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Bus Stop named after Margarita Karapanou

    Margarita Karapanou (b. Athens, Greece, 1946 – d. 2008, Athens, Greece) was a writer most known for her first novel, Kassandra and the Wolf. She was the daughter of novelist and dramatist Margarita Liberaki and Giorgos Karapanos, a lawyer and poet. Her parents divorced and her mother moved to Paris shortly after she was born. Karapanou grew up in both Athens, with her maternal grandmother, and with her mother in Paris. She studied philosophy and cinema in Paris, and she studied nursery school teaching through distance education in London.

    Address : Glyfada 166 75, Greece

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