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Greek Folklor Dancing Group of Egion - XI. Rose Festival
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The DANCING GROUP OF AEGIO was founded ίn 1978 and today is one of the biggest, ίn number of dancers, Cultural Associations of Greece, which deal with the teaching, presentation and distribution of Greek traditional dances. It has given hundreds performances at the region of Aigialia, at the communities of Achaia but also at a lot of cities of Greece and at foreign countries.

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