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Platamon Castle Morning View
Greece

The castle of Platamon is a fortress-town of the middle Byzantine period (10th century A.D.). It lies at the south-east foot of mount Olympos, at a strategic position which controls the route leading from Macedonia to Thessaly and South Greece. (from gtp.gr)

Copyright: Vasilis Triantafyllou
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Caricate: 31/10/2009
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