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Carnival party at Naousa
Greece

Carnival party at Naousa with hot wine, “tsipouro” – a Greek distilled spirit – local tidbits which make the best accompaniment to this alcoholic beverage and, of course, freshly grilled meat barbecued on a charcoal grill. You are all wellcome!

Copyright: Nikos Biliouris
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