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Skotino Village Pedestrian Alley - Gouves
Greece

Skotino village is a small village with a long tradition. The remarkable part of the area that has history and culture yet is the Cave of Agia Paraskevi dark. Near the village dark and at an altitude of 220 meters. the cave of Agia Paraskevi. As the Labyrinth of Gortyn, so the Dark, was associated with the Minoan Labyrinth.

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