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Andriopoulos Themis History , Quartiers. In the city of Athens and more specifically in its centre, there are lively streets, bright commercial avenues, noisy and ceremonial public spaces Pettas, , streets suitable for morning and evening strolls. However, the spatiotemporal discontinuity of the modern city means that not every road is taken by every person. In Athens, these are the roads where brothels cluster. Space cannot be defined as an urban feature prior to habitation.
It is articulated via a system of discriminations and correlations. Roads like these, especially during night-time, offer an alternative meaning and a non-mainstream social experience, which cannot be shared by everyone. Here, local protocols are of limited use.
One of the most decisive factors for the clustering of prostitution in specific urban locations, were public health regulations Korasidou, It tried to do so by halting the spread of deadly sexually transmitted diseases, that were obviously connected to prostitution.
Permission for running brothels was granted by the police. When it legalised prostitution and restricted prostitutes in specific areas and neighbourhoods in order to effectively control them, the Greek State did nothing more than follow the practices of other European countries, such as France. Prostitution was tolerated so long as it was controlled Korasidou: Nowadays in Athens, old, traditional brothels are located south of Omonia Square within two sizeable rectangular areas.
Fylis Street, in the center of the rectangle, has more brothels compared to the other adjacent roads. In this case, Iasonos Str functions in a way that is similar to Fylis Str photos: Unlike what is going on in Fylis Str. However, approximately the same social change is taking place in the composition of the population in the area around Fylis Str despite its middle class past.