City Hall’s anti-graffiti campaign reaches Monastiraki

A project aimed at removing graffiti from the city center reached Monastiraki Square on Tuesday, where Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis noted that the campaign, which was launched last year, had the goal of keeping the city clean in association with local organizations and residents.

Meanwhile, a municipal shelter for families in need was expected to be inaugurated on Wednesday on Bouboulinas Street.

Featuring 17 furnished apartments, the building is set to host 17 families selected by a City Hall committee.

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