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Agios Dimitrios

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Agios Dimitrios is Greek for, Saint Demetrius. It is a suburb in the southern part of Athens, Greece. Several main roads pass through the city. It is also linked to Katechaki, Vouliagmenis Avenue to the east, Poseidonos Avenue. It is also located south of Athens, west of Vouliagmenis Avenue, north of Vouliagmeni, northwest of Cape Sounio and southeast of Piraeus and Syngrou Avenue. Agios Dimitrios had a   population of 65,173 residents, in 2001, living within an area of 4.95 square kilometers with a population density is 13,169 residents per square kilometer. Agios Dimitrios is situated at an elevation of 60 meters above sea level.

The famous beaches which is also Athens' closest lies to the west. The most famous street in the municipality is Dionysiou Solomou. The previous name of the village was Brachami.The original name today is just a junior football or soccer team. Its station is the southernmost of the line 2. The city was also home to the Athens Broadcast centre. Agios Dimitrios since 2004 has a subway station of the Attiki Metro with the Red Line named Alexandros Panagoulis, prior to 2004 Dafni was its nearest station. The area was made up of farmlands. Mixed farming was common. Much of the agricultural production that time was pastures and groves. Urban development replaced much of the farmlands in the 1920s and the 1930s.

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