Square of March 23
Square of March 23 in the old city of Kalamata took its name from the day of liberation of the city from the Turks in 1821. In this square there is also the church of Agioi Apostoloi, where according to tradition the Revolution was declared and the first liturgy of the liberated Kalamata took place. In the center of the square there is the monument of March 23 that commemorates the time of Revolution that was made by sculptor Christos Riganas.
The square of March 23 is the center of events for the liberation of the city. The representation of liberalization and other events take place there.
The Square of March 23 is busy, as it has many cafes, bars and taverns. In the streets around there are coffee shops, traditional cafes and bakeries which fill the air of the region with the wonderful smells of its goodies.
The crowded places for young people are a few meters to the north of the square of March 23, in the region Paplomatadika and the square of Amfeia.