Athanasios Diakos Street (Greek: Οδος Αθανάσιος Διάκος) named after the Greek War of Independence hero Athanasios Diakos is a short but wide central street in Athens linking Vassilias Amalias Avenue and Andrea Syngrou Avenue, it is a small branch linking with Vouliagmenis Avenue where it ends along with Kallirois and Arditou Streets which links with Vasileiou Konstantinou Avenue. It also contains a small intersection with Iosif Rogou Street which is used for local traffic. Its total length is only nearly 200 m.
Residential buildings lie on the southwest side and forests lie to the northeast side.
The avenue was first added in the mid to late 19th century, it was first paved in the beginning of the 20th century. Neo-classical buildings were added in the southwest side of the street. It added streetcar lanes on sides of the roads. After World War II and the Greek Civil War, streetlights and traffic lights were added and taller buildings as well.
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