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043 Serifos Sunset Ano Chora Village Agios Konstantinos Church Ruins Of An Old Medieval Castle
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044 Serifos Sunset Ano Chora Village Agios Konstantinos Church The Church Is Built On A Venetian Castle
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042 Serifos Sunset Ano Chora Village Agios Konstantinos Church The Church Was Constructed Inside A Medieval Castle Built By The Venetian Micceli Family In 1453
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