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Faros II

117 Kolokotroni Street Piraeus 18536 Greece
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77/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Price 94 Very good price
  • Service 90 Friendly staff
  • Location 80 Good location
  • Hotel 74 Hotel was perfect
  • Restaurant 54 Restaurant wasn't good
  • Room 58 Very acceptable rooms
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  • Good accessibility by car
  • Best value for money
  • TV wasn't so good
  • Poor bathroom
  • Small bathroom
  • Poor beds
77 out of 100 based on 548 based on $ratings reviews
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Agia Fotini Nea Smyrni church was built in 1940 to a design by the Greek architect Lemiris. It stands on the site of an older wooden church that was destroyed by fire. This church was built by the immigrants of Izmir to commemorate their earlier church. Its interior is based on another church in Asia Minor and its bell tower, which was added later was paid for by wealthy locals and the Onassis foundation. Agia Fotini Nea Smyrni church can be easily accessed by the local tram station that takes its name from the church (Nea Smyrni Agia Fotini/Plateia).

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