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A full moon over the Palamidi

The Palamidi is located in Nafplio Greece, built by the Venetians in the 18th century only to the taken by the Turks shortly before the Greek war of independence. Every full moon in august is celebrated in the town and all museums including the fort is free for everyone to appreciate it. The full moon is the natural light that paved our way to independence after 400 years of ottoman rule.

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Date Taken: 08.2021
Date Uploaded: 11.2023
Photo Location: Nafplio, Greece
Copyright: © Sophia Manolis