Overtourism in the last couple years has made Plaka's residents wonder if their world-famous views are worth it any more.
Demetrios Ioannou is a freelance photojournalist, writer and documentary photographer covering a wide range of news in Greece and the region. His work has appeared in local and international publications such as The Economist, POLITICO Europe, SPIEGEL ONLINE, Vox, BBC Travel, Public Radio International (PRI), Middle East Eye, El País, GEOlino and Balkan Insight, among others.
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