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==Summary==This is the road that runs through the historic centre of Ayii Omoloyites, passing by the church of that name. Its name includes the word Leoforos, which translates as Avenue (major thoroughfare) read more

Vasileos Konstantinou Avenue

Vasileos Konstantinos Avenue (), ''Leoforos Vasileos Konstantinou'', "King Constantine Avenue") is one of Athens' major thoroughfares running from the Panathinaiko Stadium (also known as the Kalimarmaro Stadium) at Herodou Attikou Street to the Athens Hilton on Vasilissis Sofias Avenue. It is a divided road with two lanes in each direction. The street is named after King Constantine I of Greece, who was King in 1913–1917 and again in 1920–1922.Famous buildings on the street are the aforementioned... read more

Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium

Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium () is a football stadium and multi-sport center in Athens , AthensGreece . It was inaugurated in 1922 and is the oldest football stadium in AthensGreeceGreece currently active. It is the traditional athletic center of Panathinaikos A.C. and has been the home ground of Panathinaikos A.C.Panathinaikos FC for the most part of the club's existence.The stadium is named after the historic club's president, official and athlete Apostolos Nikolaidis . It is situated... read more

Agyia

Agyia () is a neighborhood of the city of , . It is located about 3.5 km north of downtown Patras. The community forms the mid-northern part of the city of Patras (except 1 km north of Old GR-9 by-pass). Most of the street names are named after rivers. The town includes the church of St. Constantine (''Aghios Konstantinos'').==History==The community used to be a village, but Patras's expansion engulfed it during the 1970s and the 1980s. A highway bypass (2.5 km) was built in 1995,... read more

Lykovrysi

Lykovrysi (; formerly Γλυκόβρυση ''Glykovrysi''), is a suburb in the northern part of the Athens agglomeration, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Lykovrysi-Pefki, of which it is a municipal unit. Greece Ministry of Interior ==Geography==Lykovrysi is situated 11 km northeast of Athens city centre, east of the small river Kifisos. The built-up area of Lykovrysi is continuous with those of the neighbouring suburbs Metamorfosi, Pefki and Irakleio.... read more

Alexandras Avenue

Alexandra's Avenue (Greek: Λεωφόρος Αλεξάνδρας ''Leoforos Alexandras'') is a main east-west thoroughfare running from Patission Street/28 October Street and Kifissias Avenue in the northern part of the city of Athens, Greece. It is named after Princess Alexandra of Greece, later Grand Duchess Alexandra Georgievna of Russia (daughter of George I of Greece). The avenue has two regular traffic lanes plus one dedicated bus lane per direction. Its total length is approximately 3 km.==Panathinaikos... read more

Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2000

Cyprus and CyBC chose to host a National Selection with the winner being chosen an "expert" jury. Alexandros Panayi & Christina Argyri were chosen with "Nomiza" and placed 21st at Eurovision.==National final==The National Final took place on February 16, 2000 at the Nea Leoforos Nightclub in Limassol and was hosted by Loukas Hamatsos. There were 11 songs in the final with the winning song chosen solely by an "expert" jury.==At Eurovision=="Nomiza" was performed eleventh on the night (following Belgium's... read more

Thessaloniki Underwater Artery

The Underwater Artery () in Thessaloniki, Greece, is a planned multilane stretch of expressway along the seafront of the city and underneath the seabed. Its purpose is to alleviate traffic problems within the city center.==Background==Proposals for the construction of the Underwater Artery have received heated debate since at least the early 90s. Proponents suggest that the project will create a bypass for most of the East-West car traffic, which currently has to cross the congested city centre (given... read more

French School of Thessaloniki

French School of Thessaloniki (FST; or EFTH; ) is a French international school in Thessaloniki, Greece. It serves ''maternelle'' (preschool) through ''lycée'' (senior high school). The school uses CNED beginning in ''sixième'',"." AEFE. Retrieved on 14 May 2015. "Leoforos Stratou 2A, Thessalonique" with student ages ranging from 2 to 18. It is the sole French international school serving northern Greece."" French School of Thessaloniki. Retrieved on June 2, 2016.==History==It was established... read more

Olympiakos Patras F.C.

APS Olympiacos Patras (Greek.: Α.Π.Σ. Ολυμπιακός Πατρών ''A.P.S Olympiakos Patron'') is a sports club in Patras, playing association football and volleyball. The team plays with the EPS Achaias and the EPO number 1788.==Logo==The logo is the same as Olympiacos in Piraeus in suburban Athens.==Field==In 1926, refugees from Asia Minor bought several fields and built a stadium for Olympiacos where it still has the name Prosfygika Stadium and is the third oldest field in Greece after... read more

Laurium

Laurium or Lavrio or Lavrion (; ; before early 11th century BC: Θορικός ''Thorikos''; from Middle Ages until 19th century: Εργαστήρι ''Ergastiri'') is a town in southeastern part of Attica , AtticaGreece . It is the seat of the municipality of AtticaGreeceLavreotiki . Greece Ministry of Interior Laurium was famous in AtticaGreeceLavreotikiClassical antiquity for its silver mines , which was one of the chief sources of revenue of the Athenian state . The metallic Athenian... read more

Nikos Kaltsas

Nikos Kaltsas (, born 3 May 1990 in Veria) is a Greek footballer who plays for Asteras Tripolis in the Superleague Greece as a winger.===Veria===Kaltsas started his career in Veria's youth squad. Kaltsas signed his first professional contract in 2007 after coming through his local club’s youth ranks and has remained with Veria every season. After seven years, playing as a team regular, Kaltsas decided to leave the club and join Panathinaikos on a free transfer, as he didn't renew his contract which... read more

Takis Lemonis

Takis Lemonis (; born 13 January 1960) is a former Greek football player and manager.==Playing career==Takis Lemonis played for local club Attikos before playing for Olympiakos from 1978 until 1987. He also played for Levadiakos (1987 - 1991) and Ιonikos 1992, Panionios (1992 - 1993),finishing his career in Ethnikos at 1994. During his playing career Lemonis was capped twice by the Greek national football team.==Coaching career==Having stopped football as a player, Lemonis studied coaching in England... read more

Katechaki Avenue

Katechaki or Katehaki Avenue (Greek: Λεωφόρος Κατεχάκη ''Leoforos Katechaki'') is one of Athens and its suburbs' main roads in the metropolitan area and the prefecture. Its total length is approximately 12 to 13 km.==About the avenue==The avenue begins by an interchange with the Mesogeiou Avenue which was constructed in the 1970s, the avenue forms an intersection with the road to Zografou and Olaf Palme Street and north to Papagou. By the avenue with a stretch of 2 km features industrial... read more

Gate 13

Gate 13 (13, ''Thyra 13'') is the name of the association, which consists of many supporters groups of the Greek multi-sports club Panathinaikos A.O.. Officially founded on November 19, 1966, Gate 13 is the oldest supporters' union in Greece. Gate 13 has members from all over Greece and has over the years become a part of the club by affecting club decisions and by following the club on all possible occasions.=== Origins ===Before the foundation of Gate 13 there were various football supporters'... read more

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