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Mountain Olympos Greece - the way to Spilios Agapitos refuge
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A beautiful summer afternoon we decided to climb the peaks of Olympus. The way, especially the midday summer hours, seems difficult but the scenery in the forest and spectacular beauty gave us strength to reach the first refuge Spilios Agapitos.

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