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Vikos Canyon Oksia
Greece

Oksia Site is one of the best places to gaze at the Vikos Canyon's glory. Located not far from Monodendri you have to walk an extra 15 minutes from the end of the road in order to reach it.

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Tags: oksia; ipiros; greece; monodendri; vikos; canyon; zagoria; zagoroxoria; zagorohoria
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