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Ampelokipoi, Athens

Ampelokipoi (Αμπελόκηποι) is a large, central district of the city of Athens. In 1908, Panathinaikos Athletic Club was founded in this district.

Ampelokipoi is located in the center of Athens, near Zografou, Goudi, Psychiko, Pagkrati.

The district hosts 2 metro stations.

Important buildings located in Ambelokipi:

Contents

  • Government buildings 1
  • Hospitals 2
  • Other 3
  • Hotels 4
  • Cinemas 5
  • Residential streets 6
  • References 7

Government buildings

Hospitals

Other

  • Panathinaikos stadium
  • Athens Tower (Πύργος των Αθηνών)
  • Apollo Tower (Πύργος Απόλλων) - the tallest residential tower in Greece.[1] It is 80m tall and consists of 25 floors.

Hotels

  • President Hotel

Cinemas

  • Aavora
  • Alfavil
  • Andora
  • Astron
  • Athinaion
  • Danaos
  • Galaxias
  • Nirvana
  • ODEON Zina
  • Plaza

Residential streets

This is a list of residential streets in the Ampelokipoi area. Most of these are named after geographic locations:

References

  1. ^ http://www.emporis.com/application/?nav=building&id=110578

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