Laid out in 1933, Platia Eleftherias (Freedom square) the main square of the city of Kos is quite literally enclosed by history, since from this vantage point visitors can admire all of the town’s most well-known monuments and sites, spanning the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, through to the time of the Knights of St. John, the Ottoman conquest and the Italian occupation of the early 20th century.
A popular meeting spot for both locals and visitors alike, the Platia Eleftherias is close to the main port and Old Town of Kos as well as being adjacent to lively “Bar Street”, which is a nightly buzz of activity as soon as the sun sets.
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