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Plateia or platia (πλατεία) is the Greek word for town square. Most Greek and Cypriot cities have several town squares which are a point of reference in travelling and guiding. In traditional societies like villages and provincial communities, plateies are the central places for feasts, celebrations, events and meetings.

Notable squares (plateies) in Greece[edit]

Navarinou Square, Thessaloniki

In Cyprus[edit]

See also[edit]