Neos Kosmos (Greek: Νέος Κόσμος, meaning New World) is the name of a neighborhood in the southwestern part of the city of Athens, Greece, near to the historic centre. Neos Kosmos is linked with the Syngrou Avenue to the south.
It has two Attiko Metro subway stations, Neos Kosmos and Syngrou-Fix. It is recently linked with the tram.
In ancient times, the area of Neos Kosmos was one of the three famous gymnasium, the Kynosarges.
Neos Kosmos is made up of many residential areas that have buildings as high as eight to ten storeys, as well as various shops and stores by its main avenues. Vouliagmenis Avenue is a particularly busy roadway with prominence in this area.
See also: List of people from Athens
Michail Baknanas, a person that lived in the 18th century
Nea Smyrni, south
Typical residential buildings above shops in Neos Kosmos
The Ascension church in Neos Kosmos
Buildings along roadway in Neos Kosmos
Tram stop of Neos Kosmos
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