Victoria Square Metro Entrance
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Victoria Square Metro Entrance

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First named Kiriakou Square but after 1960 changed name for as known today Victoria Square.Victoria Square has been named in honor of Queen Victoria of Great Britain, thanks to which, in 1864 granted to Greece the Ionian Islands as a gift.  The metro station was launched on March 1, 1948.

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