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This is our way back home from Kalarites to Anilio. When we reached the highest point of the mountain we just met a breathtaking view. I have never seen such a wonderful place with unique beauty in Greece. It seemed we were in Highlands. We continue our way to Anilio and a heavy summer rainstorm was waiting a few kilometers away.

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