Peristeri is the central and most populous municipality of the Western Sector in the Athenian Field of Attica and one of the most populous in the Greek territory. The city of 10,050 acres extends 4.5 kilometers northwest of the center of the capital, up to the foot of the mountain range of Poikilos, which is an extension of Mount Aigaleo. Its modern history dates back to 1922, shortly after the Asia Minor Catastrophe, and is still one of the largest municipalities in Athens. The names of most of the pre-war settlements in Peristeri come from the type of housing, the origin or the origin of the inhabitants. Originally, Upper and Lower German, with cheap prefabricated typical houses established after the arrival of refugees owe their name to the fact that they are financed by the German state's first World War II allowances. We also meet in other parts of Attica, such as Kokkinia The Buildings are made up of stone-built houses in the Upper and Lower Municipal districts as well as in Chrysalis. The settlements of Armenians and Pontians, which take their name from the country of origin of their inhabitants, were housed in wooden huts of the Ministry of Providence. The Old Peristeri, a settlement that probably existed between the Upper and the Lower German, is located in the Old Parades, huts that existed before the German. The Upper and the Lower Municipal were inhabited by refugees who lived in the Municipal Theater of Athens. Peristeri A and the settlement of the Disabled, as well as the settlements inhabited by natives such as Kounea, Saint Taxiarchis, Epirotiki, Evangelistria, Agios Ioannis Theologos and others.
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