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Agios Konstantinos Kai Eleni Small Church Platamon
Greece

One of the more picturesque churches in Platamon is that of St. Constantine & St. Heleni, situated to the North-West of the Platamon resort and offers a magnificent panoramic view of the the castle and the whole bay area. One can also see mt. Olympus.

Copyright: Vasilis Triantafyllou
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Tags: greece; platamon; platamonas; pieria; larisa; paralia; beach; katerini; church; konstantinos; eleni
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