Aristomenous Street in Kalamata runs through the heart of the city. It starts from theand ends at Customs Office at the . When it was constructed in 1871, it was called Highway Beach – Kalamata.
Walking from the beginning of Aristomenous street, which has been paved, you will find some of the finest neoclassical buildings of Kalamata, occupied by public authorities and institutions, such as the.
After the end of the pedestrian part of the Aristomenous street we meet King George Square, the main square of Kalamata. There we see the building of the Bank of Greece, a neoclassical one of early 20th century, with symmetrical openings, entrance with marble frame and balcony with parapet and, which houses the and the , one of the largest and most important in the Greek region.
On Aristomenous street that runs across King George Square, you will see the construction “Freedom” erected in the middle of the square, with the heroes of the Greek Revolution, Papaflessas, Kolokotronis and Mavromichalis.