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The Waterfalls at Dimosari
Greece

The Waterfalls of Dimosari are near Nidri at the Lefkada island. In the summer the waterfall is small but many tourists come to get a swim in the cold water.

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Tags: lefkada; greek islands; islands; waterfall; nidri; dimosari; water; summer
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