The Monastiraki Square at night | Athens, Greece

A beautiful photo that shows the vivid Monastiraki Square in Athens at night.
Monastiraki Square at Night

It’s amazing how a retrospection of your journey to another place brings back a collection of memories. Sometimes they are colorful and other times – not. In the case of Monastiraki Square, the colors are always bright.

The lively Monastiraki Square in Athens never sleeps

Same as the colossal metropolis New York, Athens also is a city that never sleeps. Looking at this colorful photo, I remember how fascinated I was, watching a city so ancient, living to the fullest every time of the day and night!

Why Monastiraki Square is such a busy place?

First of all, I think that this is mostly due to the fact that Athens is the capital of Greece. As such, the city is a focal point of all important administrative, business and cultural institutions and events. If you’ve been there you also know that Monastiraki Square is a connection point of several metro lines, and a center of trade with the famous flea market and a variety of shops and restaurants.

Enjoying the bright coloring of that image, I hope to go back to the charming capital of Greece, to the vivid Monastiraki Square, full of life, laughter and delicious food.

Nico Trinkhaus

Nico Trinkhaus

Nico Trinkhaus is the mind-blind photographer, using cameras to create visions and memories that otherwise would be lost to him.

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