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Falakro Drama
Greece

Falkro Drama, English Bald mountain is a mountain in the eastern Greek Macedonia, in northern Greece. The highest peak in a group named Profitis Ilias has elevation of 2232 meter. Mountain and it ski resort is popular winter destination for skiers from Thessaloniki.

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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
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