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Granitsa of Evrytania. "Kalogeros" mountain.
Greece

Village of Granitsa at Evrytanian Agrafa Central  Greece. View of the Mount Ftery "Kalogeros" from "Milias" turn of road. http://www.evrytania.eu/

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