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The Church of Evrytanian Saints at Karpenissi Central Greece

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Inside the Church of Evrytanian Saints at Karpenissi Central Greece.

  • bestme lux 5 months ago
    so great.
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    Images à proximité de Greece

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    A: Saint Dimitrios Karpenisi

    Par Giorgos Tassios, à 620 mètres

    The town of Karpenisi from the Hill "Paliokastro"= Old Castle  (St. Demetrius) which is the capital o...

    Saint Dimitrios Karpenisi

    B: St. Mark

    Par Giorgos Tassios, A 1.3 km

    The newly built church of St. Mark in Kefalovriso αt Karpenisi in commemoration of hero Soulioti Mark...

    St. Mark

    D: Βελούχι-Καρπενήσι

    Par Christos Tsekas, A 2.9 km

    Βελούχι-Καρπενήσι

    F: River on the way to Voutiro village

    Par Christos Tsekas, A 5.2 km

    River on the way to Voutiro village

    H: Γαύρος-Ευρυτανία

    Par Christos Tsekas, A 9.7 km

    Γαύρος-Ευρυτανία

    J: view from a cliff-karpenisi

    Par Christos Tsekas, A 16.0 km

    view from a cliff-karpenisi

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    Text by Steve Smith.

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