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St Paraschevi C Apr 28 2008
Greece

On April 28 2008 I had the chance to take a one day trip to Meteora, where several medieval monasteries are placed on top of some incredible rocks


on the way back we found another inspiring Orthodox worship place where a saint - Paraschevi was burried and performed some miracles - the word goes that the water springs has healing powers

I didn't like the commercial stuff

I need help - please let me know where this place is so I may correct its placement on the map

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