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"Keratsini" (Greek, Modern: Κερατσίνι, Ancient/Katharevousa -on), older forms "Keratsinio" and "Keratsinion" is a suburb in the west southwestern part of Piraeus, Greece. Drapetsona Bay lies to the southwest. The local is linked by a road linking to Skaramangas along with GR-8A/E94 and Athinon Avenue and along with Lambrakis Avenue and Petrou Ralli Avenue to the northeast and road to Perama to the northwest. There is an interchange which is only accessed by trucks which leads into the Piraeus harbor. It is also located S of Eleusis and GR-9, SW and W of Kifissou Avenue (GR-1/E75, about 14 km WSW of Athens, W of Poseidonos Avenue and Syngrou Avenue and about 4 km NW of downtown Piraeus.

The area was made up of farmlands. Mixed farming was common. Urban development replaced much of the farmlands between the 1930s and the 1950s. Today, most of the municipality are urbanized or residential. The rocky landscape of Aigaleo with a few bushes lie to the north. The mountaintop is to the northeast and the valley is to the northwest. The industrial lies to the southwest with most of the buildings as the port of Piraeus. The area which was used for mining in the 1960s transformed the area into a park.

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Keratsini has schools, lyceums, gymnasia, banks, a police station, a post office, a tertiary division soccer team named Keratsini which is also called KERTS and another called APO Keratsini and squares ("plateies") including one in the northwest.

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Keratsini has its own choir (horodia / χορωδία) mixed voices (SATB) about 35 persons-non professional and its conductor called Christine Rokkou in the age of 31.Many times participated in festivals all around Greece. The town has his own choir festival called international song festival...

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"North:" Chaidari



"West:" Perama
"Keratsini"
"East:" Nikaia

"South:" Drapetsona
"Southeast:" Piraeus




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