Greek streets among the world’s most beautiful


A Southeast Asia news website, Seasia.Stats, has ranked two streets in Greece among the “The World’s 20 Most Beautiful Streets.”

In first place was Symi Harbour at Livadia, with Anafiotika in Athens coming in seventh place.

Anafiotika under the Acropolis.

From Symi Harbour, people can see a coastal village studded with pastel-coloured houses all piled on top of one another. 

Anafiotika, on the other hand, is nestled under the Acropolis and forms part of the old historical Athenian neighbourhood called Plaka. It is known for its white-washed houses and colourful features. 




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