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Pyrgo City and the church of Saint Kiriaki

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The church of Saint Kiriaki with its amazing colour dark red, rare in Greece neogotthika arches of windows and belltowers located near the centre of Pyrgo. Since 1982 the temple has been characterized as master work of art and because of this it has a "special state protection"

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A: Pyrgo City

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E: Port of Katakolo

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I: Agios Athanasios Square

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