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Granitsa of Evrytania. "Agnanteve"
Greece

The village of Granitsa of Evrytania at Central Greece. View from "Agnanteve" where the "meraklides" are enjoying "tsipouro" and becoming "dirla". http://www.evrytania.eu/D.Aperantion/Granitsa.htm

Copyright: Giorgos Tassios
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Subida: 14/01/2013
Actualizado: 14/10/2014
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Tags: nature; outdoors; village; mountains; landscape; granitsa; central greece
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