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Under Stefani peak - throne of Zeus - Mt. Olympus - Greece
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7 o’clock in the morning, way back home from the top of Olympus Mountain to Sp. Agapitos Refugee. Clouds run with enormous speed and the view is breathtaking. The point i stand is the Zonaria, under the throne Of Zeus Mt. Olympus Greece

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