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Bench Talk Alkazar Larissa Greece
Greece

After a morning rain the air could not be cleaner. Talking with the elderly ones on a Sunday morning in the park is sometimes more than educational.

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Tags: larissa; larisa; greece; thessaly; central; ancient; theatre; theater; alkazar; kipotheatro; kupotheatro; thessalia; sintrivani; fountain; stairs; monument
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