Andrea Syngrou Avenue

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Andrea Syngrou Avenue
Λεωφόρος Ανδρέα Συγγρού
Route information
Length: 6.23 km (3.87 mi)
Existed: 1883 (1883) – present
Major junctions
South end: Poseidonos Avenue, Palaio Faliro 37°56′16″N 23°41′35″E / 37.93778°N 23.69306°E / 37.93778; 23.69306
North end: Amalias Avenue, downtown Athens 37°58′6″N 23°43′54″E / 37.96833°N 23.73167°E / 37.96833; 23.73167
Location
Major cities: Palaio Faliro, Kallithea, Nea Smyrni, Athens
Syngrou in 1890

Andrea Syngrou Avenue (Greek: Λεωφόρος Ανδρέα Συγγρού) is a major road in Athens, linking the city centre with Poseidonos Avenue near the Bay of Faliro. It is planned, built and later named for Andreas Syngros. It runs southwest to northeast. The Syngrou Fix station of the Attiko Metro's Red Line is situated near the northeastern end of the avenue. The avenue passes through the municipalities of Palaio Faliro, Kallithea and Nea Smyrni as well as Athens.

Name Destinations Notes
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 70 kph.svg Athens GR-EO-91.svg Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Kallirrois Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Lagoumitzi Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Nea Smyrni Kallithea A Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Nea Smyrni Kallithea B Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Nea Smyrni Kallithea C Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Amfitheas Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 80 kph.svg Delta Falirou GR-EO-56.svg Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg
Traffic Sign GR - KOK 2009 - R-32 - 70 kph.svg National Road GR-EO-91.svg Greek-Road-sign-p26.svg

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