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28 Jun 2018
“A small square honoring a Mykonian and Greek Heroine!”
23 Jun 2018
“Honours Greek war heroine”
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Serakonta, Mykonos Town 846 00, Greece
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Reviewed 29 June 2018

A small square, right in front of the Old Port, may catch your attenttion. A marble bust honors Manto Mavrogenous (1796-1848), the heroine of the Greek War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire (1821-1830), who was born in Trieste (Italy), but of Mykonian origen. The...More

Thank LuizDutraNeto
Reviewed 23 June 2018

We were climbing the steps to get a close-up of the windmills and noted this mall square on our left and decided to have a short break. The monument was nearby, took a photo, and it has taken me a fair amount of research to...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Good point to navigate from/to. As a square it's underwhelming. Sea beside and a view no different to any along the front. Walk along away from the port to the other beach and there are two columns and steps down. Inland to bars and ices....More

Thank johnboySheffield
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

As you arrive at the Harbour area you cannot fail to see Manto Mavrogenous Square. A small piece of History preserved in a Town now very a Modern and Cosmopolitan. The Old Statue stands proud to all visitors alike to remind them is a bygone...More

Thank Brianngog
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

A.small open space that is square...called a square, with a statue. Lots of eateries and shops around. By the old port. Nothing special.

1  Thank Tweetcoz
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Most other squares are so cluttered you dont recognise it as a square. Nice area to wander from or to.

Thank confusedAussie
Reviewed 7 September 2016

I found this area quite disappointing. There are some nice views and the small beach is fine for a paddle but I thoughts the cafes/restaurants around all looked too much - just too many bars all lined up together and none were in any way...More

Thank GAlsager
Reviewed 15 August 2016

We arrive at the central waterfront port and pier by tender from our cruise ship to spend the day exploring and shopping in Mykonos Town. This enclosed port, cresent shaped beach / waterfront - lined with picturesque boats along the water, and surrounded by shops...More

2  Thank brianwickens407
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Manto Mavrogenous Square is named after the Greek war heroine, Manto Mavrogenous where her statue sits in the centre of the old port. Surrounded by cafés, restaurants where you can enjoy a nice meal or drinks all while watching, magnificent sunsets.

3  Thank 1TraveltheWorld
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

That's the entrance to the old town. A tiny square with different streets leading you into different directions within the old town.

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