Greece’s German-Built Money Hall Shows Unity, Divide on EuroMaria Petrakis and Stefan Nicola
A reminder of why the Greeks and Germans are lashed together in a common currency called the euro sits in a 19th century Athens mansion built by a German for a German.
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