At the height of the eurozone crisis in Greece most of the dramatic scenes took place in Athens - images of which have been frequently repeated in international media.
Now many young Greeks, annoyed at how the country is perceived abroad, are taking matters into their own hands in a bid to change visitors' perceptions.
Rajan Datar takes a look at the damage Athens is trying to repair.
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