Profitis Daniil, Athens

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Profitis Daniil
Προφήτης Δανιήλ


Profitis Daniil church
Profitis Daniil in Athens.svg
Location within Athens
Coordinates: Coordinates: 37°59′15″N23°42′26″E / 37.98750°N 23.70722°E / 37.98750; 23.70722
Country Greece
Region Attica
City Athens
Postal code104 47
Area code(s) 210

Profitis Daniil (Greek : Προφήτης Δανιήλpronounced  [pɾoˈfi.tis ðaniˈil] ) meaning 'Prophet Daniel' is a neighborhood of Athens, Greece. It takes its name from the main church on Athinon Avenue.

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