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Athens: Central Pagrati Neighborhood Gets its Own ‘Pocket Park’

The Municipality of Athens has opened its third mini park in the neighborhood of Pagrati, aiming to improve the standard of living in central Athens.

Athens Shines Spotlight on 34 Landmark Fountains

The Municipality of Athens is restoring 34 of the Greek capital’s landmark fountains that are located in the city's neighborhoods, squares and other public areas.

Major Ongoing Cleanup Operation Taking Place in Athens

The Municipality of Athens is proceeding with a major cleanup operation in the city’s neighborhoods, as part of its ongoing efforts to improve the life of residents and visitors.

Athens Municipality to Support Businesses Active in Culture with €7.7 Million

The Municipality of Athens will allocate 7.7 million euros to support businesses active in culture - including museums and theaters - that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Corona Nomads Explain Why Working from Athens is Better

Professionals who have chosen in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic to balance work and life explain why working from Athens has its advantages.

Strefi Hill Revamp to Create an Oasis in Athens for Residents and Visitors

The Strefi hill, located near the center of Athens, is set to undergo a major revamp, as part of an ongoing drive for the overhaul of the Greek capital.

Athens Clears Way for Renovation of Landmark Buildings

The Municipality of Athens is handing over 63 abandoned buildings for renovation as part of its city regeneration plan.

Mayor: Athens Aiming to Attract Innovators, Investors

Making Athens an attractive destination for investors, visitors and residents, and tapping into new forms of tourism, are municipal priorities for the next day.

Athens Christmas Sends Out ‘Light’ to City’s ‘Hidden Heroes’

“Light to those who truly bring light into our lives” is the motto behind this year’s virtual Christmas tree lighting ceremony held in Athens in the midst of lockdown.

Athens Welcomes Film Producers with New Office

Aiming to establish the Greek capital as an attractive filming destination, the municipal authority has announced the creation of the Athens Film Office.

Athens Municipality Aiming to Make Greek Capital a City Accessible to All

The Municipality of Athens has announced a number of actions focused on improving the every life of persons with disabilities in the Greek capital.

Athens’ Pavlos Bakoyannis Park Reopens to Residents

The Pavlos Bakoyannis Park in Athens has reopened to the public following a major cleanup operation.

Athens Urban Regeneration Project to Start with Panathinaikos Stadium

Athens' urban regeneration project will begin with the construction of the much-awaited Panathinaikos football stadium in Votanikos.

Athens Roadworks Bring Greek God Hermes to the Surface

An intact bust of the ancient Greek god Hermes was found at a depth of 1.30 meters during roadworks in central Athens.

Athens Municipality Embraces Street Art

A large colorful mural has been created on a pedestrian street near the center of Athens, by five Greek and Italian street artists, with the support of the city's municipality.

Athens Municipality Launches Website for City’s Cats and Dogs

The Animal Welfare Department of the Municipality of Athens has launched a website dedicated to the city's stray cats and dogs.

Athens Puts New Covid-19 Management Plan into Action

The Athens municipality has announced a new series of precautionary measures to curb the spread of Covid-19 in inner-city neighborhoods.

Athens Municipality Launches Online Appointment Service for Citizens

The Athens Municipality has introduced a new online appointment service for citizens that need to visit municipal offices to process their affairs.

Greece Takes Action to Prevent Second Wave of Covid-19

Greece is bracing for what seems to be an imminent second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic after a surge in cases this month.

Greek Gov’t Mulls Tax Relief for Covid-hit Businesses

Greek business owners impacted by Covid-19 will have more time to pay off their tax obligations, said Alternate Finance Minister Theodoros Skylakakis.