Agion Assomaton Square
At nearly the end of busy commercial Ermou Street, almost at the location of the Kerameikos ancient cemetery archaeological site and a few meters away from the Thesseion train station is the Agion Assomaton Square, named after the church of Agion Assomaton. Between the areas of Psyri, Monastiraki and Thesseion, and the archaeological site of Kerameikos, it is hard to say exactly where Agion Assomaton Square belongs.
Located nearby, we recommend O&B Athens Boutique Hotel. The hotel features include complimentary Wi-Fi, and a hip lounge bar-restaurant, open all day. All rooms come with the latest in video and sound design, stylish furnishings, Egyptian cotton sheets and large work desks. Their marble bathrooms come with custom-design glass-enclosed showers. The hotel serves a breakfast buffet, which includes hot selections. The hotel also offers 24-hour room service.
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Agion Assomaton Square is a frequent meeting point, and the starting point, for cyclists who peacefully reclaim parts of the city by simply making organized routes, forcing automobile traffic to pay notice. We have also seen free music concerts and film screenings taking place here, and, of course, on Sundays it becomes part of the big Flea Market wish starts here, goes through Avissynias Square and ends somewhere close to Monastiraki Square.