (Greek: Κιλκίς, Bulgarian/Macedonian (Slavonic): Кукуш; transliterated KukuÅ¡ or Kukush) is a small provincial city in Central Macedonia, Greece. ... Komotini (or Komotene Greek: Κομοτήνη) is the current capital of the Greek department of Thrace, located in the north-east of Greece, Rodopi Prefecture. ... Kozani (Greek: Κοζάνη) is a city in northern Greece, capital of Kozani Prefecture. ... Katerini (Greek: Κατερίνη) is a town in Northern Greece, the capital of Pieria prefecture. ... Lechainá (Λεχαινά), also Lechena or Lehena is a town in the Prefecture of Ilia, Greece that is 39 km N (old distance: 37 km) north of the nearby city of Pyrgos and regions of Messenia and Arcadia. ... Monemvasia (Greek: Μονεμβασία), or Malvasy, is a medieval fortress with an adjacent town, located on a small peninsula off the east coast of the Peloponnese in the Greek prefecture of Laconia. ... Syntagma Square (Πλατεῖα Συντάγματος) (also called Constitution Square), is located in central Athens, Greece. ... Náfplio (Ναύπλιον) is a town on the Peloponnese in Greece. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Piraeus, or Peiraeus (Modern Greek: Πειραιά(ς) Pireá(s), Ancient Greek / Katharevousa: Πειραιεύς Pireéfs) is a city in the prefecture of Attica, Greece, located south of Athens. ... Spetses (Greek, Modern: Σπέτσες, Ancient/Katharevousa: -ai), older form Spetsai is an island in Greece. ... Thrakomakedones (Greek: Θρακομακεδόνες from Thrace and Macedonia), is a suburb in the northern part of Athens, Greece. ... Tripoli (Greek, Modern: Τρίπολη, Ancient/Katharevousa: -s), older form and Latin: Tripolis, rarely Tripolitsa, Tripolitza and Tripolizza is a city in the central part of the Peloponnesos, Greece, and the capital of the prefecture of Arcadia and the province of Mantineia which is the most populated province in Arcadia. ... Vrilissia (Greek: Βριλήσσια) is a northern suburb of Athens, Greece. ... This page is about a city in Greece. ...

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