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To Asty
To Asty masthead.jpg
TypeDaily newspaper
Political alignmentProgressive
Ceased publication1907
HeadquartersAthens, Greece

To Asty (Greek: Το Άστυ) was a Greek newspaper based in Athens.[1]: 19 [2][3]

The first issue
The first issue


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  2. ^ Carabott, Philip (1993). "Politics, orthodoxy, and the language question in Greece: the Gospel Riots of 1901" (PDF). Journal of Mediterranean Studies. 3 (1): 117–138. ISSN 1016-3476. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-02-07.
  3. ^ Mackridge, Peter (2009). Language and National Identity in Greece, 1766-1976. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-921442-6.