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Los mejores servicios públicos recomendados por gente local

Library
“Beautiful architecture. The National Library of Greece is situated near the center of the city of Athens. The library has a large number of Greek manuscripts which is one of the greatest collections of Greek scripts. There are also many chrysobulla and archives of the Greek Revolution. ”
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Ayuntamiento
“Beautiful green park located right next to the tram station, perfect for jogging or a walk. It opens daily. Winter hours; 6:00am- 21:00pm & Summer hours; 6:00am- 23:00pm There is also a circumferential bicycle lane.”
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Police
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School
“If you prefer fish just across the road from Kalamaki Bar your local go to fish equivalent. Favourites’ include the Fisherman’s Pasta, featuring spaghetti with octopus, squid, shrimp and mussels; and the kritherakia – a tasty Greek pasta that resembles large grains of rice – cooked with squid in black ink, and ouzo.”
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Pharmacy
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Hospital
“"Evangelismos Hospital" - The nearest hospital. Contact details: +30 21 3204 1000. Emergency medical call : 166”
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Pharmacy
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Police
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Pharmacy
“Pharmacy with a great, friendly and knowledgeable pharmacist. Also carries a limited but good range of cosmetics and beauty products.”
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Pharmacy
Police
“Police Department , In case of emergency the police department it is just 80 meters from my building.”
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Health & Beauty Service
Library
“Businessman turned diplomat John Gennadius inherited two passions from his father: a love of books and a love of Greece. These fused in a collection of some 26,000 books which he then donated to the American School of Classical Studies. The library and its strolling grounds are as impressive as the collection. Entering, your eye will be drawn to the columns and the Isocrates inscription over the door that reads ‘They are called Greeks who share in our culture’, but tilt your head back to take in details like the delicate inlay on the ceiling. Indoors, there’s plenty to see, even when the library isn’t hosting an exhibition. The reading room by itself induces a hushed awe; watercolours by Edward Lear and Lord Byron memorabilia are a bonus.”
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