Christos Agrapidis

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Christos Agrapidis is a Greek doctor who served as Mayor of Piraeus.

Agrapidis was born in 1946 in Piraeus. He studied Medicine at the University of Athens specialising in gynaecology.

In the period 1986 - 1990, Agrapidis served as Deputy Mayor of Piraeus under Andreas Andrianopoulos. From 1990 until 1998, he served as City Councilman. In October 1998, he was elected Mayor with 58.5% of the vote. He was re-elected in 2002 with 56.1% but was defeated in his third bid by veteran basketball player Panagiotis Fasoulas.

Agrapidis is married with two children.