Graffiti cleaned up from facade of Archaeological Society in Athens

Municipal workers on Thursday removed graffiti from the facade of the building hosting the Archaeological Society in central Athens.

The neoclassical structure, which is located at the junction of Panepistimiou and Omirou streets, has been vandalized several times.

Thursday’s cleanup follows a revamp of several other buildings of historical and cultural significance, including Athens University and Parliament, which have been defaced by vandals in recent weeks.

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