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Agia Sofia, Patras

Agia Sofia is a neighbourhood that lies directly north of the centre of Patras, Greece. It takes its name from the Agia Sofia church, which is the main church of the neighbourhood. The church is one of the largest in Patras and it is dedicated to the 6th-century Christian martyr Saint Sophia. It is one of the most densely populated areas of Patras. Because of the proximity of the district to the centre of the city, it is the place for many businesses and the usual choice of accommodation for the students of the University of Patras. At the centre of the neighbourhood is Nikis Square, at th ...

Agios Andreas, Patras

Agios Andreas is a neighbourhood in the south-central part of the city of Patras, 2 km from the downtown core. Agios Andreas is linked with the Akti Dymaion and the GR-9/E55 and Korinthou Street. The OSEs SPAP line is 300 m from the old shoreline and 500 m from the new shoreline by the expanded Port of Patras.

Agios Dionyssios, Patras

Agios Dionysios is a neighbourhood in the city of Patras, Greece. Its boundaries are the street north of Agiou Dionyssiou, Riga Faireou Street to the east and 28 Octovriou Street to the south.

Agios Georgios Langoura

Agios Georgios Langoura is a neighbourhood in the eastern part of Patras, Greece. The name comes from a nearby church and the rich family of Langoura, their house still survives into the present time. During the Ottoman rule it had all the consulates and the residents of the consulates. In the neighbourhood locates also the Pampeloponnisiako Stadium.

Agios Nektarios, Patras

Agios Nektarios is a neighbourhood in the east-southeastern part of the city of Patras, 2.5 km direct and 3 km via road from the downtown core. Agios Nektarios is linked with Akrotiriou Street which is 2 km long and serves and is also the GR-33 for the southbound lanes. The neighbourhood is bordered with Damaskos Street to the north as well as the forest, farmland to the east, a small stream to the south and west and another street to the west.

Agyia

Agyia is a neighborhood of the city of Patras, Greece. It is located about 3.5 km north of downtown Patras. The community forms the mid-northern part of the city of Patras. Most of the street names are named after rivers. The town includes the church of St. Constantine.

                                     

ⓘ Neighborhoods in Patras

  • was one of the poorest and least safe areas of Patras Today, it is one of the most quiet neighborhoods next to the city centre and its inhabitants ensure
  • Μποζαΐτικα in Greek is a neighbourhood in the northern part of the city of Patras 6 km from the city centre. The Greek National Road 8 Corinth - Patras and
  • This article is a list of neighbourhoods in Patras
  • largest in Patras and it is dedicated to the 6th - century Christian martyr Saint Sophia. It is one of the most densely populated areas of Patras Because
  • is by Agiou Andreou and Norman Streets. The Patras Freight Yard is to the northwest and the Port of Patras is to the west. Until 1828 when the city was
  • neighbourhood and a settlement in the city of Patras It is named because it was the border in which made the visitors in the years which supported the
  • Agyia Greek: Αγυιά is a neighborhood of the city of Patras Greece. It is located about 3.5 km north of downtown Patras The community forms the mid - northern
  • Skagiopouleio Greek: Σκαγιοπούλειο is a neighbourhood in the southern part of the city of Patras It was founded in 1926 as well as an orphanage center and it is
  • neighbourhood in the northeastern part of the city of Patras It is the final hill of Dasylio in which it takes the name Eschatovouni. This neighborhood is near
  • and the E55 Athens - Corinth - Patras as well as the GR - 5 E55 Antirrio - Agrinio - Ioannina and the GR - 48 E65 Patras - Antirrio - Nafpaktos - Livadia
                                     

Galaxidiotika

Galaxidiotika was an old neighbourhood in the city of Patras. Many residents came from Galaxidi, a town in Phocis in Central Greece, hence the origin of its name.