Gazi (Gozochori or Fotetari) is a district of Athens, which is located southwest of the crossing of the Sacred Road with Piraeus Street. It owes its name to neighboring gas installations.
Today, however, the whole area is in full regeneration and the former gaocoortisis prostitutes have moved north of the Holy Road, closer to Omonoia square. Gazi has been connected to Thissio through the footpaths of Ermou, the construction of parks and free spaces, while the station of Kerameikos Station has been the station of its development, which has stimulated the intensification of nightlife and the upgrading of its quality. Nowadays, it is a meeting point for the youthful groups of the Athenians and vibrates by Saturday night life. The new annex of the Benaki Museum contributes to the upgrading of the area, hosting exhibitions and cultural events, while the New National Theater of the National Theater raises classical and alternative performances. The point of reference is the Technopolis of Athens, which today operates as a multipurpose cultural center.