Many Greeks have reacted angrily to news of the deal agreed by eurozone leaders, with many directing their anger at the German Chancellor Angela Merkel and especially towards finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.
Newspapers laced the morning's headlines with references to World War Two and railed against what they see as Berlin's attempts to humiliate Greece.
In particular, Greeks bristled at Schaeuble's proposal, which was not included in the final deal, for a temporary Greek exit from the euro zone, which many saw as tantamount to expulsion by stealth.
A poster depicting a defaced image of Schaeuble on the wall of a Eurobank branch in Athens highlighted the anger felt by some on the streets of Greece.
Another round of Greek austerity is on its way - but the country's biggest problem is the absence of hope.
Alexis Tsipras faces a difficult day in Parliament as he tries to persuade his party to back a Euro bailout he doesn't 'believe' in.
After a mammoth weekend of negotiations, Europe’s leaders emerged with news that they have reached agreement on a deal to bail out Greece.