Amvrosios Plytas

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Amvrosios Plytas was a Greek politician and one-time mayor of Athens.

Plytas served as mayor of Athens between 1936 and 1941. It was during his tenure that the German army entered the Greek capital during World War II.

After the war, Plytas sought unsuccessfully to win reelection to his old office in 1954. Afterwards, he served as Minister of Culture.

Amvrosios Plytas was the father of Georgios Plytas who also served as Athens mayor during the 1960s.