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In Attiki(Greece) near the village 'kouvaras' a small road leads to the radar installation of El. Venizelos airport. This church is near the end of that road and overlooks the south-east Attiki.

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Uploaded: 14/01/2011
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Tags: greece; attiki; mesogeia; kouvaras; exterior; church
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