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Monastery Holly Mother of Paramithias
Greece

This is the beautiful church monastery of the Holly Mother of Paramithias, just after Afandou village and before Archangelos. It is posted upon a small hill and has a fantastic vue !!  no need of air conditioned there.

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Papagrigoriou Athanasios Soulis
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