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Administrative Region : Attica
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Central Athens

Dafni (Δάφνη ), sometimes called Daphne, is a suburb of Athens, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Dafni-Ymittos, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit.[1]

It has an Athens Metro station (red line), while Vouliagmenis Avenue runs through it. It is the smallest municipality in Athens covering about 1 km². The city hall is in the south, 200 m from the municipal boundary. The municipality is divided in two, with one part covering 85-90% of the total area, and the second part covering 10-15% of the total municipal area, or about 0.5 km². It sits on a hill and almost the entire land is used for residential purposes; there are no industrial factories in that part of suburban Athens. A hill is located to the north near the Athens municipal boundary. The main street is Boumpoulinas Avenue. The Dafni BC HEBA basketball club (A2 Division) competes at the Dafni Indoor Hall; the team has, at times, featured former NBA players.
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Nighttime scene of Kalogyrous Square, Dafni, Athens, Greece


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