Piraeus Metro Station

Piraeus station refers to two railway termini in , , approximately 9 km south-west of the centre of . The southern building is the present terminus of Athens Metro Line 1, formerly the Athens-Piraeus Electric Railways that opened in 1869.

Landmarks in the Area

The Electric Railways Museum of Piraeus is a railway museum in Piraeus, Athens, Greece.

Piraeus is a port city in the region of Attica, .

The Piraeus Municipal Theatre is a neoclassical building built on plans by architect Ioannis Lazarimos and was opened on 9 April 1895.

The Archaeological Museum of , , , contains mainly sculptures, discovered in Piraeus and in the area of the from Bronze Age to Roman times

The first attempt to establish the Hellenic Maritime Museum was in the newly established Greek state in 1867.

Localities in the Area

The Bay of Zea, since Ottoman times and until recently known as Paşalimanı, is a broad bay located at the eastern coast of the peninsula in , .

Freattyda is the name of a residential area in , , .

Nikaia, known before 1940 as Kokkinia, is a suburb in the southwestern part of the agglomeration, .

Moschato is a suburb in the southwestern part of the agglomeration, .

Kallithea is the 8th largest municipality in and the 4th biggest in the Athens urban area.

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