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La Gran Athina: Templo de Apolo en la isla de Egina
Greece

A 360º take from the series "The Great Athina - October 2010" captured at the archaeological site of Kolona at the beautiful island of Aegina and that shows the only standing column of the remains of the Temple of Apollo.

Copyright: Antonio Victor Garcia Serrano
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送信日: 28/04/2011
更新日: 03/10/2014
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Tags: athens; aegina; greece; greek; island; archaeological; temple; apollo; zeus
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