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Kouroupa (Greek: Κουρούπα) is a mountain in western Crete. Its summit is 984 metres above sea level. To the east of the mountain lies Kourtaliotiko Gorge. On the southern side of the mountain are the villages of Asomatos and Mirthios.

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Tags: crete; plakias; koxare; asomatos; mirthios; damnoni; mariou; mediterranean; greece; lefkogeia; frati; spili; preveli
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