It's the street uniting Athens to Piraeus. It runs from Omonoia square (nowadays a rather squallid place, with the tasteless new concrete "thing" in the middle replacing the cheerful fountain of my youth, where people dipped in when they won the lottery or their favourite soccer team won some title, and in the night positively dangerous. Then Pireos street starts with small shops, mostly run by foreigners, selling mobile phones and cheap stuff, and it goes on to Chinese shops selling ... well, Chinese quality stuff, and then it spreads, after Iera Odos, with factories on its sides. In recent years, the avenue got some new life from two big and important cultural centres. The Benaki Museum cultural centre and the Michalis Kakoyannis foundation, including a theatre. Other than that, nobody goes there on purpose, just on their way to Piraeus
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