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Piraeus

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Piraeus is city of Greece (Attiki). The population of Piraeus: 172,429 people. Geographic coordinates of Piraeus: 37.94745 x 23.63708.

Country Greece
International title Piraeus
Population 172,429 people
Timezone Europe/Athens
State Attiki
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 37.94745 x Longitude: 23.63708

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Sightseeing in Piraeus
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Visiting Piraeus
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Sights of Piraeus
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Famous places of Piraeus
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Spending Time in Piraeus
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Places to visit in Piraeus
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Nowadays of Piraeus
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Places to visit in Piraeus

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The Simmental
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Simmental Introduction Simmental is a valley in the alpine area of the Bernese Oberland, in the country of Switzerland. It stretches from Lenk to Boltigen, in a basically south-north direction, and from there on to the exit of the valley at Wimmis ...

St Gotthard Pass
Country: Switzerland

St. Gotthard Pass Overview The St. Gotthard Pass, sometimes called the Gotthard Pass, is a very tall mountain pass in the country of Switzerland, between Goschenen in the Uri Canton and Airolo in the Ticino Canton, and it connects the Italian-spea ...

Seckau
Country: Austria

The small town of Seckau, established in the 13th century, has some interesting houses and the late-Gothic chapel of St Lucia in the town square. But the main claim to fame lies with Seckau Abbey, originally Augustinian and taken over by the Benedi ...

Radstadt
Country: Austria

The small town of Radstadt grew up around a 13thcentury fortress on the banks of the Enns river. Its wealth hailed from its propitious location on the road to Venice, and its monopoly position in the wine trade. Radstadt also had a licence to stock ...

Schwaz
Country: Austria

During the 16th century, this busy commercial town in the Inn river valley was the second largest in the Tyrol. Schwaz suffered extensive damage during the battle of 1809, but it has preserved some lovely historic sights. The most impressive of the ...

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