Gouva, Athens

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Agios Artemios in Athens.svg
Location within Athens
Coordinates: 37°57′31″N 23°44′16″E / 37.95861°N 23.73778°E / 37.95861; 23.73778Coordinates: 37°57′31″N 23°44′16″E / 37.95861°N 23.73778°E / 37.95861; 23.73778
Country Greece
Region Attica
City Athens
Postal code 116 31, 116 32
Area code(s) 210
Website www.cityofathens.gr

Gouva (Greek: Γούβα pronounced [ˈɣu.va]), also known as Agios Artemios (Greek: Άγιος Αρτέμιος pronounced [ˈaʝos aɾˈte.mi.os]) is a neighborhood of Athens, Greece.

It is located to the southeast of central Athens between the First Cemetery of Athens and Dafni.

The district built at the beginning of the 20th century, initially by destitute Athenians. Later in this district were settled refugees from Asia Minor and laborers from Greek countryside.[1]