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Pedestrian Bridge Alkazar Larissa Greece
Greece

This Bridge was completed in the mid 2009 and on it thousands of people walk in order to reach the Larissa Stadium or the Kipotheatro Theatre of Larissa and the Alkazar Park of Larissa.

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Uploaded: 29/09/2009
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Tags: larissa; larisa; greece; thessaly; central; ancient; theatre; theater; alkazar; kipotheatro; kupotheatro; thessalia; sintrivani; fountain; stairs; monument; pedestrian; pezos; pezogefira; pezogefyra
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